Trois Ilets Tourist Attractions
The small village of Trois Îlets is home to a small market with local crafts, museums, and the church where Empress Josephine was baptized. Visitors can easily spend a morning or afternoon exploring the streets and attractions.
Anse Mitan, Martinique
Anse Mitan is a popular seaside area due in large part to Page de l'Anse Mitan beach. The town offers a range of facilities for travelers and offers ferry service to Fort-de-France.
Maison de la Canne
Located at a former sugar refinery the Maison de la Canne in Trois Îlets displays old sugar cane equipment, photos, and an old locomotive used to transport the cane.
Musée de la Pagerie
The Musée de la Pagerie was the birthplace of Marie Joseph Rose Tascher de la Pagerie who would later become Napoleon's Empress Josephine. The home has been partially restored and contains some of Josephine's personal items.
Pointe Du Bout
Pointe Du Bout is the island's main resort area with some of the most popular beaches. A ferry service operates from the marina, taking visitors to and from Fort-de-France, located directly across the bay.
Just east of Trois Îlets is a pottery village known as Poterie-Briquetrie des Trois Îlets, with potters operating out of old brick buildings. Craftsmen use the methods of the Arawak and Carib Indians to make their pottery.
Anse-à-l'Ane is a popular seaside village with a beach area. The town has been developed for tourism and offers ferry service to Fort-de-France.
Parc des Floralies
Near La Pagerie at Trois Îlets is Parc des Floralies, a small garden with picnic sites, caged birds, and a small pond.