French Antilles

Just like they sound, the French Antilles exude a French influence when it comes to culture, food, and lifestyle. They spread across 350 miles between the Caribbean Sea and the Atlantic Ocean, and include two volcanically active islands. The French Antilles are made up of two regions: the larger island of Martinique, and Guadeloupe, which comprises the six islands of Les Saintes, La Desirade, Marie-Galante, Saint-Barthelemy, and St. Martin. While tourism is a primary mainstay of the French Antilles economy, the islands are still known as some of the most peaceful and authentic islands in the entire Caribbean region.

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