Thursday, June 24, 2010

Martinique Whitsundays

Martinique Whitsunday offers spectacular sea and island views over the sparkling turquoise waters of the Coral Sea to the Whitsundays Islands.

Classical French Caribbean architecture has inspired the design of these exquisitely styled 1, 2 and 3 bedroom apartments.

Martinique is centrally located, overlooking the relaxed picturesque cosmopolitan village of Airlie Beach, the focal point of tourism on the Whitsunday Coast.

Marinas, restaurants, entertainment and shops are right at your finger tips ...
The Whitsunday Island group is one of nature's remarkable gifts. They also lie next to one of the world's greatest wonders, the Great Barrier Reef. The crystal clear emerald waters of the Whitsundays remain a constant 20 - 25 degrees C throughout the year. Perfect for snorkeling, scuba diving, sailing, fishing, parasailing, sea kayaking or just lying by the pool enjoying a book.

While the 74 islands of the Whitsundays are essentially drowned mountains with peaks rising clear of the sea, many have fringing reef systems with beautiful corals. The natural barrier created by the Great Barrier Reef creates beautiful calm waters providing one of the best boating destinations in the world. Needless to say the fishing in the Whitsundays is nothing short of spectacular with Coral Trout, Red Emperor, Sweetlip and Spanish Mackerel in good supply. A variety of vessels will take you to nearby fishing grounds or to the Reef for the big game fish.

The environment in the Whitsundays and neighbouring rainforest is truly magnificent. There are tours that take you right inside the forest or take bushwalking trips into Conway National Park.The Whitsunday Wildlife park is recognised as one of the best in the country. Have a look at the crocodile feeding, walk with kangaroos, or have a snake draped across your shoulders.

With all these activities at your fingertips, your vacation in the Whitsundays will be unforgettable. Couple this with
Martinique Whitsunday Resort and you have yourself an exceptional holiday.


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