Free walk in a real bath of greenery, the visit of the House Clement contains a splendid route(course) of botanical discovery, done up to welcome the public.
Certified " remarkable Garden " since 2015 by the Ministry of Culture, the park, where spreads(displays) a rare collection of more than 300 tropical plants, benefits from a daily, environment-friendly interview(maintenance).
On the occasion of Meeting(Appointment) in gardens, the access to the site is free
Free visit, without registration(inscription)
About the venue
Named after the famous family that settled there for nearly a hundred years from 1887, the Habitation Clément is a vast agricultural estate of 160 hectares, nestled in the commune of François, south-east of Martinique. Dominated by a Creole house dating from the 18th century, this place – listed as a historic monument in 1996 – brings together in the heart of the sugar cane plantations a major heritage site, a recognized contemporary art center and a renowned rum house.