It is the third most visited site on Martinique, then a visit not to be missed. All the ruins and grounds are protected as historical monuments since 1992.
A mysterious place
The "Castle" as it is called, could be a simple house similar to many other sugar factories of the eighteenth century; but, given the importance of the buildings, and the role of the family in whose name it is attached, this home is halo of mystery and becomes an interesting example for the study of the history of Martinique in the eighteenth century.
The situation, the importance and Dubuc castle activities make a home in a dark past ... he appears large sugar plantation eighteenth century there are some suspected smuggling acts, trafficking in goods and slaves.
Some obvious clues make illegal practices that have taken place: oversized warehouses over the candy, boxes, slave dungeons ...
A micro-museum allows to know more about the history of the house and its occupants.
Every day guided tour on request
Visiting hours: 9:00 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.
Prices: Children: 2 € - Adults: € 4
Tel. : 0596 58 09 00 / Regional Park: 0596 64 42 59