Set in the foothills of Mont Pelee, this rum distillery is known as the only one on the island built on a volcano.
The history of the distillery is that the entire family living here died in the volcanic eruption of 1902 and Victor Depaz took over creating the popular brand that is known and loved on the island today. Guests are welcome to tour the property with and without a guide, which is especially fulfilling between February and June when the cane cutting machines are in operation.
St. Pierre is a good option for those wishing to visit Depaz Distillery, because travelers to this area of Martinique will be pleased to have convenient access to the museum for the duration of their trip. The area around the museum remains relatively quiet, perhaps because there are so few hotels in the vicinity.
The neighborhood near the museum isn't precisely known for its array of dining options, but vacationers willing to explore might discover a place where they can share dinner. The most frequented nearby eatery is, which offers Creole meals.
The opening and closing hours for Depaz Distillery are not readily available, meaning your best option is calling beforehand to make sure the building is going to be operating when you and your group have decided to make an appearance.
Show up at this destination ready to give over the cost of admission, which you can nail down by phoning in advance.
Phone Number: (059) 678-1314
FAX: (059) 678-3028
Location: St. Pierre , Martinique
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