With around 9000 inhabitants called marinois (es) Le Marin is the administrative capital of the south, and one of the three sub-prefectures of the island since 1974. A commercial city services, a health center, social, a cultural city, sporty but also environmentally friendly and forward nature.
Its Tourist Office classified as Category I June 14, 2013 and certified NF Service (AFNOR) reflects its commitment to quality service. Tourist Town classified February 14, 2012, the city also has many historic and heritage assets such as the seventeenth-century church, one of the oldest of Martinique and richness of flora and fauna (nursery "south botany", dull aca, Macabou) that offers an alternative to the followers of the profound nature.
Le Marin asserts itself in the area of boating and yachting, which earned him to be classified Nautical Station in 1998 (there are two stars since December 7, 2013).
The city attracts an international clientele thanks to the quality of equipment of the marina recognized as the largest in the Caribbean. A capacity of 750 berths and 100 mooring buoys for pleasure boaters and lovers of the sea and a "Blue Flag" label obtained since 2006 (renewed every year since) which gives it a position Port environmentally.
Building on its strengths, the city of Marin and all its partners are heading to further enhance the development of the territory by joining the project Odysséa European label (labeling the town of Marin as "port city, Heritage Lighthouse Caribbean").