St Maarten

St Maarten Attractions

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Grand Case

5 star rating: Highly Recommended 44 Reviews

Tiny Grand Case consists of little more than a couple of streets and a seafront, but it draws people from all over the island. From here you can get ...  Read more

Simpson Bay

5 star rating: Highly Recommended 49 Reviews

The expansive arc of Simpson Bay Beach, St Maarten’s longest, has everything you’d expect from a Caribbean beach: squeaky white sands, clear, lapping waters ...  Read more

Maho & Mullet Bay

4.5 star rating: Recommended 6 Reviews

Find Saint Martin’s main airport on a map and you've found Maho Beach. How close is it, you ask? Well, if you’ve ever seen a photo of sunbathing ...  Read more

St. Maarten Cruise Port

5 star rating: Highly Recommended 298 Reviews

St. Maarten, along with its neighbor St. Martin, occupies the smallest island in the world that is under the dominion of two countries, Holland and France. ...  Read more

Divi Little Bay Beach

5 star rating: Highly Recommended 2 Reviews

Little Bay Beach is a secluded hideaway just outside of Philipsburg. The beach itself sits just over the western peninsula of Great Bay, and it’s soft white ...  Read more

St Martin

4.5 star rating: Recommended 43 Reviews

The European feel of northern St Martin owes itself to French influence. Travelers to this scenic—if slightly less developed than its Dutch counterpart—region ...  Read more

Maho Beach

4.5 star rating: Recommended 4 Reviews

Maho Beach can't boast that it's one of the most peaceful beaches in the world, but it certainly has a unique claim to fame, particularly if you're an ...  Read more

Saba

4 star rating: Recommended 17 Reviews

The island of Saba is little more than a few wind-swept volcanic peaks rearing out of the Caribbean, but its diminutive size and isolation make it a ...  Read more

Marigot Market

St Maarten has no shortage of upscale shops jostling for the tourist dollar (or euro, or yen). But a more authentic experience awaits you on Wednesday and ...  Read more

Fort St Louis

Fort St. Louis is St Maarten’s foremost historical attraction. The installation stands guard on a steep hill overlooking Marigot, the “capital” of French ...  Read more

Anguilla

Low-lying Anguilla makes an interesting contrast to mountainous St Maarten. This British-controlled island is less developed than some of its neighbors, even ...  Read more

Anse Marcel

The northern, French portion of St Maarten is less developed than the south, and its verdant hillsides make for a fascinating, constantly changing landscape ...  Read more

Baie Rouge

One of the most famous but under-visited beaches in St Maarten, Baie Rouge (Red Beach) is picturesque with its signature red sand and rock formations.   ...  Read more

Butterfly Farm

Get an up close look at some of the world’s most beautiful and exotic butterflies at the Butterfly Farm on the east side of St. Martin. The farm has a ...  Read more

Cole Bay Hill

To enjoy incredible views and take panoramic photos of St. Maarten’s capital and coastline, head to Cole Bay Hill. You can drive up the hill to Harold Jack ...  Read more

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