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St Maarten Attractions

Maho & Mullet Bay

5 star rating: Highly Recommended 31 Ratings | Tours & Tickets

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 tourists gawping as 747s approach the runway ...  Read more

Simpson Bay

5 star rating: Highly Recommended 29 Ratings | Tours & Tickets

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 and gently waving palms. While it backs ...  Read more

Grand Case

5 star rating: Highly Recommended 18 Ratings | Tours & Tickets

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 stunning views of neighboring Anguilla and ...  Read more

Anguilla & Prickly Pear Cay

5 star rating: Highly Recommended 89 Ratings | Tours & Tickets

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

Marigot Market

5 star rating: Highly Recommended 1 Rating

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 Friday mornings when the market sets up ...  Read more

St. Maarten Cruise Port

4.5 star rating: Recommended 129 Ratings | Tours & Tickets

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. It is rapidly developing and becoming a ...  Read more


4 star rating: Recommended 13 Ratings | Tours & Tickets

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 sanctuary for plant and animal life. ...  Read more

Fort St Louis

4 star rating: Recommended 1 Rating

Fort St. Louis is St Maarten’s foremost historical attraction. The installation stands guard on a steep hill overlooking Marigot, the “capital” of French Saint Martin, looking over its wide bay. ...  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 as you travel along winding roads. And ...  Read more

Oyster Pond

While numerous Caribbean islands are still controlled by distant European powers, St Maarten or Saint Martin is the only one split between two, the smallest territory in the world to be so ...  Read more

Pic Paradis (Peak Paradise)

While nothing’s far from anything else on modestly-sized Saint Maarten, the island’s highest point, Pic Paradis, is in a surprisingly inaccessible spot in the mountainous interior. However it’s ...  Read more

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