St Martin Points of Interest and Places to Visit

St Martin

Fort St Louis

5 star rating: Highly Recommended 15 Reviews

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

Oyster Pond

5 star rating: Highly Recommended 6 Reviews

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 ...  Read more

Le Galion Beach

5 star rating: Highly Recommended 1 Review

While it might not be the flashiest—or even the largest—of St. Martin’s many beaches, Le Galion Beach is undoubtedly the island’s family-friendliest. Also ...  Read more

Pic Paradis (Peak Paradise)

5 star rating: Highly Recommended 1 Review

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 ...  Read more

Happy Bay Beach

Spend a day enjoying one of St. Martin’s best off-the-beaten track beaches. Happy Bay Beach is a small, secluded stretch of white sand on the island’s ...  Read more

Loterie Farm

On an island known for its beaches, Loterie Farm is a mountain retreat perched on the slopes of Pic Paradise—the tallest point on St Martin. With 150 acres of ...  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

Creole Rock

From Grand Case Bay you can enjoy easy access to one of the best snorkeling destinations on the island. Creole Rock is a small rocky outcropping just ...  Read more

Marigot

As the capitol of French St. Martin, Marigot offers a beautiful fusion of French and West Indian foods and culture, with a profusion of cafés, bakeries ...  Read more

Orient Bay Beach

One of the most developed, popular and beautiful beaches in all of St Maarten, this clothing-optional spot is a top attraction. At Orient Beach you’ll find ...  Read more

Pinel Island

Ocean lovers and outdoors adventurists love the little island of Pinel. Located just off of the St Maarten coast, Pinel Island is a safe haven of white sand ...  Read more

Tintamarre Island

The island of St Martin (on the southern end of which St Maarten sits) has had its fair share of land disputes, as you would expect from an island that is ...  Read more

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