St-Martin is located in The Caribbean Sea, 20 kilometers from St-Barths. You will be caried by its turquoise sea and its sandy beaches, and you will enjoy an unforgettable journey with your family, your friends or your beloved one’s.
In St-Martin, you can enjoy the beach, or beautiful hikes, and party. You are sure to find your happiness.

The particularity of this Caribbean jewel is to be French and Dutch at the same time. Indeed, an invisible land border divides the island in two parts for a beautiful cosmopolitan cohabitation, which is called : Friendly Island.


- The Friendly Island -
Discover on the north side of the island the French part and its capital, Marigot where you can stroll on the market which the smells of the island spices and beautiful island breeze. Spend a day with your family in the magnificent Loterie Farm nature reserve nestled in the hills of Pic Paradis. Hiking, swimming in the ocean or even tree climbing, many family activities awaits you.

On the south side of the island, you will discover the Dutch part which its capital is Phillipsburg. The opportunity for you to shop in town and then be able to discover delicious Creole culinary specialties in the bars and restaurants overlooking the beach.
■ Mullet Bay
Mullet beach is located on the Dutch side, on the border with the French part of the island, not far from the Lowlands.

This white sand beach with turquoise waters will offer you an idyllic setting for swimming with family or friends. You can also rent sunbed and umbrellas directly on site from the beach bar.

This beach should be favored during the week, as it is often taken over by locals at weekends.
■ Plum Bay
Plum Bay beach is in Lowlands, just after Long Bay beach.

This intimate beach, unknown to tourists, offers a privileged place to swim and admire the seabed. During the laying period, you may even be lucky enough to spot sea turtles on the beach.
■ Red Bay
Red Bay, so called thanks to the light coloring of its sand. This beach offers you a magnificent spot to practice snorkeling and at the same time reach the small cove adjacent to it, accessible only by the sea.

For the more courageous, it will even be possible to swim to the cove that looks like a natural swimming pool, better known as the ”Trou de David". It is an old collapsed cave where natural erosion has built two arches through which the swell rushes.

This beach is easily accessible at the entrance to Lowlands, it has a parking lot.
■ Friar's Bay
Friar's Bay beach is located in the northwestern part of the island, it is a very pretty family beach formed by a magnificent cove and well protected from the swell.

Two beach restaurants have made it famous, Friar's Bay Beach Café and Kali's Beach Bar, which offer quality Creole cuisine.
■ Happy Bay
Happy Bay beach has retained its wild side and authenticity. No restaurants or Beach club on this beach, preserved from all habitation.

This beach, located at the entrance to Grand- Case, is only accessible on foot, after a short walk

of about ten minutes. It is also here that the SXM Festival, a renowned electronic music festival takes place once a year.
■ Grand Case
The lively Grand Case beach offers a multitude of Beach-club restaurants, where you can enjoy a delicious cocktail lying comfortably on a sunbed, to the rhythm of the music.

You will also appreciate Grand Case for its gastronomy, because this small village references many French gourmet restaurants as well as traditional local restaurants, more commonly called: the Lolos.
■ Marcel Bay
Anse Marcel beach is nestled in the most discreet cove of the island of Saint Martin. Bordered by its white sand beach, this idyllic place houses a magnificent restaurant and beach bar, offering you the possibility of savoring excellent fish cooked by them, directly from your sunbed.

For the more athletic, between Anse Marcel and the beach of Grandes Cayes, via the deserted beach of Petites Cayes, a 4.5-kilometer route of the Froussards trail, the last intact coastal forest in the region, takes two and a half hours. The island will offer you an exceptional panorama.
■ Grand Case
Nicknamed "The Saint-Tropez of the Caribbean", Orient Bay is one of the busiest beaches on the island. If you like water sports, this beach is a must see on the island.

The restaurants are also numerous and varied within the village of Orient Bay, as for the beach it offers multiple choices of Beach-clubs: gastronomic, family, night, ...

OFFICE SAINT MARTIN : Les Marines II , 4 Bât Poséidon - Baie Nettlé, 97150 St Martin

OFFICE SAINT BARTHELEMY : Gustavia, La pointe 14 rue St Thomas - Gustavia, 97133, Saint-Barthélemy

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