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Capital Of Marigot

French Capital - Marigot  Originally a fishing village on a swamp for which it was named, Marigot was made capital during the reign of King Louis XVI of France, who built Fort St. Louis on a hill near Marigot Bay.  Marigot is an appealing spot with brightly colored houses, a scattering of restaurants and lively produce and crafts markets. Kept temperate by trade winds, Marigot stays

Mullet Bay Beach

Mullet Bay Beach Mullet Bay Beach is located on the west coast on the St Maarten side of the island, it is shady with palm trees, warm and clear water and white sand.  You can also snorkel at the rocks on both sides of the bay. It's not the very best location on the island to see the underwater world, but Mullet Bay is


The Lolos  The word lolos refers to local, In Grand Case - Saint Martin, these Local traditional restaurants are all just about thirty square meters. You will find typical restaurants where you can taste the flavours of St. Martin's local cuisine. If you want to have a local experience and enjoy a delicious meal such as barbecued ribs, grilled chicken, rice and peas,

Walter Plants Square

Walter Plants Square The Walter Plantz Square is located in Philipsburg, Sint Maarten, in one line with the pier and right-angled with the Boardwalk. The Square forms a connection between the Boardwalk and Front Street. The design not only consists the public space and the buildings but also the interior of the units. This total design gives the Walter Plantz Square its

Tintamarre Island

Tintamarre Island Its name comes from the Spanish “tinta mar” meaning color of the sea. With its' ocher-colored cliffs, turquoise lagoon, and golden sand, this two-beach island is a wild paradise. Since it’s within the Nature Reserve, it’s forbidden to take cuttings. Located 2 miles to the northeast of St. Martin, Tintamarre Island is a magnificent natural haven of peace. It can

Pinel Island

Pinel Island Pinel Island is a small slice of paradise on the east coast of St. Martin, facing Cul-de-Sac Bay. There are shuttle boats running every 30 minutes to and from the island. Pinel is one of St. Martin’s most beautiful landscapes, with its sheltered sandy spit and shallow, calm waters that are ideal for wading in with a cocktail or

Bird Park

Parrot Sanctuary- Bird Park Sint Maarten’s Bird Park is one of those secret gems tucked away in the island’s interior. The Park has many vibrant colored species of Parrots and Birds. As you enter you will be given a feeding cup with bird food. You will be guided by an employees, they are very knowledgable on the Parrots and Birds in the sanctuary,

Loterie Farm

Loterie Farm Nature/ Adventure Reserve & Sanctuary Loterie Farm is probably the only example on St. Martin of a private nature reserve. At Loterie Farm, we’ve made it our business to protect all 54 hectares of this beautiful countryside set deep in the interior of the island.    Flyzone & Flyzone Extreme “The clearest way into the universe is through a forest wilderness.” OK so you are

Rain Forest Adventures

Rainforest Adventures creates unique and memorable experiences that inspire a sustainable use of the environment and an appreciation of the local culture while positively impacting our communities. Rockland Estate is an eco–adventure park that preserves native eco-systems while ensuring the sustainability of the estate’s physical and intangible attributes. We recognize the ecological, cultural and historical value of the site and see our development