The island of Saint Martin is an ideal destination for lovers and families, sportsmen and women, and especially sailing lovers.

Located at equal distance from Guadeloupe and Puerto Rico, Saint Martin will allow you to discover a different Creole culture on each side. Indeed, the paradisiac island, also called "Friendly Island", has the particularity to be divided in two: a French half (Saint Martin) and a Dutch half (Saint Maarten). 

This historical contrast linked to two island colonies on the same island is reinforced by the diversity of natural spaces and cultural sites. Cities with luxury hotels and marinas such as Simpson Bay or Orient Bay are surrounded by lush rainforests. Historic sites such as Fort Louis alternate with places where nature has been preserved.

The sandy beaches contrast with the Pic Paradis, the highest point of the island where you can have a panoramic view of the coasts of Saint Martin and neighbouring islands such as Pinel Islet or Tintamarre Island. Rent a motorboat, a catamaran or a monohull in Saint Martin to enjoy these little corners of paradise and the many diving spots!

The coastline of Saint Martin alternates between numerous bays lined with white sandy beaches and steep cliffs up to forty meters high......

The island of Saint Martin is an ideal destination for lovers and families, sportsmen and women, and especially sailing lovers.

Located at equal distance from Guadeloupe and Puerto Rico, Saint Martin will allow you to discover a different Creole culture on each side. Indeed, the paradisiac island, also called "Friendly Island", has the particularity to be divided in two: a French half (Saint Martin) and a Dutch half (Saint Maarten). 

This historical contrast linked to two island colonies on the same island is reinforced by the diversity of natural spaces and cultural sites. Cities with luxury hotels and marinas such as Simpson Bay or Orient Bay are surrounded by lush rainforests. Historic sites such as Fort Louis alternate with places where nature has been preserved.

The sandy beaches contrast with the Pic Paradis, the highest point of the island where you can have a panoramic view of the coasts of Saint Martin and neighbouring islands such as Pinel Islet or Tintamarre Island. Rent a motorboat, a catamaran or a monohull in Saint Martin to enjoy these little corners of paradise and the many diving spots!

The coastline of Saint Martin alternates between numerous bays lined with white sandy beaches and steep cliffs up to forty meters high. On the east coast, uninhabited islets are surrounded by small coral reefs and lagoons whose sandy bottoms are colonized by vast seagrass beds. 

While in St. Barth, mangroves are reduced to narrow strips, in St. Martin, they largely border the shores of the coastal lagoons (including Simpson lagoon) and a few bays (Anse Margot, Oyster Pond). This great diversity favours the presence of exceptional fauna and flora which are preserved within a nature reserve. 

You can explore this authentic nature aboard your rental boat or visit the island through hiking and cycling trails. Snorkel and dive to admire the magnificent coral reef accessible from all around the island. Explore the caves or indulge in water sports on the turquoise waters. 

In the French part of the island of Saint-Martin, go to Anse-Marcel bay to the north, which will delight you with its idyllic setting and numerous bars and restaurants overlooking the beautiful beach. Lulled by the sound of the waves, the warm welcome and the refined cuisine make this place a paradise for sight and taste.  

Here, everything has been imagined to make your life easier and let you enjoy the Creole life. Don't forget to visit the main cities such as Marigot, the French capital of Saint Martin, and Philipsburg, the Dutch capital. You will be able to take advantage of the many duty free shops.

At the market, immerse yourself fully in the local culture and sample local vegetables, fresh fruit juices and other culinary specialities. Discover the hospitality of the locals.

Saint Martin is the Caribbean island most famous for its festive atmosphere. Enjoy the rhythm of Caribbean music such as calypso, zouk, merengue, soca. There is something for everyone as the best DJs in the world come to perform in nightclubs to enjoy the night until dawn. Visitors come from all over the world to party here!

Situated in the north of the West Indies, Saint Martin is the ideal starting point to rent a boat. Discover nearby islands such as Angilla, famous for its protected coral massif, and the exceptional Saint Barthélémy. This small Caribbean Saint Tropez is known for the famous bay of Gustavia. For those who love the volcanic side of the islands, head towards Saint Kitts and its large plantations.

The best time to rent a boat in Saint Martin and sail the Caribbean Sea is during the dry season. This is the period between December and April: temperatures are mild and nights are cooler. So come and enjoy the many activities available.

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