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Le Galion

Le Galion (Galion Beach – Quartier d’Orléans) — The ultimate family beach, Galion Beach is a favorite spot for local families during island festivities.  Le Galion is a surfers’ and windsurfers’ paradise and is well sheltered and protected from the ocean swell by its coral reef. Here, you can also practice snorkeling, sea kayaking, stand […]

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Mullet Bay Golf Course

Mullet Bay Golf Course (Sint Maarten) – this golf course (the only one on the entire island of Saint Martin) is located near the largest hotel complexes on the (Dutch side of the) island.  On the edge of Mullet Bay beach, a clever golf course dodges in and out of the Caribbean coast and the […]

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Orient Bay

Orient Bay (beach) — Known as the “Saint Tropez of the Caribbean”, Orient Bay (Baie Orientale) beach, situated in the north-eastern part of the island, is one of the island’s largest and most popular beaches. The beach offers a full range of tourist amenities, including beach restaurants, hotels, shops and watersports. Orient Bay is a […]

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Maho Beach

Maho Beach (Sint Maarten) – located on the Dutch side of the island, Maho Beach is world-famous for its unique location right at the business end of the Princess Juliana Airport runway. Crowds gather simply to watch jumbo jets take off and land.  Don’t leave anything on the beach under the flight path as the […]

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Scuba Diving

Scuba Diving — along the coasts of Saint-Martin / Sint Maarten, over 55 sites are currently listed and visited daily by dive centers, which welcome every year a growing number of passionate lovers of the subsea.  From beginners to masters, all levels can find here welcoming structures to start discovering the island´s largest playground: its […]

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Ilet Pinel

Ilet Pinel (Pinel Island)(beach) — this small paradise island lies just off the east coast of Saint Martin, at the heart of the Nature Reserve. Legend has it that in his attempt to capture the island of Saba, the buccaneer Pinel was driven back by the island’s inhabitants who hurled great rocks down on the […]