The tiny French-Dutch island of Saint-Martin covering just 88km², has beautiful panoramas with colourful sceneries dominated by flaming bright red, orange and yellow flamboyant trees.
But apart from the beautiful panoramas and beaches, St. Martin also has fantastic scuba! Scuba diving the island of St. martin has a little something for everyone, including wrecks, canyons, lava tubes, healthy reefs and tons of marine life. Turtles, sharks and eagle rays are regular as are sea horses, nudibranchs and a wide variety of other small critters. And in the later winter you even have the odd chance of encountering dolphins or Humpback Whales while scuba diving!!
Blue Bay Beach www.hotelbluebaybeach.com
Oasis Creole www.oasiscreole.com
Les Balcons www.lesbalcons.com
Love Residence www.love-sxm.com
Couleur Cafe www.couleurcafe-sxm.com
Anse Marcel Resort www.ansemarcelbeach.com
Villa Rainbow www.villarainbow.fr
Studio Villa d'O www.villa-do.com
Les Cottages de Lonvilliers www.cottagesdelonvilliers.net
Oasis Creole Private Lodge www.oasiscreole.com
Bubble Shop SXM
St. Maarten is a year-round tropical destination. The island experiences warm and dry temperatures year-round. The summer sees fewer visitors and is the cheapest time to visit. Much of the spring and fall provides a mix of pleasant weather, fewer crowds and lower prices.
Getting to the French part of the island of St. Martin is not difficult. The international airport is located on the Dutch side of the island. Most major airlines fly into the Princess Juliana International Airport (Airport Code SXM) www.sxmairport.com. Once arrived on the Dutch side of St. Martin getting to the French is absolutely hassle free. Take the bus, rent a car or get picked up. It's all possible.