St. Martin and St. Maarten

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  • 1. Mullet Bay Beach


    Many believe that this mile-long, powdery white-sand beach behind the Mullet Bay Golf Course is the island's best. You can rent umbrellas and...Read More

  • 2. Cupecoy Beach


    Near the Dutch-French border, this picturesque area of sandstone cliffs, white sand, and shoreline caves is a necklace of small beaches that...Read More

  • 3. Dawn Beach


    True to its name, this is the place to be at sunrise. On the Atlantic side of Oyster Pond, just south of the French border, it's a first-class...Read More

  • 4. Great Bay


    This bustling white-sand beach curves around Philipsburg just behind Front Street, making it easy to find. Here you'll find boutiques, eateries...Read More

  • 5. Little Bay


    Despite its popularity with snorkelers, divers, kayakers, and boating enthusiasts, Little Bay isn't usually crowded, perhaps due to its gravelly...Read More

  • 6. Simpson Bay Beach


    This secluded, half-moon stretch of white sand on the island's Caribbean side is a hidden gem. It's mostly surrounded by private residences...Read More

  • 7. St. Maarten Museum


    Hosting rotating cultural exhibits addressing the history, industry, geology, and archaeology of the island, the museum contains artifacts ranging...Read More

  • 8. St. Maarten Zoo


    This somewhat run-down little enclave houses scaly, furry, and feathered friends indigenous to the Caribbean and South America, including multihued...Read More

  • 9. The Carousel

    Amusement Ride

    After riding this beautiful restored Italian carousel, kids of all ages can enjoy dozens of flavors of homemade Italian gelato or French pastries...Read More

  • 10. Yoda Guy Movie Exhibit


    This odd-sounding exhibit is actually a nonprofit museum run by Nick Maley, a movie-industry artist who was involved in the creation of Yoda...Read More

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