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With 37 stretches of sand to explore, all sun-worshippers wanting the ideal beach holiday have hit the jackpot with the destination of St. Maarten. Island luxury will be redefined as soon as you get to the other side of departures, and with miles of towering palm trees and gorgeous vegetation to adventure through, you’re certainly in for a treat with this choice.
A wide range of activities are on hand, catering for all travellers. Watersports are in abundance, with canoeing, kayaking and jet-skiing all popular options. If diving is high on your holiday ‘To Do’ list then you’re in luck – there’s plenty of known spots to explore beneath the crystal-clear waves. Marine animals and wildlife can also be admired either up close and personal underwater, or in the many zoos and aquariums that are dotted throughout the area.
For a pitstop when feeling peckish, the island’s family-run restaurants are perfect. Expect to see plenty of French delights, along with seafood delicacies that showcase the glorious gastronomy of St. Maarten. Creole eateries can also be found in abundance, as well as Italian fare should you fancy a little something you’re used to. Fresh produce is used throughout, so for authentic tastes accompanied by an extensive wine list and magical views of the ocean, you can’t go wrong here.
After all this exploring and eating, it’s time to hit the hay. Five-star hotels in the area offer fantastic facilities to aid optimum rest and relaxation. No, doubt you’ll be needing some when you’ve finished a round of golf at Mullet Bay Golf Club or you’ve won a few coins at Casino Royale, both in Maho. With spas, swimming pools and fitness centres all coming as standard, you have the ideal base to discover this island’s true beauty.
If you’re a budding photographer, or simply love aeroplanes, you’ll adore Princess Juliana International Airport. The holiday begins as soon as you touch down, as magnificent crafts can be found in close proximity thanks to the short runway that, despite its size, manages to cater to large airlines.
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Good to know

  • Time difference: UTC -4
  • Currency: ANG
  • Flying time to destination:
    11-hours from London with a layover in Antigua
  • Nearest Airport: Queen Juliana International Airport

Best Time To Travel

Average Temperatures
Jan: 28°c   Feb: 28°c   Mar: 29°c  
Apr: 29°c   May: 30°c   Jun: 30°c  
Jul: 31°c   Aug: 31°c   Sep: 31°c  
Oct: 31°c   Nov: 29°c   Dec: 28°c  


St. Maarten in a Nutshell

Life’s A Beach
  • The most popular beach in the area is easily Maho Beach. Found in the city of the same name, you’re also close to Casino Royale and an amazing golf course. A wonderful place for families and groups wanting to unwind in the sun, pitch up, grab a cocktail and enjoy the calming scenery. It’s what holidays in St. Maarten’s are all about.
  • Orient Bay Beach is another great option. With loungers, soft sands and crystal-clear waters as far as the eye can see, this is the definition of idyllic. A wide range of water sports can also be done here, so if you fancy jet-skiing, snorkelling or scuba diving, this is an absolute must.
Tastes To Try
  • Serving phenomenal French gourmet cuisine, Bistrot Caraibes is a true destination for fine dining. Take a seat in the luxurious restaurant, and order from an extensive menu. Lobster, stuffed chicken breast and grilled rack of lamb are all top picks, so if you’re celebrating something special or fancy a date night, this is sure to be a hit.
  • For amazing seafood that really packs a punch, La Villa Restaurant is perfect. Found in Grand Case, expect to be close to all the action as you stop off for an amazing lunch before heading off to see the sights. Greeted by the aromatic scents of dishes such as oysters, red snapper and sea bass fillet, we expect your taste buds will be well and truly tantalised here.
Soak Up The Culture
  • Found at the highest point of the country, Loterie Farm is a must for travellers wanting plenty of thrills during their stay in St. Maarten. Home to the Fly Zone Xtreme, expect to be jetting through lush greenery that this Caribbean delight boasts. Please note that you have to be at least 18 years of age to ride the zipwire.
  • For amazing scenery and rich history, Fort Louis is a popular day out housing an art gallery, market and a plethora of watersports to enjoy. This ancient site can be found above Marigot, and is a top attraction for all culture vultures.
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