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Anse des Pères

Anse des Pères (Friars Bay Beach) –– the very scenic Friars Bay Beach is a sheltered, family friendly beach in the northwest of the island. The beach is famous for its two well-known beach restaurants, Friars Bay Beach Café and Kali’s Beach Bar. By day, visitors relax by the calm waters of the Caribbean sea, […]

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Shipwreck Shop

Shipwreck Shop (42 Front Street, Philipsburg, Sint Maarten) – this retailer has 16 stores (under names like Lord & Hunter, Island Living and Boardwalk) all over the island that stock a little of everything: colorful hammocks, hand-crafted jewelry, and the local Guavaberry liqueur, but the “flagship” store on Front Street in Philipsburg has the largest […]

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Bikini Beach Bar & Grill

Bikini Beach Bar & Grill (Orient Bay, Saint Martin) — The menu features a full American breakfast, Tapas, tropical grilled shrimp salad, fresh seafood, black Angus steaks & paella Sundays. One can also order Tortilla Roll-ups & Pita Sandwiches to eat on the beach. The Fresh Squeeze, a new Fruit & Veggie Juice Bar with […]

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Axum Art Café and Gallery

Axum Art Café and Gallery (7 Front Street, Philipsburg, Sint Maarten) – this is a 1960s-style art café that offers local cultural activities, as well as live music on weekends (such as jazz on Saturdays).

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CAR

CAR — On St. Martin, French traffic laws are applied and driving is on the right side of the road. Drivers must hold a French or international driving licence, which covers them across the territory. St. Martin’s road system essentially comprises a ring road that skirts the island’s coastline and smaller roads linking the built-up […]

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Fort Amsterdam

Fort Amsterdam (Great Bay, Sint Maarten) — Fort Amsterdam was the first fort to be built by Dutch settlers in the Caribbean, in 1631. The Spaniards seized the fort two years later and chose to enlarge it and strengthen its defences in order to protect the sea route to the Greater Antilles and Puerto Rico […]