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Welcome to Sint Maarten

Imagine waking up to the beautiful sunrise, enjoying your breakfast on the terrace of your Sint Maarten home, and getting ready to go out and enjoy all that our island has to offer.

Welcome to St Maarten, also known as the crossroads of the Caribbean, our tiny island is located at the northern end of the Lesser Antilles, and has the smallest land mass in the world. Known as a near perfect vacation spot, the French and Dutch have been living side by side here for hundreds of years, with no borders or customs between them. The French side has quite a continental flair, with fashionable shopping, and the Dutch side, is less expensive with more nightlife.

St Maarten is home to residents from over 90 different countries and in recent years it has become a bustling economic center of the Northeastern Caribbean, which continues to grow rapidly. Just three hours from New York, and two hours, forty-five minutes from Miami, St Maarten is within easy reach for a quick getaway whenever you want.


Sint Maarten, a rich cultural history.

550 BC. The Island was home of the Arawak Indians a peaceful tribe that lived from agriculture and pottery.

1493 The island was listed by Spain in their list of territories and named after the saint's feast day-Saint Martin of Tours.

1631 The Dutch set up camps to take control of the island; the first one was Fort Amsterdam. 

1638 Spain attacked the Dutch settlements for a ten year battle.

1648 Spain left the island and the Dutch gained control. Treaty of Concordia was signed and the island was separated into two distinct countries. One side Sint Martin by the French and the other side St Maarten by the Dutch.

1815 Borders between Dutch and French territories changed more than sixteen times, until a final arrangement was achieved.

1848 The cultivation of sugar cane, tobacco, coffee and cotton came along with slavery. Everything changed in 1848 when French abolished slavery, and the Dutch followed 15 years later.

1939 During World War II the US Army built the international airport that further on became available for commercial airplanes. 

1950's The Dutch developed tourism industry followed by the French in 1970's and the Friendly Island welcomes tourist from all over the world.

Culture, Lifestyle, Fun

We've got it all, join us won't you?

Small but mighty, our beautiful island has everything you could ever want, with our amazing variety of landscape, lagoons, beaches and private coves, it’s almost impossible to imagine without visiting.

The sailing is excellent, as is our –

  • World Class Diving
  • Hiking
  • Fishing
  • Climbing

 See and do it all, for here there are no limits!

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