Every single spot in the Caribbean posesses its own magical charm. When in St. Maarten, visitors have a great opportunity to add a bit more of the Caribbean taste to their vacation by visiting some of the beautiful neighboring islands surrounding St. Maarten /St. Martin.
Saba and its spectacular natural adventurous scenarios; Anguilla with its endless coast, white-sandy beaches and its world-famous Shoal Bay; St. Eustatius with lots of history to tell and national parks ecotourism lovers; and last but not least, the “Pearl of the Caribbean” and top favorite of jetsetters: French St. Barths, with astonishing coast-mountain natural panoramas, several gourmet restaurant options and stylish french boutiques.
Make sure to take a day trip off the island and get to meet St. Maarten’s exotic tropical sisters.
Pinel Island is a little inhabited paradise, just a short boat ride from French Cul-De-Sac. It is located in the heart of the Marine Park of St. Maarten.
Anguilla is a long and narrow island just a 30 minute ferry ride away from St. Maarten. Anguilla is a British island and has 33 white sandy beaches. Anguilla is a flat island and it can be seen as a tropical escape as the island is often more quiet and calmer than St. Maarten.
Saba, often referred as ‘the unspoiled Queen of the Caribbean’, is a rocky and volcanic island with lots of beautiful nature to discover. The island of Saba is now a special municipality within the kingdom of the Netherlands.
St. Barths, or Saint Barth Barthélemy, is an overseas collectivity of France. St. Barth’s is welcoming many celebrities around the year and it is often known as an island for the rich and famous.