Destinations

Located in the Leeward islands of the Caribbean sea you will find St Maarten,Anguilla, and St Barth a quick boat ride from one another. Each island offers adifferent and unique experience. By sea, it is easy to explore each neighboringisland’s beautiful scenery, food and culture. Spend your day snorkeling the crystalclear waters of St Maarten, take a walk on the white sandy beaches of Anguilla andEnjoy your time on lavish beach bar in St Barth.

  • St Maarten/ St. Martin


    In the heart of the Caribbean waters, you will find the smallest island shared by two states; St Maarten/St Martin. One side Dutch and the other French, there is a beautiful mix of Caribbean culture and European life. The island is 35 km2 and has a local population of 80,000 inhabitants. With the proximity to Latin America and the United States, an international base of visitors come every year, making the island lively year round.

    St Maarten is the ideal place to visit on your Caribbean getaway. This special island holds 37 white sandy beaches, is a culinary heaven, and has an exciting nightlife, it is no wonder it has become one of the hottest travel destinations in the world.

    The best way to explore the island is by boat. Most boats in St Maarten come equipped with snorkel gear, perfect to go explore the crystal clear and blue waters, where you can find some tropical fish and even turtles. You can make a stop at a beach-side restaurant and enjoy the wonderful local cuisine.

    Tintamarre

    Explore the uninhabited 2.5 square mile island on the north side of St Martin with magnificent views and a gorgeous beach. One of the most popular snorkeling destinations on St Martin. With an intimate reef that you can easily access from the beach, lots of tropical fish to be seen and a good chance to bump into a turtle or two.

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    Pinel Island

    A unique and spectacular location. Pinel island is an exquisite little island north of St Martin. There are two very cool tiki style restaurants, placed on a beach that is fantastic for swimming in shallow waters, ideal for children. Also, you can check out the local iguanas or take a quick hike around the island.

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    Creole Rock

    An amazing rock formation very close to the north tip of Grand Case Bay. Creole Rock is part of the environmentally protected marine park with a very rich and expansive underwater life. Teeming with tropical fish and an assortment of different types of corals. It is a must see if you enjoy snorkeling and diving.

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    Creole Rock
    Grand Case

    Grand Case is a small fishing town on the northwestern side of St Martin. Known to be the ‘Gourmet capital’ of the Caribbean, the beautiful 1 mile long bay is filled with a very welcoming selection of Lolo style and French cuisine restaurants. Dine amongst breathtaking sceneries and a beautiful view of our neighboring island Anguilla. Grand Case is one of the calmest beaches on the island making it a great spot for swimming.

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    Long Bay

    A long stretch of white sand beach on the southwest side of St Martin. It is one of the most quiet, intimate beaches, and the best for sun-worshippers. Stunning turquoise waters combined with plenty of privacy, the natural charm of this secluded beach will impress any visitor.

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    Long Bay
    Maho Beach

    Located south west of St Maarten, Maho beach is famous for the Princess Juliana International Airport directly adjacent to the beach. This is one of the few places in the world where you can watch aircrafts on their final approach flying over the beach at altitudes of less than 15 meters.

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    Friars Bay

    North of the French Capital Marigot, you find Friars Bay. This cosy and pretty family oriented beach is ideal for families because of its well protected bay and calm waters. There are two beach restaurants on Friars Bay, Kali Beach Bar that serves Caribbean food adored by the locals and Friars Bay Café which is well known for its French ambiance.

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    Orient Beach

    Explore the party-loving, clothing-be-damned beach St. Martin’s east coast, the place to see and be seen. The spectacular 2-mile powdery white sand beach is filled with numerous high quality restaurants and bars. Orient Bay is a truly majestic setting with magnificent mountains and views of the beautiful small islands of Green Key, Tintamarre and Pinel Island, just off the shore. There’s a constant hum of activity, from parasailing and windsurfing to wining and dining, as well as live music and people gazing.

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    Anse Marcel

    A beautiful beach, Anse Marcel, is sheltered and hidden away by surrounding mountains on the northern side of St Martin. A protected bay from both sides makes the beach popular for families to enjoy a relaxing swim in calm waters. There are a few fantastic beach restaurants that will surely satisfy your taste buds, with a warm and welcoming atmosphere.

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    Anse Marcel
  • Anguilla


    Welcome to the most northerly of the leeward islands of the Antilles. The island is a part of the British Kingdom, and is well known for its landscape. The island is 35 square kilometers, similar to St. Maarten. It is unique however because of its length, Anguilla is 26 kilometers long and 6 kilometers wide, and with a bare and flat landscape is was given the nickname the “Eel”. The local population is of Caribbean Antillean decent and their official language is English. Because of its anonymity, it invites a large amount of high paying visitors who want to stay off the grid.

    Anguilla is home to the most spectacular white sandy beaches in the world. The texture of the sand is fluffy and smooth, a heaven to walk and lay on. Anguilla holds many uninhabited islands, that are accessible by boat, the popular ones, are Dog island, Scrub island, Sombrero islands, and Prickly Pear. A day in Anguilla is filled with new discoveries, as the island holds 33 beaches.

    Because of its unique beaches and offshore islands, boating in Anguilla is very popular. You can make your way to the famous Four Seasons hotel, Cap Juluca and anchor in front of the beautiful white and rounded building tops, its a sight to see. Sandy island is a famous spot, where a small sand bank lays with a little hut that serves some fresh lobsters. A day in Anguilla is best spent on a boat!

    Cap Juluca

    Cap Juluca is a five star, luxury Anguilla resort set on a gorgeous white-sand beach facing the turquoise waters of Maundays Bay. The beach has charmed visitors for decades with its beauty, privacy and luxury that Cap Juluca provides. It is a wonderful place for anyone looking to completely relax and renew.

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    Cap Juluca
    Rendezvous Bay

    Perhaps the best of all Anguilla beaches to walk on. The bay is a perfect sweep of soft white sand. On the Caribbean sea side of Anguilla, Rendezvous Bay gives you a breathtaking view of St Martin. No matter where you look, while you walk, the eye always seems to be pleased.

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    Rendezvous Bay
    Sandy Island

    Sandy Island is a self-proclaimed “little speck of sand,” and while that’s true, it also has 360 VERY big degrees of ocean-view awesomeness. This little landing is home to just three structures: an open-air gazebo, a restroom hut and a restaurant that serves what numerous visitors say is some of the best food (snapper, lobster and the like) they’ve ever tasted.

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    Meads Bay

    Meads Bay Beach is one of Anguilla’s top three biggest beaches located on the west end of the island. Its waters are turquoise and clear with some days hardly having a ripple on the surface. The smooth, long and wide beach is covered by the finest white sand and seems to stretch on forever. Meads bay has a few cosy beach restaurants that provide great ambiance and delicious food.

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    Crocus Bay

    A lovely spot on the mid west side of Anguilla. Crocus Bay is a picturesque, peaceful and secluded beach. On the beach you will find the exceptional restaurant da’Vida, serving mouth-watering food and superior service. On the North point of Crocus bay you have Little Bay, an anchorage with charming characteristics. Ocher cliffs that drop straight into the water create a remarkably interesting snorkeling site where you often see entire schools of fish.

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    Shoal Bay

    Shoal Bay Anguilla is simply a beach lovers paradise. The 2-mile strand of perfect white and pink sand has been named the world’s best beach by many of the top tourist magazines. There are several open-air restaurants bumping with live music and rum punch, making it a great choice for lunch. Shoal bay provides exciting snorkeling and if the conditions are right it can offer sweet surfing at the break point.

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    Shoal Bay
    prickly-pear

    Prickly Pear Cays is two small, uninhabited islands located just 6 miles west from Anguilla. This island offers picturesque powdery white sand beach and turquoise blue water. It is popular for swimmers looking for a less crowded experience. For snorkelers it is a pleasant site to explore coral reefs and some of its rocky coast. Prickly Pear has two restaurants and a bar so spending the day here is no problem.

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    Scrub Island

    Scrub is the largest of Anguilla’s cays located off the eastern tip of the island. On the leeward side is a stunning white sand beach, facing completely away from prevailing winds and seas, making it a great spot for swimming in calm waters. An old airfield and a few abandoned houses still remain on the privately owned island, mostly due to damage from hurricanes. Now identified as an ‘important bird area’, mainly because of its nesting seabirds. Leatherback and Green Turtles and a number of other reptiles can be found on the island. Also Dolphins and Whales have been known to pass between Scrub and the main Island Anguilla.

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  • St Barth


    Welcome to St Barth, the epitome of Luxury and Caribbean beauty. St Barth is a french island located in the west indies, it is 9.26 square miles and has a local population of 10,000 people. Its European influence and Caribbean pairing, makes for a unique and charming place to visit. St Barth is small, and the amount of visitors they get yearly is also low compared to their neighboring island Anguilla and St Maarten, but that is only because it is such an exclusive destination.

    The island is home to the most luxurious stores and boutiques, making it a must stop for avid shoppers. The famous beach bars and restaurants are always lively with beautiful music and delicious cuisine. You can enjoy high end culinary experience, right on the white sandy beaches and blue clear waters. No wonder this small island is the chosen vacation spot for the rich and famous.

    St Barth is not easily accessible, you have to catch a ferry, a small plane or catch a private yacht from St Maarten to get there, that make it all the more alluring to its visitors. Yachting is a must in St Barth, it is the only way to discover their protected and gorgeous beaches as well as their islands. Home to the Mega Yachts during the high season, its a sight you do not want to miss.

    Gustavia

    The ‘red roofed capital’ of St Barth. Gustavia is a small harbor town. Home to many rich and famous, the harbor has some of the most spectacular mega yachts in the world. Its cute narrow streets are lined with historic homes. Around the horseshoe shaped harbor, there are many delicious gourmet restaurants, chic boutiques, duty free shops and galleries to visit. For the ones that need a serious dose of retail therapy, stroll along the Quai de la Republic. Charming local made goods can also be found inside the stores of Gustavia.

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    Maho Beach
    Shell Beach

    Shell beach is a beautiful calm cove on the South west side of St. Barths, close to Gustavia. The beach is known for its unique collection of shells. Flat and tranquil waters make it a fantastic spot for swimming. A big attraction on the beach is the Creole bed; the bed belongs to Do Brasil restaurant, the only building right on the beach. The restaurant offers delicious gourmet food with breathtaking views and a warm festive atmosphere.

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    Shell Beach
    Gouverneur Beach

    By far one of the most favorite beach of the locals on St. Barths. Located on the south shore, the beach is virtually unspoiled with fluffy white sand that seems to stretch endlessly. If you enjoy snorkeling, the left side of the bay has some marine life eye candy. There is no building on this beach, so when you go there, you can expect a feeling of total privacy.

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    Colombier Beach

    Easily one of the best beaches. Colombier is perhaps best known for its seclusion in the South west coast of St. Barths. The only way to get there is to take a boat or walk approximately 30 minutes along a pretty rugged trail. Stunning panoramic views of dramatic landscape surround the beach. It has a very tranquil appeal and usually its calm waters result in some great swimming and snorkeling conditions.

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    St. Jean Beach

    Best for party people, the beach is split in two by the luxurious Eden Rock Hotel & Spa. St Jean remains the most iconic and famous beach on St Barth. Its shimmering, crystal clear waters sweep the dual arches of sparkling white sand beach. Its located right in front of St Barth small airport so you’ll get an up-close view of the planes taking off and landing. Feel the vibrant energy of the up scale beach restaurants, such as ‘Nikki Beach’ or ‘La Plage’ restaurant.

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    St. Jean Beach

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