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Top 5 Beaches on St. Maarten

Top 5 Beaches on St. Maarten as voted for by you!

Orient Beach
Orient Bay Beach, also known as “Baie Orientale” by the locals, is one of the most famous beaches on the entire island of St. Martin. This beach is famously and affectionately called “the St. Tropez of the Caribbean” by those who visit.

Maho Beach
Maho Beach has become one of the island’s leading attractions: this is where the runway almost meets the beach, separated only by a narrow road and a flimsy fence. The location is also a great place to watch the sunset, and home to St. Maarten’s largest and most successful hotel complex, The Sonesta Maho Reef Resort and its neighbor, The Royal Islander Hotel. The beach itself is framed by two beach bars: Sunset Bar & Grill and on the other end the Driftwood Boat Bar.

Pinel Island
Go where the locals go (and many more): take a trip to Pinel Island; the closest an Atlantic beach meets a Caribbean beach. Short hiking trails provide fun for the nature lover who are prone to run into turtles, iguanas and much more, while foodies can enjoy the two restaurants on island.

The resort is directly located on a long and scenic beach, which has loungers and umbrellas lined up but doesn’t feel congested. The water is turquoise blue and generally calm, depending on the weather and time of year, and the sand is white. There are also a volleyball net and cornhole available.

Grand Case
Grand Case, an impressive arc of crystal-clear water and white sand, is very calm for swimming and snorkeling and offers excellent beachfront restaurants. Anse Marcel is calm and quiet, nicely shady, and great for kids, with hotels nearby. Petites Cayes, the most isolated beach on St. Martin, can by accessed by boat or a 20 minute walk via a coastal trail from Cul-de-Sac.







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