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Elegant Island Time – the French Side of St. Martin

St. Martin’s chic and relaxing side draws plenty of inspiration from its French roots with gourmet cuisine, fashionable boutiques and an air of elegance. Allow a private chef to cook up authentic French fare in the comfort of your own villa, or dine at some of the finest restaurants in the Caribbean. Enjoy a serious slow-down as you stroll through sophisticated town centers and sunbathe on secluded beaches.

Villa rentals in Saint-Martin boast as much laid-back luxury as their surroundings: crisp white estates have pools overlooking the ocean, palm-lined sun decks, breezy indoor/outdoor living areas, and space and amenities for families and groups, or romantic retreats. 

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Travel Tips

When to go: The most popular time to travel to Saint-Martin is from December to the middle of April. Off-season is also rainy season (and technically hurricane season), from late May to mid-November. It doesn’t necessarily rain every day, however, and the island’s high temperatures remain relatively consistent throughout the year. If you don’t want to take any chances with sunshine, travel between December and April. If you prioritize privacy above all else, travel between May and November, when crowds will be at an all-time-low.

Things to do: Savor French cuisine at one (or several) of the gourmet restaurants and shop French fashions. Hike up Pic Paradis, the island’s tallest peak, with a stop at the Loterie Farm nature preserve on the way. On beach days, take your pick of shorelines, but put the beautiful, extra-peaceful Long Bay with unbeatable sunset views at the top of your list.

Special events: Saint-Martin celebrates Carnival pre-Lent in February with festivals and Bastille Day on July 14 with colorful parades and sailboat races.