*Very Important* DON’T LEAVE ANYTHING AT ALL IN YOUR CAR!!!
Petite Plage: You can rent chairs and umbrellas at the Beach Club: $7 per chair, $3 per umbrella.
Orient Beach: St. Martin’s most famous beach. Clothing optional. Can be a bit of a zoo in high season. The best for watersports and beach bars. We like Coco Beach for the more mellow Orient Beach experience.
Le Galion Beach: Very calm, like one giant sandbar, a perfect beach for kids.
Friar’s Bay: Beach chairs and umbrellas are free if you treat yourself to a great lunch at Friar’s Bay Beach Cafe.
Happy Bay: Walk over from Friars Bay to enjoy the peace and tranquility of this unspoiled beach. On a weekday you might be the only one there! Paradise!
Dawn Beach: Great for snorkeling on calm days and for body surfing on rough days.
Baie Rouge: A really pretty beach located in the lowlands. A long stretch of sand so you’re sure to find a private spot. At the far right of the bay, there is some of the best snorkeling on the island; pretty colored coral formations!
Plum Bay: Great snorkeling here as well. You can also take a long walk around to Baie Longue to admire the beautiful villas.
Cupecoy: Clothing optional. Easy access through Cliffhanger Bar, across from Atlantis Casino. If there isn’t much beach, continue to Mullet Bay and catch Cupecoy on your next trip to St. Martin.
Pinel Island: A true island paradise! Catch the $6, 5 minute ferry which runs to and from Pinel all day long. Beautiful clear water, a white sandy beach and a great lunch at Eric’s Karibuni. Don’t miss the grilled lobster and chocolate cake.