One day in Saint-Martin

With a rich history and culture, the island of Saint Martin is absolutely full of sites to see!

For your day in Saint-Martin, a stop at Bellevue is a must to admire theBorder Obelisk (External link) , a symbol of the peaceful coexistence between two nations.
Next up: head to the botanical garden, where the Rastafarian community grows fruits, vegetables and medicinal plants, some that are local to the region and some from faraway lands. It’s the perfect opportunity to reconnect with nature and learn about all the mental and physical benefits it can bring you.
Your fully-awakened senses will then lead you to the Marigot market (External link) , with its many colors. Discover the town’s Creole houses and its art galleries, and of course the famousFort Louis (External link) , overlooking Marigot bay and Anguilla since 1789.

For lunch, try the tapas at the Loterie Farm at the foot of Pic Paradis, the highest point on the island at 424 m, home to the only secondary tropical forest on Saint-Martin. The site is a haven of peaceful greenery and has many trails, as well as a natural spring-fed pool and a zip-lining course to get your adrenaline pumping.
After that one-of-a-kind experience at the Loterie Farm, (External link) head over to Orient Bay, where you’ll find the longest beach on the island, nicknamed the Saint Tropez of the Caribbean. With jet skiing, parasailing, sea kayaking, windsurfing, and even kite surfing, this beach has all sorts of water sports, perfect for outdoor enthusiasts.
In the evening, get pampered in one of the island’s many spas and beauty institutes, then finish off the day on a delicious note at one of the restaurants (External link) in the Marina Port La Royale.

Office de Tourisme Saint-Martin
Route de Sandy Ground, Marigot
97150 Saint-Martin
Mail. (External link)