354. Marigot, St. Martin

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Why Marigot, St. Martin

There are two sides to the Caribbean island of St. Maarten. The Dutch side, St. Maarten and the French side St. Martin. They live in perfect harmony although they are two countries. Marigot is the quiet side; the capital of the French side. It really is like you’re in France :-).

Where

Marigot is located on the French side of the island of St. Maarten. It’s on the St. Martin side.

How To Get Here

By Train

No.

By Plane

The nearest airport is the Princess Juliana International Airport (SXM). This is the airport that has the airplanes landing very low over the beach.

‘The following airlines serve the Princess Juliana International Airport (SXM):

Air Antilles (3S), Air Caraibes (TX), Air France (AF), American Airlines (AA), Anguilla Air Services
(Q3), Caribbean Airlines (BW), Copa Airlines (CM), Corsair International (SS), Delta Air Lines (DL), Insel Air (7I), InterCaribbean Airways (JY), JetBlue Airways (B6), KLM Royal Dutch Airlines (KL), Liat (LI), Pan Am World Airways Dominicana S.A (7N), Q3, Saint Barth Commuter (PV), Seaborne Airlines (BB), Spirit Airlines (NK), United Airlines (UA), WestJet (WS) and Winair (WM)

By Car

You can rent a car once on the island. Just use a service like Google Maps for directions.

By Ferry

There is a ferry to Blowing Point in Anguilla as well as St. Barts.

Where To Stay

The are has a good list of local places to choose from.

 

==>> You can find a list of hotels from TripAdvisor here.

Where To Eat

Lots of great places to explore the local cuisine which is high in seafood content.

==>> You can find a list of restaurants from TripAdvisor here.

What To Do

You can find a list of things to do in Marigot here. But mostly its just relax, shop, enjoy the nearby beach and do nothing.

 

==>> Here is a list of things to do from Trip Advisor.

==>> Check out some tours from Viator.

==>> Lonely Planet has some additional information.

Additional Information

Language: French, Dutch, Papiamento, English and Spanish.

Currency: Euros (EUR)

St. Martin Tourism

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