St. Martin is an island of dualities — the root of that being its dual French and Dutch sovereignty. So which side should you stay on, and what should you do when you’re there? You’ve come to the right place.
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The French side (St. Martin), is certainly relaxed and sophisticated. Marigot is Mediterranean resort-like, yachts in the harbor, open-air markets, shops lining the waterfront. Grand Case is known for the island's best restaurants. The Dutch side (Sint Maarten) is a lively destination of white sand beaches, casinos, historical sites, shopping venues and a lot of nightlife. Philipsburg, a duty free port, vibrates with Caribbean colors, sounds and cruise ship passengers.