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t. Maarten is the smallest island in the world to be shared by two nations: the Netherlands and France. So expect a Europeaninfluenced vibe twinned with Caribbean flair. Known as the gastronomical capital of the Caribbean islands, St. Maarten offers eclectic dining with over 300 restaurants on this 37-square-mile island. The island is located at the northern end of the Lesser Antilles, with 37 square miles of beaches
for holidaymakers to relax and play on. St. Maarten is home to many historical, unique familyoriented attractions. Watersport enthusiasts can enjoy exploring the island through scuba diving and snorkelling. St. Maarten’s capital, Philipsburg, offers a range of duty-free shopping with a bustling city atmosphere, while no fewer than 14 casinos and numerous nightclubs provide endless entertainment for visitors to the island.
St. Maarten is the smallest landmass (37 square miles) in the world shared by two nations (Holland & France)
It is little wonder St. Maarten is known as the Culinary Capital of the Caribbean: it offers over 300 restaurants
Multiple currencies are accepted, including euro/us dollar/guilder
Official languages are English, French and Dutch
St. Maarten Carnival is a colourful and cultural occasion which takes place yearly starting middle of April and ends in early May.