Our vacations in St. Martin/Sint Maarten, Anguilla and Saba

Beaches on the French part of St. Martin

St. Martin/Sint Maarten has 37 beaches, spread out over the French and Dutch parts of the island, many of them at isolated spots. We rented a car and took a tour to explore the beaches on the French side of St. Martin.

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A boat takes us to Pinel Island and to its long sandy public beach
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The restaurant on Pinel Island under straw huts, where the birds are watching us dine
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Le Galion beach is a beautiful secluded beach with few visitors, located close to Orient Bay
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Bernd is enjoying the calm turqoise water of Le Galion beach
A school class is holding their outdoor exercises at Le Galion beach
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On the way to Friar's beach near Marigot, the Capital of the French part of St. Martin
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The small but inviting Friar's beach
Jola is sunbathing at Friar's beach
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A small bay embraces a tourist resort and beach at Anse Marcel at the northern tip of St. Martin

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Last updated: 4 November 2012 by Bernd