St. Martin is a Caribbean island that is divided into two territories, Sint Maarten and Saint Martin. The Dutch and French sides of the island are known as Sint Maarten and Saint-Martin, respectively. Both sides have different currencies: the Netherlands Antillean guilder (ANG) on the Dutch side and the euro on the French side.

St Martin is divided into three districts: Marigot, Philipsburg and Grand Case. Most of the luxurious villas are located in Marigot, Philipsburg and Grand Case. But there are some luxury villas on the Dutch side too. If you are looking for luxury villa rentals in St Martin like, you can choose any one of these areas depending on which one suits your budget best.

How to Travel to Saint Martin?

The main ways to travel from your country to St Martin are by plane or by boat.

Air travel is possible via Princess Juliana International Airport in Sint Maarten. The airport code is SXM. if you are traveling to Saint Martin by plane, then make sure to book your flight with an airline that has direct flights from where you live. The airport in Marigot is located on the French side of Saint Martin and offers multiple airlines including Air France, British Airways, American Airlines and Delta Airlines.

There are also several airports located in nearby islands such as Guadeloupe and Antigua & Barbuda where you can catch a connecting flight to reach Saint Martin via Marigot Airport in Guadeloupe or Princess Juliana International Airport in St Maarten (Dutch).

If you’re traveling by boat or cruise ship, you’ll dock in Marigot Bay on the French side. There are no ferries from Marigot Bay to either Cole Bay or Oyster Pond on St. Maarten/St Martin, so if you want to stay on both sides of the island, it would be easier to rent a car at one port and drive over yourself.

What Should I Know Before Traveling to Saint Martin?

It’s important to note that there are two separate countries (or territories) on St Martin: one Dutch and one French. This means that you’ll need a passport from your country of origin when traveling into either territory — even if it’s just for a day trip! Also, since there are two countries on this island, there may be some confusion when booking flights or ferries between them — make sure you’re clear about which country you’re traveling into before making any reservations!

The climate in St Martin is tropical with rainfall all year round but especially during summer months (June-November). The best times to visit St. Martin are December through April when temperatures are warm and the risk of rain is low. The temperature remains constant year round (26-28 degrees Celsius), but it can get very hot during summer months so be prepared with sunglasses and sunblock cream!