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All reviews people watch lots of restaurants ice cream well worth a visit cobbled streets lovely place harbour side day trip covered market la martiniere walled city quayside restaurants take care three times tin tin shop pretty harbour lovely harbour
This is the main town on the island. It has some great shopping, with quality goods. It’s not at all tacky. There are plenty of restaurants and eateries adjacent to the quay area. It’s very pleasant sat overlooking the yachts coming and going. It does...More
Saint Martin never fails to disappoint, it can get busy, but this adds to the experience in my opinion. Great place to sit and have a drink or eat ice cream in one of the many bars looking onto the harbour. So much choice for...More
Wonderful place to relax and enjoy this peaceful harbour in September. Great place to sit in one of the quayside restaurants and people watch. Quaint little side streets with a mixed range of shops - beautiful scarfs etc. Ice cream a must from La Martiniere....More
On a hot, late summer ile de re evening we decided to return after a break of 15 years to Saint Martin. But on the whole we wished we hadn’t. Parking now is all outside the village and the atmosphere is now like a holiday...More
One of our favourite places .... the port is so relaxed despite getting busy in peak periods, fab restaurants all around and just a place you want to hang out at. We have been 3 times to St Martin and we hope to return soon.
Ample parking space available within the city walls in the morning in early September. Nice walk through a quiet town. It gets busier as soon as you reach the port. Bars, hotels, restaurants and shops. And lots of boats.