St Martin Villas for Rent

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Why stay in St. Martin

Mention St. Martin, and one immediately conjures up images of its spectacular beaches: stretches of golden sand, and sparkling waters in gorgeous hues of blue. But there’s so much more waiting to be discovered on the island—including cultural activities, outdoor attractions, and a vibrant food and nightlife scene.

St. Martin villas

Your St. Martin villa enjoys a prime location—it’s located within close proximity to key amenities and attractions, yet is tucked away just enough to provide privacy and seclusion.
Your holiday home features a full range of amenities, including a private pool, lush outdoor spaces and concierge service. As there are no restrictions when travelling between St. Martin and St. Maarten, you can easily access attractions from all across the island from your villa.

Family activities in St. Martin

St. Martin is a beach lover’s dream—the island is home to over three dozen beaches, leaving vacationers spoilt for choice. Our selection of St. Martin villa rentals are ideally situated, so you’ll have either direct beach access, or be within walking distance to the beaches from your villa.
Our top picks for kid-friendly beaches in St. Martin includes Orient Bay Beach and Anse Marcel—both offer calm waters which are ideal for swimming, along with a good selection of dining venues. Grand Case Beach has plenty of shops and restaurants too, so you’ll easily find everything you need for a day at the beach. It’s also a popular snorkelling and diving spot.
Down south in St. Maarten, head to Mullet Bay Beach with the kids to enjoy its crystal clear waters and powdery white-sand coast. The cove at the southern end of the beach boasts calm waters, making it safe for young children. Older kids and adults can snorkel along the shores, or play a game of volleyball on the coast
The island’s wide-ranging array of outdoor attractions and activities offers a change of scenery from the beach. As its name suggests, a trip to the Seaside Nature Park offers a different way to enjoy St. Martin’s incredible coastlines. You’ll embark on a horseback riding experience that will take you through a scenic trail, accompanied by an expert rider who will share interesting insights about the destination.
Loterie Farm is a great option for thrill seekers—the nature reserve is home to one of the fastest zip lines on the island. Visitors can also navigate an obstacle course, or explore the park’s various hiking trails.
Parotte Ville Bird Park offers a fun and educational experience for kids and adults alike. Here, you’ll get to view a variety of tropical bird species, as well as visit a herb garden and learn about the healing properties of local plants.
The Rhino Safari isn’t about rhinoceros—the name is a reference to Rhino Riders, a type of inflatable motorboat. Suitable for children aged five and above, Rhino Safari offers guided tours across the Simpson Bay Lagoon. You’ll get uninterrupted views of the coastline and surrounding scenery—plus the chance to drive your own motorboat.
Other popular attractions and activities include Tiki Hut Snorkel Park, Sea Trek Helmet Diving, windsurfing, jet skiing, kitesurfing and more. Feel free to reach out to your St. Martin villa concierge if you need more information, or require assistance with booking a tour.

Activities and points of interest in St. Martin

St. Martin is home to over 100 nationalities, and boasts a rich and diverse culture. Get a feel of the island’s cultural life by partaking in the festivities of Carnival Day. The festival is celebrated on both sides of the island—during February in St. Martin, and in April in St. Maarten. Costume parades, along with dancing, parties and plenty of fun are guaranteed.
Philipsburg, the main town and capital of St. Maarten is located just a quick drive away from your St. Maarten villa. It’s home to beachfront bars and vibrantly coloured stores selling a wide array of goods and handicrafts, including the locally brewed guavaberry rum. Don’t miss out on visiting the town’s key attractions, which includes Sint Maarten Museum, Yoda Guy Movie Exhibit and Fort Amsterdam.
Marigot, located a 20-minute drive from Philipsburg is the capital of St. Martin. Once a sleepy fishing village, the thriving town is now abuzz with activity. You can easily spend several hours exploring the town’s winding streets on foot as you discover its many cafes, local shops and luxury boutiques.
Take in the bustling vibes at Marigot Market, an open-air market selling a vast variety of local produce. It’s a great place to stock up on groceries for self-catering at your St. Martin villa rental. Hike to the top of Fort Louis, an 18th-century fortress for uninterrupted views over the island and out to the sea.
The nightlife scene here can vary, depending on which part of the island you visit. At St. Martin, the vibes are laid back—just perfect for a relaxed night out with friends and family. Head to Blue Martini or Yellow Sub for live music, or enjoy a beach party at Kontiki Beach.
St. Maarten comes alive after dusk, offering vacationers plentiful options for nightlife entertainment. You can try your luck at the casinos, sing your heart out at a karaoke room or party the night away at venues like Ginger Sushi & Grill, Lotus Nightclub, Mykonos and Mimosa Skylounge.

Restaurants, cafes & bars in St. Martin

St. Martin villa vacationers will take delight in discovering the island’s vast variety of cuisines and dining venues. Visit Emilio's...Dine with History during the afternoon for a relaxed bistro lunch, or come at night for a fine dining experience.
La Villa Hibiscus offers a unique dining experience: diners will choose between three gourmet menus, inform the chef of any allergies, dislikes or intolerances, and then leave it all to the chef. The entire meal is personalised, so you’ll only find out about the dishes when it is served to your table.
Other venues that come with our recommendations include Bistrot Caraïbes, Le Pressoir and Rainbow Cafe. And don’t miss out on dining at one of the island’s many lolos, which are open-air stalls selling Creole cuisine. Expect to be served generous portions of grilled seafood, barbecued meats, fritters and more.
If you feel like staying in, you can easily self-cater at your St. Martin villa rental. Our properties feature a fully equipped kitchen and are well-located, so you’ll have easy access to the local markets and grocery shops. You can also opt for villa pre-stocking for greater convenience.
Or leave it all to us. Your St. Martin villa concierge can arrange for private dining experiences, so you get to enjoy a restaurant experience at your dining table without lifting a single finger.