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   Tuesday, January 26, 2021 

European Union France Guadeloupe St. Martin: Things to Do

St. Martin is known for its distinctive natural beauty as it contains something for just about every one. It has beautiful beaches, majestic mountain ranges, museums, marketplaces and places of entertainment. It has lush fauna and it is conducive for rest and relaxation if that is for what you are look, and it also possesses great places for fun.


The Butterfly Farm:

This places is a very popular attraction as it is the home to numerous species of rare butterflies. it is indeed engrossing and intriguing.

Concordia Hill:

This site is the place where the Treaty of Concodia was signed in 1648. The treaty was signed between the Dutch and the French which established joint control over the island by the French and the Dutch. The Dutch called their side St. Maarten and the French called its side St. Martin.

Paradise Peak:

This is the highest mountain peak on the island and it does offer a beautiful view of the are and the surrounding islands.

Fort St. Louis:

Fort St. Louis overlooks the Marigot Bay on the leeward side of the island and it was used extensively as a place to protect the settlement at Marigot from foreign invaders. This place was built in 1767 and the Dutch temporarily occupied it in 1789. It is built near the sea on the top of a hill and thus provides a good fortifaction at the time it was built.


This is a beautiful sumptuous green valley that is lush with tropical vegetation and sinking gently between rolling green hills. It is a plkace to go for those who are seeking serenity as it is a perfect place to go for private walks and quiet relaxation.


St Martin Museum:

The St. Martin Museum is located on the southern end of Marigot and next to the Marina Port la Royale. This museum is dedicated to preserving ST. Martin's history and culture. It houses archaeological artifcats starting with artifacts that were there hundreds of years before Christopher came to this area. These artifacts showed that the Arawaks had a thriving society on that land. It shows that these artifacts dated as far back as 550 B.C.


Orient Beach:

This is one of the most popular beaches in St. Martin as it possesses arease for both nude bathing as well as the normal beach goers.

Oyster Pond:

This beach although not well known to visitors is one of the finest beaches. It is a pristine long beach that is very good for swimming and scuba diving. Recently, more and more people seem to be aware of it and there are now more visitors there than ever.

Red Bay:

This is a very popular beach as one of the great features of it is that the waters there are very calm and gentle.

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