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Sint Maarten


Sea grape and coconut trees lend some welcoming shade at Mullet Beach

Sint Maarten is one of the most touristed islands in the Caribbean, but despite the large resorts, casinos, fast-food chains and a sophisticated capital it still has quiet niches to explore. There are powdery white-sand beaches, secluded coves and good diving.

The island is a prime jumping-off point for trips to its neighbours - it's cheap and easy to get to Anguilla, Saba and Sint Eustatius, some of the region's most rural and least developed destinations. And the lower-key French side of the island is a short trip from anywhere in Sint Maarten.



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