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Touring St. Maarten/St. Martin

Touring St. Maarten/St. Martin

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WALKING TOURS OF MAARTEN/ST. MARTIN

Walking Around in Philipsburg: Philipsburg is a narrow sand spit, just four streets deep and about a mile long (1.6 km.). Front Street runs the length of the town and supplies most of the tourist shopping and dining. If you take the water taxi you’ll arrive at old Little Pier, where the cruise ship tenders used to dock. Great Bay Beach is right at hand, as is the beachfront promenade. Leave Little Pier and you’ll be in Wathey Square, with its landmark Dutch courthouse. From there, a crafts market is another block inland. (If you walk from the ship, you’ll be at the east end of Front Street, and Wathey Square will be about three blocks west.) You’ll find shops, restaurants, and casinos no matter which way you turn. Just walk west until you’ve had your fill, then retrace your steps.

Walking Around in Marigot: The heart of Marigot is a rough rectangle, bordered on the west by the harbor. On the north, Rue de la Republique offers some shopping, with the local pier, crafts market and cafés offering lunch deals at its west end. From the pier, head north to climb to the ruins of Fort Marigot, or head south on restaurant-lined Boulevard de France to the Creole graveyard and small museum at the south end of town. Also on the south side, about a block inland, is Port la Royale, a marina surrounded by restaurants and shops—a perfect spot for lunch. Afterward, head back north on shady Rue de la Liberté or shop-filled Rue Charles de Gaulle.

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