St Martin is an island in the northeast Caribbean.
It covers 88-square-kilometre (34 sq mi) surface and geographically is divided between France and the Kingdom of the Netherlands (34 km2, 13 sq mi). It is nestled between the Atlantic Ocean and the Caribean Sea. St Martin is very low-populated island, which is separated between two nations according to its territorial division. The separation dates back to 1648. The southern Dutch part consists of Sint Maarten and is one of four constituent countries composing the Kingdom of the Netherlands. The French part, which is located in the North, includes the Collectivité de Saint-Martin (Collectivity of St Martin) and is an overseas collectivity of France.
The island of St Martin is not only a gorgeous tourist destination and a perfect paradise for everyone who is searching for the beach rest. Is has a lot of natural, cultural and human riches. It is a perfect itinerary for the newly married couples, families, couples and independent travelers. Everyone can find a perfect destination, as St Martin offers multiple activities, resorts, and watersports.
St Martin is very low-populated island
Upon your arriving at the island, you can experience numerous entertainments for successful vacation: unforgettable cruises, all kind of car rental service, exciting boat trips, busy and bright nightlife amusements with lots of open-air bars and clubs, impressive and captivating snorkeling, spectacular scuba diving, relaxing fitness and SPA procedures, significant number of fitness activities, best restaurants, and cafes and many more.
There are a number of famous leading cultural artists in the St-Martin island: Youth Waves, music band; Isidore “Mighty Dow” York, Roland Richardson, Impressionist painter; Ruby Bute, painter; Nicole de Weever, dancer and Broadway star; Lasana M. Sekou, poet, author, independence advocate; Clara Reyes, choreographer; and Tanny and The Boys, music group.
Remember, that the island has a tropical monsoon climate which means that a dry season starts in January and finishes in April, while a rainy season goes from August to December.
There are several variants of the island name spelling: St-Martin / St Maarten, and sometimes SXM.
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