Saint Martin is an island in the Caribbean that is divided into two parts, with the northern part belonging to France and the southern part belonging to the Netherlands. To get to Saint Martin / Sint Maarten, you can use the following methods:
How do I get to St Martin? Here is the Answer:
Fly to Sint Maarten
By Air: The most common way to reach Sint Maarten is by air. The island has an international airport, the Princess Juliana International Airport (SXM), which receives flights from major airlines around the world. You can book a flight to Sint Maarten from your nearest airport or connect through a hub airport.
Fly to Saint Martin
Grand Case – L’Espérance Airport (SFG) on the French side receive regular flights from major airlines around the world. You can book a flight to either airport depending on your preference and availability.
Arrive in St Martin by Ferry
By Sea: You can also reach Saint Martin by sea. There are regular ferry services between Saint Martin / Sint Maarten and neighbouring islands such as Anguilla, St. Barths, St. Eustatius (Statia), Saba and St Kitts.
Ferry Services with Schedules and Departure Terminals
Ferry from Marigot (France) to Anguilla (British)
Private Charters from SXM Simpson Bay to Anguilla
Ferry from Philipsburg to Saint Barthelemy (St. Barths)
Ferry to Sint Eustatius (Statia) (Dutch), St Kitts and Saba
You can also experience St Martin by arriving by a cruise ship that includes Saint Martin as one of its ports of call.
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