Saint Martin

Relax & Unwind in Saint Martin

Saint Martin

Discover the Caribbean Islands – and all it has to offer

Are you considering your first ever visit to Saint Martin in the Caribbean? This page provides a brief overview of Saint Martin for first timers, and includes local maps, nearby live webcams to view the scenic views and current weather.

Map of Saint Martin, Caribbean Islands

A unique Caribbean island, Saint Martin, often referred to as Sint Maarten, is split between the French half, Saint-Martin, and the Dutch side, Sint Maarten.

Discover the quaint French village of Grand Case, dubbed the Caribbean’s culinary center. Savor fine cuisine at top-notch eateries, peruse art galleries, and take strolls down the beautiful Boulevard de Grand Case. Unwind on the immaculate sands of Orient Bay Beach, one of the most well-known beaches in Saint Martin. Take part in water activities or relax at eateries and cafes near the beach. Take a quick boat journey to Pinel Island, which is renowned for its peaceful shorelines and glistening waters. Enjoy excellent seafood at coastal eateries and go hiking, swimming, and snorkeling on nature trails. Discover Marigot, the capital of Saint Martin, which is renowned for its colonial architecture and French-Caribbean flair. Shop for handmade goods and souvenirs from the community and enjoy French and Creole food in waterfront bistros.

St. Martin, Caribbean Islands, Resort Beach Vacations - Live Beaches
Photo Credit: St Martin Tourist Office

Explore Philipsburg, the capital of Sint Maarten on the Dutch side, which is well-known for its vibrant architecture, busy boardwalk, and duty-free shopping. Visit historic attractions such as Fort Amsterdam, stroll through duty-free stores on Front Street, and unwind on Great Bay Beach. Take part in water sports in the Simpson area, a charming area with beaches, marinas, and a lively nightlife. Sail, snorkel, or dive in the crystal-clear waters of the bay; eat at waterfront eateries featuring fresh seafood. Savor delectable Dutch and Caribbean fare at eateries and beach bars all across Sint Maarten. Savor regional specials such as freshly caught seafood, barbecued ribs, and Dutch pancakes, and indulge in rum-infused cocktails blended with tropical fruit juices. See the local casino’s nightlife and try your luck to cap off the evening!

A wide variety of sights and activities are available on both sides of Saint Martin, ranging from stunning beaches and outdoor experiences to cultural events and delectable cuisine. Every traveler will find something to love in Saint Martin, a Caribbean paradise.

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Live Webcams

View live webcams in Saint Martin. Check the current weather, beach activity and enjoy outstanding scenic views and spectacular sunsets. It’s not the same as being here but it’s a great way to daydream from far away!

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Saint Martin Average Temperatures

Use this weather chart as a guide to view the average air and ocean temperatures in Saint Martin.

The average air temperature in the summer varies between 85-90 degrees. The spring and fall varies between 80-85 degrees. The average air temperature in the winter varies between 75-80 degrees.

Even during the warmest days, you can expect a slight to moderate ocean breeze to temper the heat. The temperature variations in the Caribbean are surprisingly minimal.

Hurricane season starts in June, ends in November, and peaks in September. Keep up with the latest weather forecasts and warnings from local authorities.

Average Monthly Temperatures

Average High Average Low Average Ocean Temp

Average high, low and ocean temperatures in Saint Martin. Sources: Accuweather,, NOAA

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