Rue du Pic Paradis, St Martin 97150, St Martin
Love to be outdoors connecting with nature? Or are you a daredevil and love extreme sports? Well here we have them both! Loterie Farm is a secret hideaway nestled in the hillside of Pic Paradis on French Saint Martin where you can wine, dine, climb, hike and glide over the treetop canopy. It is truly an eco-tourism and gastronomical experience you're not likely to forget or find elsewhere.
Old Street, Sint Maarten
Ma Doudou is a small family run business based in Cul-de-Sac, Saint Martin. Their specialty homemade rum has been in production for more than 20 years.They offer unique rum flavors and original hand painted bottles. All products are 100% traditionally made by local craftsmen. Visit them on old street for a free tasting.
74 Voorstraat, Philipsburg, Sint Maarten
The Coliseum Princess Casino is located on Front Street in the heart of Philipsburg, the bustling capital of Dutch St.Maarten. As the name would imply, the casino’s decoration is themed around the ancient Roman arena, and the whole gaming floor has recently been completely renovated, now giving three full floors of gaming entertainment. You can find the very latest series slot machines as well as the traditional and ever popular table games of American roulette, blackjack and poker. The Coliseum also has a lively craps table where you can try your luck with the dice. Guests wishing a more private gaming environment will welcome the addition of a VIP room where the accent is on personalized service. A lavish open buffet is served daily featuring Italian, Caribbean Mexican and Asian cuisine, and all of our guests are offered a full complementary bar service. The Coliseum entertainment programme features a lively mix of local artists and D.J.’s and the party really gets going at the weekends when many promotional raffles are also organized with fantastic cash prizes on offer. Open every weekday from 10.00am until midnight and 2.00am at the weekends, Coliseum casino is your best bet for a great time on your next visit to Philipsburg.
19A Front Street, (p.o.box 866), Philipsburg, Sint Maarten
Yoda Guy Movie Exhibit
The Yoda Guy Movie Exhibit is located on the Front Street of Philipburg St. Maarten. Who would expect to find Darth Vader, Pinhead from HELLRAISER and Riddley Scott's ALIEN in St Maarten? But this unprecedented showcase has that and a whole lot more. There are displays that span six decades of movie making, relics from THE TERMINATOR, MEN IN BLACK and even THE MALTISE FALCAN. There's also an incredible collection of lifecasts, the actual faces of Hollywood stars, From Bogart & Brando, though Sean Connery & Jack Nicholson to Michael Jackson, Johnny Depp & Angelina Jolle.
7 Voorstraat, Philipsburg, Sint Maarten
Sint Maarten Museum
The St. Maarten National Heritage Foundation is a non- profit organization that aims to protect and promote the island’s rich heritage. It was established on October 4 1993 as the result of a merger between the St. Maarten National Park Foundation and the St Maarten Museum Foundation. The museum includes a gift shop where you can find authentic Caribbean items. Most of the products available are made by local artists. They also sell books, maps and other small publications about the islands heritage. All profits from the shop are used to support museum and heritage projects.
LB Scott Rd #59, Cul de Sac, Sint Maarten
Rainforest Adventures St. Maarten
Rainforest Adventures creates unique and memorable experiences that inspire a sustainable use of the environment and an appreciation of the local culture while positively impacting our communities.
Rockland Estate is an eco–adventure park that preserves native eco-systems while ensuring the sustainability of the estate’s physical and intangible attributes. We recognize the ecological, cultural and historical value of the site and see our development as an opportunity to invest in the cultural landscape of St. Maarten in a meaningful way. Our overall goal is to enhance and preserve its natural and built environs along with endorsing its cultural and historical significance while promoting education through adventure. Attractions include:
- The Soualiga Sky Explorer chairlifts, comprised of sixty-eight, four-passenger chairs, takes a tranquil ride up two lifts spanning a total of 2,997 ft. as the landscape unfolds below. A spectacular panoramic view on top of one of St. Maarten’s highest mountains await you.
- The Flying Dutchman is the main attraction and the steepest zip line in the world. Guests experience the thrill of a lifetime, harnessed in a chair and launched down the mountain on a flight line dropping 1050 feet in elevation over 2800 ft.
2 Beacon Hill Road, Simpson Bay, Sint Maarten
Sunset Bar and Grill
The Sunset Beach Bar is open for breakfast, lunch and cocktails. SUNSET features a vast selection of made to order sandwiches, Caribbean inspired salads, local fresh fish and… THE BEST BURGER ON THE ISLAND.
The choice is yours: Eat lunch at SUNSET beach bar and experience the excitement on the beach watching the planes land & take off right above your head OR reserve a lounge chair and enjoy the serenity of the new SUNSET Pool where our full menu will be served…
Daily live entertainment features a rotation of DJ’s and local bands performing your island favorites.
Little Bay Rd, Sint Maarten
The remains of the first Dutch military base in the Caribbean offer stunning views across the ocean and over the town of Philipsburg behind it.
Enjoy stunning views over the historic center of Philipsburg and the warm waters of the Caribbean when standing on top of Fort Amsterdam. This site is not only famous for its historical ruins, but also for its pelicans, which come here annually to breed.
The first Dutch military base in the Caribbean dates back to 1631. The fort changed hands between the Dutch, British and French many times, before being decommissioned during the late 19th century.
Climb the hill that overlooks Philipsburg to reach the fort. From the center of town, a trail will take you along the coast, offering stunning ocean views. Cycle tours are also available from within the town and follow a paved path to the fort.