Why Live in St Maarten Island?

New Haven, CT (PressExposure) May 28, 2009 -- St Maarten island is the smallest in the world to be partitioned between two countries. Thanks to the mutual friendship between the Dutch and French, citizens from all over the world are now free to enjoy the unique offers of St Maarten Island.

Living in a Caribbean condo is like living in paradise, with the sun and sand at your doorstep, what more can you ask for? No matter what part of the island you are in (Dutch side is called St Maarten, French side is internationally known as St Martin), you will surely realize that St Maarten island is a place worth visiting. The French side is larger but the Dutch side is home to the more popular beaches.

St Maarten real estate [http://www.portocupecoy.com/resources/st-maarten-real-estate] has constantly benefitted with the beauty and unique characteristics of the island. More and more visitors are deciding of purchasing their own Caribbean condo, a second home in paradise. Those who decide to live here permanently continuously discover new places to visit.

The white sandy beaches are of course, the number one tourist destination. Home to 37 beaches, each with its own character, a visitor can surely find one in St Maarten island which fits his or her preferences. Some of the beaches have rough waters, perfect for surfers. Others have the most beautiful scenery underwater, and there are those which are suitable for families and their children. For those who would like to sun bathe, the Cupecoy beach [http://www.portocupecoy.com/location] is a clothing optional beach that’s become popular to adult tourists.

St Maarten Island is not just about the waters, it is also about beautiful flora and remarkable fauna. Located at Le Galion Beach Road Quarter D’Orleans, the Butterfly Farm is one of the top attractions for those who are looking for a huge variety of butterflies. The Loterie Farm is a natural reserve and is a great hiking and biking area.

St Maarten island [http://www.portocupecoy.com/resources/st-martin-island] is also the home to several popular historical sites and museums. Fort St Louis allows a great view of Marigot Bay and the rest of the island. Also, the Marina Port la Royale contains pre-Columbian artifacts dating as far back as 1,800 BC.

About Self Employed

Lakeisha Scales is a lifestyle editor in a local magazine. She loves travelling around the world; Caribbean being her favorite.

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Press Release Submitted On: May 28, 2009 at 2:41 am
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