Getting Here

Travel to St. Martin

Our island is serviced by most of the world's major airlines, so travel to St. Martin is always headache-free. Award-winning Juliana International (SXM) is the largest airport on the island, but Grand Case Airport (CCE) is close to Grand Case Beach Club, leaving you more time to relax in your perfect Caribbean getaway. However, no matter where you’re coming from, you shouldn’t have a problem finding a flight to St. Martin.

Non-stop service to and from Juliana International (SXM) is available via:

  • Paris (Air France, Air Caraibes)
  • Amsterdam (KLM)
  • Toronto (Air Canada, WestJet)
  • Montreal (Air Transat)
  • Boston (Jet Blue)
  • New York (American, Jet Blue)
  • Newark (Continental)
  • Charlotte (US Air)
  • Philadelphia (US Air)
  • Washington DC (United)
  • Atlanta (Delta)
  • Miami (American)
  • Fort Lauderdale (Spirit)
  • San Juan (American)
  • Panama City, Panama (Copa)
  • Curacao (Insel)

Juiana International is the hub of the northeastern Caribbean, so it's possible to explore many different islands, many islands from St. Martin; Guadalupe, Martinique, Anguilla, St. Barths, St. Kitts, Nevis, Statia, Saba, Tortola and the BVI, Antigua, Dominica, St. Lucia, Barbados, Trinidad, and many more.

Getting around St. Martin

Once you arrive on St. Martin, there are a number of ways to get around. The most convenient is to rent a car, and there are a number of rental car agencies at the airport. While renting a car gives you the freedom to come and go as you please, public transportation is also available. There's nothing more romantic, intimate and adventurous than traveling around the island by bus or taxi cab.

If you're feeling feeling ambitious and like soaking in the gorgeous St. Martin weather, you may want to simply explore the island on foot. Walking gives you the opportunity to learn more about St. Martin's unique Caribbean, and you may even find your own private beach!

Finally, island hopping by boat gives you the chance to explore neighboring islands. From short hour-long trips to full day excursions, you'll experience authentic Caribbean culture. The island of Anguilla has frequent ferries that are quick and inexpensive, and there is frequent services to St. Barths, Saba and other islands.

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2014 TripAdvisor Certificate of Excellence
ORBITZ Best In Stay
2012 Golden Apple Award
Best of the Caribbean Award