Luxury and beaches in the French Caribbean.
Welcome to the smallest island in the French West Indies: ten kilometers long and four kilometres wide! Small red-roofed houses, white sandy beaches, sumptuous hotels – enough to attract the whole world. We’d love to spend our old age on this little piece of land where sun, music and good food coexist with the smiles of the West Indians!
Some words and expressions in the language
Not always easy to understand, yet so pleasant to listen to, here are a few notions of West Indian Creole:
Surface area: 24 km²
9,625 inhabitants (2015)
Up-to-date vaccination records.
For French nationals, identity card except for passengers transiting via Saint Martin (inbound and outbound): passport required.