An incredible playground, this small island offers a whole host of activities from enjoying one of the many, breathtaking beaches, to zip lining through a forest reserve.
With its amazingly crystal clear waters, diving and snorkelling are top of the past times list, along with sailing, deep sea fishing, windsurfing, paragliding, jet skiing and more.
If you fancy exploring on land to experience the natural beauty of the island there are 25 miles of footpaths running through the mountains and along the shore.
Golfers can indulge their passion on the 18-hole course near Mullet Bay, while horse riding and kayaking are more activities to try.
Not to be missed is a trip to Marigot Market and it's also worth making the effort to experience the 'old' atmosphere of the island with a visit to Orleans, The French Quarter, where some of the 17th century structures still remain. There is a museum dedicated to preserving St Martin's history and culture next to Marina Port La Royale.
Add to this a wander through Grand Case, with its distinctive style of architecture and the location for some of the island's best restaurants, and you'll begin to see why the world is your oyster in this wonderful place.