Orient Bay – Your vacation from a glance
Everywhere you look, your attention will be caught by exotic sceneries, people having fun, cocktail and beach bars or, in simpler words, the joy of life. People usually rent houses right on the beach so they can be able to just let go of the earthly atmosphere and step every morning directly into paradise. You can also find apartments and studio flats to rent, so you won’t have to worry about accommodation in Orient Bay. If you’re traveling in groups you should consider a duplex rental or renting a villa. Those of you who decide on the last moment that Orient Bay is the vacation destination, y
Beach of Grand Case © jazmad
ou should take a look at the last minute deals. You will benefit from great deals without compromising your comfort.
Here, the days go by without even noticing. Orient Bay is protected by the reef that stretches from the Green Cay to Pinel, so the beach is considered to be one of the calmest and most gentle beaches in St. Martin. You can just lie on the beach and zip an exotic cocktail or book day trips and discover the surroundings.
Fun things to do during your vacation in Orient Bay
Pinel islet facing the beach of Orient Bay © Jean-Marie MAILLET
Saint Martin is a fabulous touristic destination and you definitely won’t have time to get bored here. You can visit small islands, such as Islet Pinel or Islet Tintamarre, go fishing, waterskiing, parasailing, water surfing or practice any other sport that involves water and having fun. The south-east end of Orient Beach is reserved to nudists, so clothes are optional here. Orient Bay is also famous for its fascinating underwater marine reserve, snorkeling being a must during your vacation here.
Near St. Martin you will find other popular vacation destination such as Nettle Bay and Cul de Sac. The biggest city in the area and the capital of th
The Nettle Bay © Jean-Marie MAILLET
e French side of Saint Martin is Marigot, which is situated only 6 km away from Orient Bay. This can be considered an authentic French city, a place where colonial houses, cafes and luxury stores live together in harmony. You can also visit the Fort St. Louis, situated on a hill in the vicinity of Marigot Bay, and a few museums that will help you discover the island’s culture and history.