Europcar is has two locations on Sint Maarten, the Dutch side of St Martin island in the Caribbean, including one at Princess Juliana International Airport on the western peninsula. So whether you're off on a short break, on an extended family vacation, or travelling for business we can help you with all your car hire needs. Useful services like easy online booking, express pick-up, optional satellite navigation, child seats and additional driver cover, along with the convenience of daily, weekly, monthly, long and short term hire, all help to make your driving experience around any of Saint Martin's multicultural surprises a delight. Plus, Europcar 's fleet of safe and reliable vehicles is always standing by to help you to select the hire car that best meets your needs, however many passengers, however much luggage, or whatever size budget you have.
Two countries sharing one island. It's a unique experience to visit a half-Dutch, half-French island, with two very distinct personalities. Different from Belgium, in that instead of a separate nation with French and Dutch-influenced regions, St Martin is two wholly separate territories. Luckily, crossing the border involves little to no bureaucracy so visitors really do get a great opportunity experience the best of both worlds. With 37 picture-perfect, sun-drenched beaches spread out all over the island, a sea and sand vacation here is sure to be perfect. Because Sint Maarten is completely different from its French sibling, which is part of its charm and appeal, The best in water sports facilities is also on hand, from scuba diving and snorkelling to windsurfing and yachting. Be sure to save some energy for the first-class shopping and nightlife as well.
The City of Philipsburg - The bustling capital of the Dutch, St. Maarten, side of the island brings bargain seekers flocking to the duty-free and sales-tax-free stores of Philipsburg's mile-long commercial district. Visitors also enjoy the city's art galleries, historic forts and casinos, as well as Great Bay Beach and its boardwalk. For culture lovers, there's the Sint Maarten Museum that exhibits displays on the island's history while the Sint Maarten Park is the island's zoo, with more than 80 types of indigenous creatures to be seen. The zoo is found on the north edge of the Great Salt Pond.
Princess Juliana International Airport – It may be strange to list an airport as an attraction, but the sight of the aircraft coming in so low over across the water, skimming over the sunbathing people by mere metres on Maho beach, has been popular on YouTube for some time. Avid aviation fans and photographers still flock to the runway's end to capture the spectacular visuals. Also by the airport is the beautiful Simpson Bay which, despite its proximity to low flying jetliners, is known to have some of the most crystal clear waters of all the island's beaches.