Europcar is has two locations on the isle of Saint Martin, including one at Princess Juliana International Airport in the Dutch part of the island, Sint Maarten. 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 all help to make your driving experience around any of Saint Martin's exotic French-Caribbean locations a delight. Plus, Europcar's fleet of safe and reliable vehicles is always there 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. There is also the added convenience of daily, weekly, monthly, long and short term hire.
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. The Collectivity of Saint Martin, the French side of the island, involves a more genteel ambience and continental flair, along with more upmarket and fashionable shopping locations. The political and commercial centre is Marigot, with other towns and districts such as Grand Case, Colombier and Quartier d'Orléans offering even more in the way or French Colonial sophistication.
The Town of Marigot - The principal town and capital of French St. Martin is an appealing spot with brightly coloured houses, a scattering of restaurants and lively produce and crafts markets. It’s a great base for exploring St. Martin’s secluded beaches as well as its more vibrant and family friendly ones. Marigot is within easy reach of the famous restaurants at nearby Grand Case, said to have the Caribbean's best dining. Kept warm by favourable winds, Marigot stays nice and sunny year-round.
Grand Case – This small Saint Martin town is famous for it long sandy ribbon of beach with its calm waters, and for its mile-long restaurant row, a selection of eateries that has collectively come to be known as the Restaurant Capital of the Caribbean.
Orient Beach – The most popular and famous beach on Saint Martin, known for its two miles of outstanding natural beauty, astonishing marine reserve that allows some incredible snorkelling, and its southern end where beachwear is optional. The coast is also dotted with small islands, such as Caye Verte, Tintamarre and Pinel. The bay is almost always lined with tiki huts and colourful beach chairs, and is known by many as the St Tropez of St Martin.