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Oyster Pond Travel Tips

Oyster Pond Vacation Rentals Give You Access to Two Countries

St. Martin is an island territory of both France and the Netherlands, and boasts the unique feature of having an unpatrolled border between each country's "side." What this means for travelers is the ability to soak up the sun on the French side (perhaps at one of the nudist beaches like Marigot's Orient Beach) during the day, change from your swimsuit to your party clothes at your Oyster Pond vacation rental, and then hit the Dutch town of Philipsburg for a delicious dinner and hopping nightlife.

Oyster Pond Vacation Rentals Offer Close Proximity to Philipsburg

Philipsburg is the Dutch capital of St. Maarten. As a port town, cruise ships often dock here releasing people hungry for the tax free shopping. Everything from imported electronics to handmade island crafts can be found here. With all the money you'll save choosing Oyster Pond villas as accommodations, you'll be able to purchase more souvenirs. If you're not a shopaholic, Philipsburg offers more options. You can check out the views and learn local history at two Dutch Forts dating back to the 1600s. Not far from the city is the Zoo, with over two hundred animals and botanical gardens. After the sun sets behind these shimmering blue waters, the city really comes to life with music and clubs and a reputation for some of the most energetic nightlife in the whole Caribbean.

Land and Sea Fun Surrounds St. Maarten Resorts

The southern beaches of St. Maarten are sunny with white sand under your feet and blue sky above your head. Spend your days hiking, horseback riding, kayaking, swimming, fishing, snorkeling, or simply enjoying the view. After a day of island fun, eat delicious seafood in a quiet, unique atmosphere at local favorite Big Fish, or dance the night away after a buffet meal at Captain Oliver's.

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