Saint Martin is an overseas collectivity of France. It occupies the northern part of densely inhabited Caribbean island and, in spite of its small area, has diverse interesting landmarks.
- Baye Rouge natural arch - natural arch which has been created by the wave action.
- Fort Saint-Louis - largest historical monument in Saint Martin. Built in 1767.
- Grand Case - historical fishing village with many historical buildings. Small wooden buildings are painted in pastel colors.
- La Grotte du Puits de Terres Basses - comparatively large cave, with hundreds of bats living in it.
- Le Trou de David (David's Hole) - a former sinkhole at the sea, with two natural arches towards the sea. At calm weather one could swim into this sinkhole from the sea. Collapsed in December 2011.
- St. Martin Museum - museum of the history and culture of Saint Martin. Interesting is the archaeological exhibit.
List of described attractions
|Le Trou de David||Sinkholes, Natural arches|
Map of Saint Martin
Featured: Le Trou de David (collapsed)
Until recently one of most interesting natural landmarks in Saint Martin was Le Trou de David (originally - Trou du Diable). Unfortunately this magnificent sinkhole collapsed.