Planning a vacation to St. Maarten? Here are 7 places you might want to visit during your stay, including my favourite restaurants on the island.
St. Maarten (a.k.a. St. Martin) is tiny island in the Caribbean. It’s actually two separate countries, with a northern French side (Saint-Martin) and a southern Dutch side (Sint Maarten).
This Caribbean island is a popular cruise ship stop, known for its duty-free jewelry and liquor shops. But there’s more to the the island than just shopping. In this post, I’ll share a few of my favourite places to visit and some tips to make your stay more enjoyable.
Where to Buy Groceries in St. Maarten
109 Welfare Road Simpson Bay, St Maarten
If you’re staying at a timeshare, villa, or somewhere else that has a kitchen, you’ll probably want to grab some groceries for your stay. As much as I love trying new things, I do enjoy being able to find familiar brands if I’m going to be doing any cooking.
Market Garden is a large (if not the largest) grocery on the island, and it carries popular brands like Chobani, Fairlife, Kerrygold etc. You can find pretty much everything at Market Garden, including matches, magazines, alcohol, ice cream and bottled water.