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To buy this map:

$12,95 USD each
Shipping included
All currencies,
credit cards accepted
This map is now available from our
U.S. distributor

or from our
retail partners in St. Martin.
A new edition is in the works.
Map cover Map cover

Collectivité de Saint-Martin
Caraïbes françaises / French West Indies

Plan des rues avec index, sentiers de randonnée, pistes cyclables et sites de plongée

Sint Maarten
Dutch Caribbean / Caraïbes néerlandaises

Road Map with Street Index, Hiking Trails, Biking Routes and Diving Sites

[1 : 15 000] (2017)

The most recent edition of the first and only complete road map of the French-Dutch island of Saint-Martin/Sint Maarten renders all known roads and streets with their names; indicates hiking trails, biking routes and diving sites; maps restaurants and hotels; features insets of the Marigot and Philipsburg capitals, as well as Tintamarre Island. Street, hotel, and restaurant indexes are printed on the reverse side of the map.


  • Street and road additions, incl. Simpson Bay Causeway;
  • Over 200 restaurants and hotels mapped and indexed;
  • Tintamarre island inset;
  • Biking routes;
  • Birding and turtle nesting sites, other natural attractions;
  • Snorkeling sites;
  • Kayaking trails;
  • More historic sites, with dates;
  • More diving sites, diving site depths;
  • More hiking trails;
  • More scenic views.

The map is sold folded and is designed for easy opening and refolding. Its full unfolded format is 34 7/8" x 40 1/2" (88.5 cm x 103 cm). Folded, the map measures 5 1/8" x 8 3/4" (13 cm x 22 cm).

List of map features:

  • Attractive full color layout;
  • Rich topographic detail;
  • Symbol key and scale;
  • Insets of both capital cities and Tintamarre Island, main and secondary roads, hotels and restaurants, sugar mill vestiges and other historic sites, diving sites and depths, snorkeling sites, shipwrecks, mooring locations, hiking trails, biking routes, kayaking trails, beaches, reefs, geological formations, natural attractions and reserves, bird-watching areas, sea turtle nesting sites, melocactus fields, national and international airports, bridges, lighthouses, marinas, ports, ferry lines, churches, cemeteries, parking areas, gas stations, tourist offices, information panels, and other points of interest;
  • Depth curves, soundings in meters, longitude and latitude lines and other identifiers.

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