Marigot is the main city on the French side of the island of Saint-Martin, in the West Indies.Situated on the west coast of the island, it extends along the Bay of Marigot and is surrounded by the lagoon of Simpson Bay. Bordered by the Caribbean Sea, this colonial town is overlooked by a fort - Fort St Louis - built in 1776 to protect the island from British attacks.
Marigot is a cosmopolitan and pleasant town where trendy restaurants mix with typical shops. Making the most of its free-port status, Marigot has become a duty-free shopping paradise. The warm atmosphere, explosion of colours and scents and lively spirit reigning there make it a must-see place when stopping over on the island of Saint Martin.
Outside the city, the lagoon is bordered by heavenly beaches. Like all islands boasting dream beaches and bordered by palm trees, it is a perfect spot for lazing about and sunbathing.
The harbour of Marigot is very close to the airport and the journey only lasts about 15 minutes. You will find a taxi upon arrival without difficulty. Extremely easy to access, Marina Fort Louis is located on the seafront of Marigot, at the heart of all the shops and restaurants. You will find all the necessary amenities and facilities to enjoy a pleasant and peaceful stop.
You will also be able to make a stopover at Marina Port-La-Royale, which is equally accessible and very sheltered, in the lagoon of Simpson Bay. You can enter this marina via the Sandy Ground bridge or the Simpson Bay Bridge. Marigot is an ideal starting point to discover the Greater Antilles Archipelago or to make a stopover at the heart of the Caribbean during your cruise.
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