Lune De Miel – St Martin Villas

Lune de Miel villa is located on a lush hillside, on two-and-a-half acres of the French Lowlands known as Terres Basses. Inspired by its name (“honeymoon” in French), this charming news estate offers a private romantic getaway with luxurious accommodations. A unique wraparound pool is constructed with small blue tiles that mirror the sapphire blue waters of the sea. This fabulous pool, with nearby gazebo, is framed with verdant hedges and a lovely stone wall, providing total privacy. The closest beach is Baie Longue, whose waters are calm and clear, ideal for both snorkelers and casual swimmers.

Features and Amenities

The interiors of this St. Martin villa rental are clean and classic, with beautiful rattan furnishings highlighted with large linen cushions. Travertine flooring runs throughout. The charming living space opens through two large sliding glass doors to the pool deck, furnished with chaise longues and roll pillows. A lovely gourmet kitchen opens to the grand terrace, which allows fabulous alfresco dinners. The spacious master bedroom is beautifully furnished with a king-size bed, air conditioning and ceiling fan. The bathroom has a gorgeous stone-laid indoor/outdoor shower with built-in bench.

One of the most scenic St. Martin villa rentals, Lune de Miel has a sitting area that opens to the large columned terrace, where guests can enjoy evening cocktails. A tranquil sitting area offers a plasma television, DVD player and satellite cable. Maid service is available six days a week. Activities offered outside the gates of Lune de Miel include deep-sea diving, surfing, windsurfing, parasailing, kayaking and daily excursions. Duty-free shopping is offered throughout this charming island paradise.


The smallest island in the world ever to have been partitioned between two different nations, St. Martin/St. Maarten has been shared by the French and the Dutch in a spirit of neighborly cooperation and mutual friendship for almost 350 years.

The border is almost imperceptible. and people cross back and forth without ever realizing they are entering a new country. There are four boundries, Belle Vue / Cole Bay, French Quarter / Dutch Quarter, Low Lands / Copecoy and Oyster Pond, testifying to centuries of peaceful cohabitation and the treaty that made the arrangement possible.

All the same, each side has managed to retain much of the distinctiveness of its own national culture. The French tend to emphasize comfort and elegance. The beaches are secluded, the luxury resorts provide lavish accommodations, and the restaurants offer the finest dining experiences anywhere in the Caribbean. The latest French fashions can be found in many of the shops, and the smell of fresh croissants and pastries mixes everywhere with the spicy aromas of West Indian cooking. Small caf├ęs and charming bistros add a decidedly Gaelic and cosmopolitan flair to the place. On the whole the atmosphere remains very relaxed.

On the other hand, St. Maarten with its busy cruise port and bustling commercial district, has long been an active center for trade and tourism. More developed and at the same time more informal, it is very Dutch in flavor and still has strong ties with fellow compatriots in the other Netherlands Antilles. Between the two different cultures in St. Martin and St. Maarten, vacationers will be able to find just about every kind of activity they might want for a perfect holiday in the sun.

Located midway through the chain of islands in the Caribbean, just as the Antilles begin to curve to the south, St. Martin is sunny and warm year-round, averaging 82 degrees Fahrenheit in summer and just 2 degrees cooler in winter. The island is buffeted by cooling trade winds that keep things temperate all year long. Average annual rainfall comes to about 45 inches, most of which occurs around late summer and early fall.