September 3, 2012
Cupecoy, located at the southwest corner of St. Maarten, next to the French border, is nestled between Simpson Bay Lagoon and the Caribbean Sea. In this thriving and chic hotspot, the amenities are endless and highly international. Award winning restaurants run the gamut: from an ultra lounge tapas bar, to fine Italian and French cuisine, to every fusion in between. The famed Gourmet Village surrounding Atlantis Casino, where one can play in style 24/7, boasts eight fine restaurants and cafés, including the celebrated “Temptation” Phone: +599 545 2254” and “Rare Phone: +599 545 5714”.
|Condos for sale||Vacation rentals||Villas for sale||Long Term rentals|
|Cote d’Azur $165,000||The Cliff $400 p/n||House in Cupecoy $575,000||Rainbow Beach Club $2,200 p/m|
|Sapphire Penthouse $495,000||Villa Marrakesh $1,500,000||Penthouse Porto Cupecoy $3,500 p/m|
Numerous resorts line the golden sandstone cliffs of Cupecoy, each offering their own styles of bars, restaurants, shopping, and spas, including the first full-service Christian Dior Health Spa.
To add to an already full list of amenities, Cupecoy is welcoming in its newest addition of Euro-Caribbean luxury with Porto Cupecoy – a seaside village and white-glove marina inspired by the Riviera. From its international boutiques, renowned restaurants and 54 boat slips, Porto Cupecoy leaves little to be desired.
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Cupecoy Beach, lined with beautiful rock formations and caves, ranges from serenely calm waters to nice surf, depending on the wind and ocean swell. Climb up at the end of a long day in the sun, find your own private spot, and watch one of the most magnificent views of the sunset on the island.
Mullet Bay is another neighboring beach and an island favorite, still untainted by the presence of any resort. Offering a large curve stretch of white sand, with slow rolling curls of waves, and a classic backdrop of palm and seagrape trees, Mullet Bay is surely one of the prettiest beaches on St. Maarten. At the south end of the beach, Rosie’s Rib Shack offers fire grilled food, cold and frozen drinks, and beach chairs all day. For those less inclined to the social scene, a walk over to the northern end of the beach changes the setting for a more private, quiet experience. The water, always the most brilliant turquoise blue, ranges from calm, especially on the southern end of the beach, to decent surf, attracting both surfers and bathers alike.
Mullet Bay is also backed by St. Maarten’s only golf course, an 18-hole course designed by Joseph Lee in 1970. Carts and clubs are available for rent on site for your convenience in this picturesque setting.