Where to stay around Saint-Martin?

Our 2019 property listings offer a large selection of 2,596 vacation rentals near Saint-Martin. From 180 Houses to 2 Bungalows, find a unique house rental for you to enjoy a memorable stay with your family and friends. The best places to stay near Saint-Martin for a holiday or a weekend are on HomeAway.

Can I rent Houses in Saint-Martin?

Yes, of course. HomeAway has 180 Houses in Saint-Martin. Our other popular types of vacation rentals in Saint-Martin include:

  • Bungalows: 2 rentals available
  • Cabins: 2 rentals available
  • Cottages: 2 rentals available

But you can also enjoy a great stay in one of our other vacation rentals including Studios and more.

Can I find a vacation rental with pool in Saint-Martin?

Yes, you can select your preferred vacation rental with pool among our 392 vacation rentals with pool available in Saint-Martin. Please use our search bar to access the selection of vacation rentals available.

    A picture-perfect village in the heart of the Swiss Alps

    Maybe you grew up reading Heidi or glimpsing Alpine villages on TV. Wherever your image of Switzerland came from, Saint-Martin is likely what you're picturing, with clusters of quaint cottages along charming streets. A municipality in the canton of Valais, Saint-Martin is technically made up of seven villages and a pair of hamlets, each more picturesque than the next. Dairy farms and forests dot the valleys that lay between the towering peaks of the world-famous Alps. A Saint-Martin vacation rental is a once-in-a-lifetime escape for fans of skiing and mountaineering, or anyone who just loves the snow.

    The mountains are calling your name

    The Alps are synonymous with skiing, and Saint-Martin is no exception. There are numerous top-notch resorts in the area that draw downhill daredevils and snowboarders from around the world (even in summer), not to mention the 40 luge tracks scattered through the canton. Lac du Louche is paradise for hikers looking to take in the fresh Alpine air. Of course, mountains also mean mountaineering, so don't forget those crampons. For a taste of local life, the villages are still big on traditional communal culture, hosting local cookouts and gatherings several times a year.

    Scenic rocks and ancient castles in a skier's paradise

    Skiers and snowboarders will be in heaven at a Saint-Martin vacation rental, with more ski resorts nearby than you could possibly tackle in a single trip. Some of the closest include Thyon, Grimentz, and Nax-Mont Noble. While the slopes are fantastic, the apres-ski is just as enticing, especially in the cold winter months. Lac du Louche is a stunning alternative for those who prefer hiking. Nearby you'll find the Pyramides d'Euseigne, unique Alpine rock formations (and protected monuments). For a manmade wonder, check out the 13th-century Chateau de Tourbillon in the hills overlooking Sion.

    Welcome to the land of sunshine

    Sun, sun, and more sun -- that's what you'll find at a Saint-Martin vacation rental. One of the warmest and driest regions of Switzerland, Valais enjoys an impressive 300 days of sunshine every year. Down in the valleys, temperatures usually peak in the 70s between May and September, when you'll only see snow high in the mountains (don't worry, you can ski year round). That's not the case in the winter months of November to March, when the towns are blanketed under feet of the white stuff and temps can be well below freezing, so be sure to pack your warmest coat.

    Fresh Alpine breezes from the mountains to the valleys

    Chances are you're coming to Valais for the stunning mountain views, and Saint-Martin has them in spades. The soaring peaks of the Alps unquestionably dominate the landscape, but don't forget to stop and enjoy the beauty in front of you and beneath your feet. The verdant valleys radiating off of the central Rhone River valley are home to picturesque dairy farms, mountain lakes, and forests full of wildlife. Valais also lays claim to the most famous Alp of the them all, the Matterhorn, with its unmistakable pyramid-shaped peak.