Baie Rouge, St Martin

Baie Rouge, St Martin

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Our 2018 property listings offer a large selection of 1,280 vacation rentals near Baie Rouge. From 590 villas to 384 houses, find a unique house rental for you to enjoy a memorable stay with your family and friends. The best places to stay near Baie Rouge for a holiday or a weekend are on HomeAway.

A beautiful bay that's more blue than red

While it's not red as its name implies, Baie Rouge is indeed a bay on the French side of Saint Martin. It's in the Terres Basses or lowlands region on the island's western corner. With Baie Rouge vacation rentals, you have the privilege of residing near or on the island's calmest and prettiest beaches, like the kind you should definitely write home about. And shhh, don't tell this to the Dutch side, but the French side's a little quieter—and sometimes a little less clothed, if you prefer to let it all hang out!

Bare it all at the beach and say yum to exotic rum

Baie Rouge vacation rentals are near or on wide stretches of sand and warm, calm water that's perfect for swimming. And if it's a little hot for you, many of the French-side beaches are clothing optional, so you can peel off a layer. You won't be feeling shy after you've imbibed the island's signature liqueur, Guavaberry rum. Try a sunset cruise out of the Simpson Bay lagoon and, if you want to play cards, check out the lively casinos on the Dutch side.

This view is the ultimate adrenaline rush

For an adrenaline rush, head over to nearby Maho Beach to experience jets flying just above your head as they come in to land. And the Devil's Hole rock formation, carved out in the sea cliffs, is also cool. Pose for your close-up at the island's highest point, the 1,400-foot Pic du Paradis, or go ziplining through Loterie Park. For foodies, the town of Grand Case and the French capital city of Marigot have some fantastic restaurants that feature the French, Creole, and West Indian cuisines that make St. Martin famous.

Baie Rouge is summery with a few days of thunder

With highs in the 80s and lows in the 70s, it's summery for the whole year. When it rains or thunderstorms, it's usually between August and November. Coincidentally, that's also hurricane season and, like most places in this area of the globe, Baie Rouge gets hit from time to time. These late summer and fall months are the hottest time for a Baie Rouge vacation rental, when temps sometimes reach the scorching upper 90s. Most people come here between December and May, when the weather's dry and hot enough for a jump in the warm sea to still feel refreshing.

How do they fit in all the wildlife on this tiny island?

Baie Rouge is a perfect beach area, sheltered by the Falaise des Oiseaux (Bird Cliffs) to the west and Devil's Hole rock formations to the east. On a clear day, you can see the neighboring island of Anguilla. Pic du Paradis is the island's highest point (1,400 feet), and centered in a chain of hills. The island's 37 square miles are divided nearly in half between the French and the Dutch side. Each side has stunning scenery, from harbors and rocky coves to white-sand beaches and seaside bluffs. These are crucial habitats for the island's 100-plus bird species.