DescriptionThe quaint harbor town of Marigot (MAR-ee-go) is thoroughly French. The traditional architecture of wrought-iron balconies and fretwork trim is visible along its busy streets and residential roads, and a stroll among the shops and sidewalk cafes of Port la Royale transports visitors to the French Riviera. The restored ruins of 18th-century Fort St. Louis overlook Marigot's harbor, providing an excellent view; the fort can be reached on foot via the steps behind the Sous-Préfecture off rue de L'Hôpital.
Adding to the quaintness, a tree-lined promenade borders the water's edge and a series of pleasure boat slips. At the far end of the boulevard is the town marketplace.
Visitor Information St. Martin Tourist Office Rue the Sandy Ground Marigot, ST. MARTIN 97150. Phone:(590)87-57-21
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