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museumIn between partying, swimming, eating and drinking, find some time to visit the museum in Marigot and see some of our past. Yes, we are a small island but we have a long and rich history.Christophe, the museum curator also publishes an historical magazine, “Heritage” and yes, one of the editions dealt with Loterie Farm http://issuu.com/xtofsxm/docs/heritage_11

SMIAntonio has some great places to stay on Saint Martin and North Eastern Caribbean, both the permanent variety as well as short term.Rental-Butler-button
Need somewhere to stay? Check out Caribbean Villa Rentals for a great stay in Saint Martin.
booktopBoktop is a great place to stay on the Dutch side with a fabulous view. All eco friendly and at the same time luxurious.

nature-foundationNature Foundation St. Maarten too, well worth a visit as well.
smallzenzoneHere at Loterie Farm, expect nothing less than the magic of Mother Nature .
epicEnvironmental Protection In the Caribbean (EPIC) do a lot of work researching, educating and protecting our precious nature with a strong focus on our feathered friends.

tourist-officeFrench St. Martin Tourist Office

tourist-office-dutchDutch St. Maarten Tourist Office

After you have done all that we have to do at Loterie Farm (could take a while:) and you need that salt spray, head down to Orient Bay and say hello to Albert at Waikiki Beach.
Friends of the environment are of course our friends as well. If you need any help in planting your own garden or if you want to participate in their projects in Saint Martin, check out Good 2 Go. We, your neighbors, the earth and your clean conscious will thank you.
If you need, or want, a massage here while visiting St. Martin and Loterie Farm, Brian Lecointre is your man. You can either contact us here at Loterie Farm to arrange for a
massage or contact Brian on his website directly
@ http://www.atouchofhandz.com/ for a great relaxing massage.