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The most popular beach on the French side of St. Martin.

The French side of the island (north) is Saint Martin and the Dutch side (south) is St Maarten.  This beach is located in the north and is one of the most popular beaches on the island.  There are lots of water activities to try like sailing and jet skiing.  There is a fee for renting beach chairs and umbrellas.  

Orient Bay was one of the places devastated by Hurricane Irma, and is slowing recovering.

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