Take a 12 minute puddle jump from St. Martin, and you'll find yourself on the tiny island of Saba, to the south of St. Martin and St. Barths. At five square miles, it is the smallest of the Dutch Antilles, and dubbed the "Unspoiled Queen" by those who know and have been inspired by it.
The island attracts adventure seekers: hike through the tropical rainforests that soar up to 3,000 feet, or plunge into the island's blue seas for scuba diving.
Troy Hill, Saba
2 br / 2 ba
3 br / 2 ba
Visitors who stay at any of our Saba villa rentals or at the Queen's Gardens Resort enjoy an unhurried lifestyle, balmy trade-wind breezes, dramatic colors and proximity to major Leeward Island hubs. Saba features a few small local pubs and restaurants for entertainment, but its draw lies in its untrammeled beauty.
The island soars some 3,000 feet into the sky and features a tropical rainforest across its mountainous terrain with lush vegetation including orange and countless related edibles. Saba villas reap the benefits of a protected marine park with some of the best scuba diving in the Caribbean, a wealth of exotic tropical flora and fauna, a friendly population of 1,600, and—of special note—no mosquitoes whatsoever.