Saba | Destination overview
Just a short ferry ride from Dutch St Maarten is another Dutch treat called Saba. This island cone of an extinct volcano is lush, green and hilly with outrageous undersea coral gardens and picture-postcard hamlets and villages. Saba is a special high for nature lovers. There is only one road, appropriately called The Road. So you can't get lost on this five-square-mile isle once owned by France, Spain and Great Britain but now an overseas part of The Netherlands.
Queen's Gardens Resort - The Queen's Gardens Resort is a lovely four star
accommodation located on an elevation of 1200 feet on Troy Hill. The
Queen's Gardens offers Suites with a magnificent view over the
mountains, the sea and "The Bottom" the capital village of Saba. It
is a quiet and peaceful place, surrounded by a beautiful
Scout's Place Hotel - Scout's Place newest addition to the hotel is the
luxurious furnished Pirate Cottage. Two spacious bedroom, full
equipped kitchen and a splendid nice room with DVD player, music
system and cable TV. Porch with ocean view. The cottage is
located in walking distance from most shops, supermarkets, tourist
Daphne's Cottage - Charming cottage with two bedrooms, beautifully
refurbished in 2002. Large, private garden yard. Enjoy constant
breezes and panoramic views of the town, ocean and Mt. Scenery.
Conveniently located in Windwardside, the cottage is only a few minutes
walk to several restaurants, shops and grocery stores.
All about Saba
The smallest of the three Windward Islands that comprise the Netherlands Antilles is huge in charm, spectacular mountain climbing, scuba diving, hiking, outdoor living, and scenic views. For the latter, walk the 1,064 steps to the top of Mt Scenery. On a ... continue