Saint Martin

October 29th to November 4th

Live a unique sports experience with international coaches and players on the beautiful beaches of Caribbean French island St Martin








the time of your life!

Saint Martin: Caribbean best kept secret french island

Nestling between the Atlantic Ocean and Caribbean Sea, the island of St. Martin is a unique and deliciously captivating territory full of surprises. Easily accessible from most major international airports, St. Martin offers its guests an unspoilt natural environment between land and sea. Come and explore the natural beauty of the island’s landscapes and authentic sight-seeing locations.

The “Friendly Island” will also charm you with its joyous, multicultural atmosphere, festive nightlife, and fusion cuisine of French, Creole, and other exotic flavors.
With 37 beaches on the island, treat yourself to a culinary or action-packed adventure, or just some rest and relaxation in the Caribbean sun! Get ready for an experience like no other!

The best island to enjoy your Beach volleyball experience with all the BVAW stars!


Be part of the largest amateur Beach Volleyball gathering!

Live a unique sports experience with international professional coaches and players in a stress-free environment. You´ll have lots of techniques practices, skills training, good music and fun!

Program Training 2022

29 October to 3 November


Sunday 29 October

Arrival day

Welcome meeting & Free play

Monday 30 October


appointment for everyone at the camps (a few words of welcome and delivery of the tank tops

9.30 to 11.30

training and free play for those who want until 12.30

from 16.00 to 19:00

second training session 

Tuesday 31 October

9:00 to 11:00

training and free play until 12:30

16:00 to 18:00

second training and free play until sunset

Wednesday 1st November

– free day to organize excursions to other islands (not included on the package price)

or visit the island of saint martin

(the prices of scooters and cars are not high for a single day or even for an entire week… we could recommend this to those who come… it’s worth it to get around, especially in the evening you can go to the Dutch side of Philipsburg, famous for its beach restaurants, nightlife, clubs and discos… and it’s only 15 minutes by car from the resort where we are)

Thursday 2 November

9:00 to 11:00

training and free play until 12:30

16:00 to 18:00

second training and free play until sunset

Friday 3 November

9:00 to 11:00

training and free play until 12:30

free afternoon to enjoy the tropical beaches

Saturday 4 Novemvber

9:00 to 11:00

training and free play until 12:30

free afternoon to enjoy the tropical beaches

Sunday 5 November

Departure day


Let’s meet in

St Martin and enjoy playing !

We’re all in the mood for BVAW, meeting cool people and having a great time. 

One of the assets of St. Martin, a favorite destination for our BVAW stars, is the impressive number of amazing and original activities on offer.

The island will surprise you again and again, and you will never run out of ideas and solutions here! There is a wide range of accommodation available, it all depends on your budget and what you’re looking for. On St. Martin, the venues and infrastructures can be adapted to fit all kinds of events. The island is the perfect place with a magical venue for beach volleyball, with ideal weather conditions all year long.

With your registration you will get very great prices  – we can provide you Hotel accommodation with our partner IDOLEM Residence


BVAW rules!


We ask all participants to read these terms, which will be continually updated and supplemented. 

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You need to be a BVAW member to participate. If you’re not, you can always apply for a year membership on the BVAW Sky.

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Our tournaments are amateur and consequently, the spirit that must distinguish the competitions is the one of friendship.

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How to arrive

Best Way to Travel to Saint Martin
There are two international airports on the island: on the Dutch side and on the French side. There are lots of regional and international flights to and from St. Martin, with the biggest airlines really putting the destination on the map, and making it easy to get there.

Almost 30 airlines fly to and from the island. The regional airlines are Air Caraïbes, Air Antilles, St-Barth Commuter, West Indies Helicopters, and Corail Helicopters for flights around the Caribbean. The international airlines that take care of the majority of medium and long-haul flights to and from St. Martin are Air France, American Airlines, Delta, United Airlines, Jet Blue, KLM, Copa Airlines, and Winair.

Flights to Saint Martin


Atlanta : 3h50 / Delta
Boston : 4h00 / Jet Blue
Charlotte : 4h00 / American Airlines
Chicago : 5h00 / United
Miami : 3h00 / American Airlines; Frontier
Fort Lauderdale : 3h00 / Spirit
New York : 4h00 / United, Jet Blue; American Airlines
Newark : 4h00 / United; Jet Blue
Philadelphia : 4h15 / American Airlines
Washington : 4h00 / United
Dallas : 5h00 / American Airlines
Orlando : 3h10 / Frontier


Montreal :  4h30 / Air Transat
Toronto : 4h30 / Air Canada; WestJet; Sunwing


Amsterdam : 9h15 / KLM
Paris 9h / Air France; Air Caraibes


Guadeloupe : 45min / Air Antilles Express; Air Caraïbes
St. Barthélemy : 15 min / St Barth Commuter; Winair;est Indies Hélicoptère
Anguilla : 10 min / Anguilla Air Services; West Indieélicoptère
San Juan : 1h / Winair
Santo Domingo : 1h15 / Air Century; Sky High Dominicana; InterCaribbean
Curacao : 1h30 / Jet Air; Winair
Antigua : 30 min / Winair; LIAT
Iles vierges britanniques / British Virgin Islands : 50 min / Winair
Dominique / Dominica : 1h00 / Winair
St Eustache/ St Eustatius : 25 min / Winair
Saba : 20 min / Winair
Montserrat : 50 min / West Indies Hélicoptère

Just choose the way to travel depending on your preferences.


Pratical information

You must have all the necessary documents (identity card, passport, visa, vaccination card) to be able to travel with peace of mind. You may be refused boarding, or entrance onto the territory if you do not have the correct documents. Be careful with expiry dates. For French citizens traveling around the regional area (from Grand Case airport to the French overseas territories, St. Barthelemy or from Paris to Grand Case airport and via Guadeloupe), an identity card is sufficient. In all other cases, you must travel with your passport because coming through Princess Juliana international airport is not considered as entering European territory.

Sint-Maarten is not European territory even if it is a part of the Kingdom of the Netherlands, it has a separate status. Depending on your nationality, you may also require a visa. Make sure you find out about all the relevant formalities before flying to St. Martin.

Useful informations

Compared to France, there is a time difference of:

  • 5 hours in the winter (from the end of October to the end of March)
  • 6 hours in the summer (from the end of March to the end of October)

Compared to New York:

  • 1 hour in the winter (from the end of October to the end of March)

Compared to universal time (GMT):

  • 4 hours’ difference.

There are more than 120 nationalities on the Friendly Island. On the French side of the island, St. Martin, the French language is used by public authorities and schools. But the locals of St. Martin speak English pretty well and it is widely spoken across the island. On the Dutch side, the official languages are Dutch and English. However, Spanish, Creole, and Papiamento are also widely spoken on both sides of the island.

The two official currencies are the euro on the French side, and the florin (NAF) or guilder on the Dutch side. However, American dollars are accepted across the island and are frequently used as currency of reference. There are several currency exchanges and banks with ATMs all over the island. Please note that there are a lot of places that do not accept checks, but most accept the main international credit cards.

On the French side: 220 Volts / 60 Hertz. European sockets.

On the Dutch side: 110 Volts / 60 Hertz. American sockets.

On both sides of the island, the stores selling electrical appliances, Hi-Fi devices and cameras also sell power converters and adapters for American and European plugs. Electrical appliances can therefore be used on both sides of the island.

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October 29th to November 5th

Let’s meet again at the beautiful caribbean beaches of Saint Martin to Beach Volley with friends and good music, all day long!

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