St Maarten is located in the northeast of the Caribbean, some 300 km east of Puerto Rico. St Maarten is a small island, the total area of which is fourteen square miles. It is the smallest, inhabited, marine island to be divided between two nations, France and the Netherlands Antilles. The island area of St Martin, or St Maarten, belongs to the Netherlands Antilles and France has the northern half of the island, known as the Collectivity of St Martin or the Collectivité de Saint-Martin. The two territories together are commonly known as St Martin/St Maarten. The Island’s main airport is called the Princess Juliana International and this name is also used when referring to the island. The largest city in the Island area is St. Philipsburg with a population of around 1330, while the largest in the northern half of the island is called Marigot with a population of just under 5,400.