Turn right as you exit the airport and follow the road around the end of the runway. Head throught Simpson Bay, crossing the Dutch drawbridge into Cole Bay, going past the Royal Palm Resort. At the next rotary take the first turnoff heading up the hill toward Philipsburg. Enjoy the view of Saba as you head up Cay Hill to the rotary at the top. Go almost all the way around and head down toward the back side of Philipsburg. Take the first turnoff from the rotary at the Grand Marché Supermarket. Stop here for a great selection of groceries. Take a left at the Shell station and head around the back side of the salt pond toward the zoo. Go past the zoo and when the road ends, head left toward Oyster Pond. After a short drive there is a bad road on the right heading up the hill toward Oyster Pond. The far end is even worse than the end you can see. Ignore it and continue straight. More signs for Oyster Pond will appear. Follow them and the signs for Oyster Bay Beach Resort, taking a right, and then a quick left to the resort.
King Beau-Beau owns Beau Beau's Restaurant inside the resort and there are several restaurants within walking distance, notably Big Fish and Daniel's By the Sea. Beau-Beau's and Daniel's have chairs on Dawn Beach.
The unit is a 15 minute drive from Orient Beach, which is regularly voted one of the finest beaches in the Caribbean. The beach is a two mile stretch of sand lined with restaurants ranging from grill shacks to full service restaurants with boutiques and massage stations. It's also 15 minutes from Galion Beach, regularly voted the best beach for children and home of Tropical Wave. The Butterfly Farm is on the road to Galion Beach.
Another 10 minutes north will get you to Cul de Sac or Grand Case. Cul de Sac is the home of Sol é Luna Restaurant, one of the prettiest and best restaurants on the island. Grand Case is the gourmet capital of the Caribbean, featuring many fine restaurants and some inexpensive lolos. The beach is rather pleasant and many restaurants are open for lunch and can provide beach chairs to help you round out your afternoon.
Philipsburg is about 15 minutes to the south. It's the capital of the Dutch side and a busy cruise ship port. They have built a boardwal along two miles of beachfront and it is filled with restaurants and shops. It is also the shopping center of the island. Look for bargains on duty-free jewelry, electronics, alcohol, and perfume. All the casinos are located on the Dutch side and Philipsburg has several of them.