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Places to stay
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Restaurants, Shopping, Water Activities and much more!
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Le Barthélemy Hotel & Spa
Le Barthélemy Hotel & Spa is recognized as the No. 1 Resort in the Caribbean
Coral Beach Club
Only resorts offering the highest level of luxury living, including Coral Beach Club, are part of the collection. That means that as an owner of Coral Beach Club, you can exchange your vacation time to visit other Preferred Residences’ distinctive properties, in the most desirable destinations throughout the world.
Oyster Bay Beach Resort
Le Barthélemy Hotel & Spa
Le Barthélemy Hotel & Spa is recognized as the No. 1 Resort in the Caribbean.
Rosewood Le Guanahani St Barth
Rosewood Le Guanahani St. Barth is a haven of casual luxury, comfort, and elegance, cherished for its authentic reflection of the islands. Within this captivating landscape, vibrantly hued guest cottages are scattered along garden paths that wind through lush bougainvillea, hibiscus, and palms beside the sweeping beaches and reef-protected lagoon.
Things To Do
Entertainment or Unique Tours:
Tours, Parks, shopping, dining, and many more
- Balata Botanical garden
- Les Salines
- Les Trois-lets
- Boat Tours at Pointe du Bout
- Chateau Dubuc and the Caravelle Peninsula
- Route de la Trace to Morne Rouge
- Musee de la Pagar
- Zoo Martinique and Le Carbet
- Sainte Anne
- Hiking on Mt. Pelee
- Diamond Rock
- Gorges de la Falaise
Island has many Festivals, Sports, Spa, Beaches, Shopping and nightlife.
- Festival of Gustavia held in August, an occasion of dragnet fishing and partying
- St. Barth Carnival is held in February / March held for two weeks before Ash Wednesday
- Festival Gastronomique (April)
- Yacht Festival (May)
Lime & Dine:
Accra’s. This is a dish you will find all over the island and it is simply salt cod fritters served in a spicy sauce.
- 1.Anse Couleuvre
- 3. Madiana
- 4. Anse Noire
- 5. Grande Anse du Diamant (Dizac)
- 6. Pointe marin
- 7. Grande Anse des Salines
- 8. Cap Macre (Anse Baleine, Anse Four a Chaux)
For water sports lovers Surfing, Kitesurfing, Swimming, Sailing, Paddling, Diving, and Snorkeling are the options available
Side of Driving : Right
Bike & Scooter Rentals:
Bike scooters, motorcycles are available at various hotels and ports.
Taxi services are available plenty. Some links are here below
Since it's a small island there is no public transport.
Wheelchair accessible accommodation available
Airport: St.Barth island has its airport Gustaf Airport. Airlines such as Air Antilles, Winair.
By sea: Ferries and Cruises can be traveled from St.Maarten island.
St. Barth or St.Bart or Saint Barthélemy is the island of the overseas collectivity of the French in the Caribbean sea.
Population: 9,793 (2017 Census)
Area: 25 km2 (9.7 sq mi)
Language: Dutch. English, Spanish, Papiamento
Currency: United States Dollar (USD), EURO
Barth was originally inhabited by Arawak Indians; they were followed by the Caribs. Saint Barthélemy is now a French commune forming part of Guadeloupe.
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