ST BARTHELEMY

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Where to stay in St Barts?:

There are many great places to stay on the beautiful island of St Baths, we have highlighted a few in the presentation above. It is such a small friendly island, all places are lovely, it really is just about finding the place that most suits your lifestyle choices. Modern, Quaint or Quite and Opulent, St Barths has it all!

The unrivaled beaches of St Barthelemy:

There are fourteen beaches on St. Barths, all boasting gleaming white sand. Few are crowded, even in peak season. All are public and free. Nudism is ostensibly prohibited, though topless bathing is not unusual.For beaches with hotels, restaurants, and water sports, try Grand Cul de Sac also does St. Jean, which is actually two beaches divided by the Eden Rock Hotel.
There is a smattering of hotels and restaurants at Flamands, a huge stretch of white sand fringed with lantier palms.

The village of Corossol borders on a stunning beach that serves the practical purpose of a fishing port.The beaches of Marigot and Lorient are secluded and quiet, favored on Sundays by local island families. Petit Cul de Sac is secluded, and usually very quiet, Toiny is wild and naturally beautiful, a destination for the rugged nature lover. Gouverneur is serene.

Saline is well worth the hike over the tall sand dune. Shell Beach can be reached by foot right from Gustavia; Public, pronounced “poobleek”, near the commercial pier, is fine for a quick dip in the azure ocean. Hardest to get to is Colombier, reachable by boat from Gustavia or by a half- hour hike down a scenic path, again a well worth excursion into a natural setting.