St. Barthélemy

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  • 1. Anse de Grande Saline


    With its peaceful seclusion and sandy ocean bottom, this is just about everyone's favorite beach and is great for swimming,...Read More

  • 2. Anse à Colombier


    The beach here is the island's least accessible, thus the most private; to reach it you must take either a rocky footpath from...Read More

  • 3. Anse de Grand Cul de Sac


    The shallow, reef-protected beach is nice for small children, fly-fishermen, kayakers, and windsurfers—and for the amusing pelican...Read More

  • 4. Anse de Lorient


    This beach is popular with families and surfers, who like its waves and central location. Be aware of the level of the tide...Read More

  • 5. Anse des Flamands


    This is the most beautiful of the hotel beaches—a roomy strip of silken sand. Come here for lunch and then spend the afternoon...Read More

  • 6. Anse du Gouverneur


    Because it's so secluded, this beach is a popular place for nude sunbathing. Truly beautiful, it has blissful swimming and views...Read More

  • 7. Baie de St-Jean


    Like a mini–Côte d'Azur—beachside bistros, terrific shopping, bungalow hotels, bronzed bodies, windsurfing, and day-trippers...Read More

  • 8. Le Musée Territorial, Wall House


    On the far side of the harbor known as La Pointe, the charming Municipal Museum has watercolors, portraits, photographs, traditional costumes...Read More

  • 9. Le P'tit Collectionneur


    Encouraged by family and friends, André Berry opened this private museum to showcase his lifelong passion for collecting fascinating objects...Read More

  • 10. Inter Oceans Museum/Museum of Shells


    Ingenu Magras's Inter Oceans Museum has more than 9,000 seashells and an intriguing collection of sand samples from around the world. You can...Read More

  • 11. Le Manoir

    Historic Home

    One of St. Barth's secrets is Le Manoir, a 1610 Norman manor, now a guesthouse, which was painstakingly shipped from France and reconstructed...Read More

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