St. Barthélemy

With practice, negotiating St. Barth's narrow, steep roads soon becomes fun. Infrastructure upgrades and small, responsive rental cars have improved driving. Free maps are everywhere, and roads are smooth and well marked. The tourist office has annotated maps with walking tours that highlight sights of interest.

With practice, negotiating St. Barth's narrow, steep roads soon becomes fun. Infrastructure upgrades and small, responsive rental cars have improved driving. Free maps are everywhere, and roads are smooth and well marked. The tourist office has annotated maps with walki
With practice, negotiating St. Barth's narrow, steep roads soon becomes fun. Infrastructure upgrades and small, responsi

With practice, negotiating St. Barth's narrow, steep roads soon becomes fun. Infrastructure upgrades and small, responsive rental cars have improved driving. Free maps are everywhere, and roads are smooth and well marked. The tourist office has annotated maps with walking tours that highlight sights of interest.

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  • Anse de Grande Saline

    1. Anse de Grande Saline

    Beach–Sight

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

    Anse de Grande Saline
  • 2. Anse à Colombier

    Beach–Sight

    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

  • Anse de Grand Cul de Sac

    3. Anse de Grand Cul de Sac

    Beach–Sight

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

    Anse de Grand Cul de Sac
  • 4. Anse de Lorient

    Beach–Sight

    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

    Beach–Sight

    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

  • Anse du Gouverneur

    6. Anse du Gouverneur

    Beach–Sight

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

    Anse du Gouverneur
  • Baie de St-Jean

    7. Baie de St-Jean

    Beach–Sight

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

    Baie de St-Jean
  • 8. Le Musée Territorial, Wall House

    Museum/Gallery

    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

    Museum/Gallery

    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

    Museum/Gallery

    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

    House/Mansion/Villa

    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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