Living St Barths
Welcome to St. Barths
The art of being an island
Discover this jewel of the French Caribbean. St Barths, or St Barts (and we say St barth in french), welcomes you every day on its 25km². Its tropical climate offers an annual average temperature of 28°C (82°F) and a sea at 27°C (81°F).
Visit Gustavia, a harbor town rich in history and explore the picturesque countryside and beautiful white beaches. Clean, classy, and blooming with tropical flowers.
St Barths is not to be missed!
TO SEE DURING YOUR TRIP
Leaving from Marigot to St Barths, you have a bonus tour around St. Martin (depends of weather)!
You will pass the beaches of the Low Lands (Baie Rouge, Plum Bay, Long Bay) and then continue along the southern coast of the Island, passing Cupecoy, Mullet Bay, Simpson Bay, and Great Bay (Philipsburg). From St. Barths (always more comfortable) you will see St. Martin’s northern coast, Orient Bay, the Island of Tintamarre, Anse Marcel, Grand Case, Friar’s Bay and Marigot!
Leaving from Oyster Pond to St Barths, you will pass Ile Fourche and the Groupers before arriving in the picturesque harbor of Gustavia, capital of St Barths.
Perhaps you will be lucky enough to see whales and flying fish during the trip!
More about St. Barths
Find the main points of interest on this interactive map
Shells and white sandy beach, in Gustavia
Jet set lair in St Jean!
Col de la tourmente
Anse du Grand Colombier
Wasteland beach, only accessible by boat or on foot
Flowered cemeteries, with a high color!
Little walk to get there from Anse du Toiny
Anse de Grand Fond
A wonderful valley
Old style saltmanufacturing
It gets pink when the water level is low…
White sand and turquoise water…
Grande Saline beach
Gorgeous arrival on this white sand and turquoise water