St-Barths is located in the Caribbean Sea, 20 kilometers from St Martin. You will be caried by its turquoise sea and its sandy beaches, this little piece of southern France is a jewel in the middle of the Caribbean, just a 4-hour flight from New York.

In St-Barths, you can party, tan at the beach, or enjoy beautiful hikes. You are sure to find your happiness. The island is accessible from Saint Martin or Puerto Rico and the landing is always a unique moment to take your breath away.

At St-Barths, climate is pleasant, it is warm and sunny. Its turquoise sea and its convivial residents will welcome you throughout the year, with a service worthy of the greatest palaces.


- The Paradise Island -
This island, which is nicknamed Saint-Barth, will seduce you with its pretty houses with red-tiled roofs, its quiet pace and its unspoiled architecture.

Sheltered from mass tourism, this small island has managed to preserve its intimate and wild side. This paradisiacal setting has become in a few decades the popular meeting place of the international jet-set. Here, you will easily see celebrities strolling among the locals.

By going to one of these sixteen beaches, you may have the chance to swim with sea turtles. The beaches are also conducive to the discovery of water sports such as stand-up paddle boarding, water skiing or even kitesurfing.
■ Flamands Bay
In the north of the island, the Flamands Bay is the longest beach in Saint-Barth.

The sea is calm with a very pleasant water temperature. You can snorkel there and maybe meet some exotic fish!

Located on Flamands Beach, the iconic Cheval Blanc St-Barth Isle de France hotel perfectly combines an intimate setting, Caribbean style and French sophistication. You can enjoy a delicious lunch break in the hotel restaurant.

Calm, romanticism, white sand, calm and transparent waters are the words that define the Flamands Bay.
■ Saint-Jean Bay
Located near the small airport and in the north of the island, the bay of Saint-Jean is the heart of the island, it is also one of the longest and most famous beaches on the island !

Small planes fly over the bay every day and are part of the setting but in no way spoil the beauty of the beach. Saint-Jean beach can also be the starting point for practicing many water activities such as snorkeling, paddle boarding and boat trips.

Located on the magnificent beach of St Jean, a few steps from the 5-star Eden Rock hotel, is also the Nikki Beach Saint Barth known for its famous festive days, accompanied by non-stop music for the enjoyment of all.
■ Gouverneur Bay
Gouverneur bay is a beach that has managed to keep and preserve its peacefulness. There are no bars or restaurants around this beach, which gives it this incredible charm.

The Atlantic Ocean offers a shade of blue that only St Barth has the secret. Gouverneur Beach is indeed one of the most beautiful on the island. You can easily access this beach, which is located at the end of an uncrowded road.
■ Shell Bay
This beach is located at the bottom of a rocky creek a 5-minute walk from the center of Gustavia.

As its name suggests, it is a seashell beach with nearby natural diving boards of different heights. The water is crystal clear, take your masks and snorkels to admire the various fish that gather under the rocks at the bottom of the water, a few meters from the beach.
■ Lorient Bay
Closed by the coral reef, this beach is popular with families for swimming in peace.

It is also a beach very coveted by surfers, the offshore waves offer magnificent "rollers", each higher and more beautiful than the next.

This family beach is also shaded in the morning by the typical seaside grape trees.
■ Corrossol Bay
This small fishing village, located a few kilometers north of Gustavia, has preserved the soul of this pearl of the Antilles. Corossol still provides some insight into the traditional island lifestyle.

In a charming bay with a brown sand beach, the small port of Corossol takes on the air of paradise. There are traditional boats, dories, and lobster traps waiting to be thrown into the water.
■ Saline Bay
Saline beach is the second largest beach on the island, after Flamands beach. It is also one of the most famous in Saint Barth.

Access to this beach is via a path ending with a descent into the sand that opens onto the beach. In fact, it is one of the few beaches where you can feel alone in the world.

Appreciated for its rugged beauty and tranquility, it is also popular with walkers and swimmers.
■ Colombier Bay
Wonderful beach that must be earned: access is only after a twenty-minute walk, following a small path that borders the cliff, or more comfortably by accessing the sea by private boat.

From this beach, you can meet many land turtles. And once in the water, admire sea turtles, rays, parrot fish and more.

You will then be alone in the world, in transparent turquoise waters, a real moment of guaranteed happiness. Remember to take water and food with you.

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