St. Barts | Destination overview
St. Barthelemy is the official handle of this glitzy, ritzy resort. But everybody calls it St Barts. It is the first choice for the champagne and caviar set who pour their cash and cachet into St Barts with ever-increasing enthusiasm. You can engage in the usual Caribbean rainbow of watersports. As befits a French island, epicures will be treated to some of the finest cuisine on earth. Although French is the official lingo, English is widely used.
Les Ilets de la Plage - This tiny enclave tucked away in the far corner of the
beautiful St Jean Bay has eleven secluded villas, with a mixture of
one, two and three bedrooms either on the beach itself or
amongst the hillside's lush tropical gardens with spectacular
views over St Jean Bay.
Overlooking St Jean Bay and set
Cheval Blanc St-Barth Isle de France - Set on the Flamands Bay, widely regarded as the island's
finest, the iconic Cheval Blan St-Barth Isle de France is home to
40 beautifully appointed rooms, suites and villas, with
panoramic beach views or nestled in the lush gardens.
Blue skies, light offshore breezes cooling the tropical sun
Eden Rock - St Barths - Eden Rock - St Barths is located on a rocky promontory and
surrounded by white coral sandy beaches, clear blue sea and a lovely
coral reef full of wild sea life. All of this on the independent
and celebrated French island of St Barths which is located 15
kilometers southeast of St. Martin. Eden Rock is a member of Oetker
All about St. Barts
When Christopher Columbus sailed past this island in 1493, he said a mouthful by naming the place for St Bartholomew. When the French took over, the island eventually became ritzy, glitzy St Bartholemy. The Columbian mouthful finally evolved into St ... continue
Full-service villa booking
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