Saint barth

You want to get a feel for theSt Barth’s way of life? Visit our website and get to know the island’s residents.

Like in other Caribbean islands, the people there (the Saint Barths and the Metros) are particularly friendly and welcome visitors with open arms. The official language is French, but most people speak English as well. This Caribbean island, which is small (8 square miles or 21 square kilometers) includes what many consider to have the best sandy beaches in all of the region, and plenty of activities to participate in, from scuba diving and snorkeling to windsurfing. Activities available on land that don't involve St Bart's beaches include horseback riding, pétanque (or boules), tennis, and hang gliding.

For your next holiday, you want a place that relies on soft and ecological tourism?

The abundance of state-of-the-art accommodation that range from all-inclusive resorts (Saint Barthelemy villas for rent or to purchase) to traditional hotels in St Barts, point to Saint Barth as a second-to-none vacation place. Villas with private swimming pool and fitness facilities (along with massage service, either outside or in your place) can be found in the most cherished quarters of the island: Colombier, Saint Jean, Lorient, l'Anse des Cayes, Flamands, la Petite Anse, Corossol, l'Anse de Public, Shell Beach, Gouverner, to name but a few. Bars, nightclubs, themed parties and frequent cruises offer something for everyone in St Barts.