St barts homes

For your next holiday you want a joyful location in the Caribbean? A St Barts’ home is then a must.

Water sports are numerous on Saint Barth: surfing, windsurfing and sailing. The place is considered the ideal spot for scuba diving, snorkeling (along the coral reef), hiking, and horse riding. It offers as well some of the most impressive natural sights to explore in the Caribbean, since it is popular for its variety of wildlife and rich collection of plants, such as lilies, orchids, mahogany and palm trees. French is the official language there, but large parts of the 8500 residents speak English. Having a St Barts' Home implies that you are more favoring ecotourism than seeking nightlife or rambling beaches, due to the very cool atmosphere.

You would like to unwind in a cheerful tropical environment?

St Bart' varied culture stands out prominently for its elaborate festivals both lively and refined. The Music festival takes place in January and the Carnival in February, not to mention the various parties that spontaneously flourish along the year along with the fishing tournaments. More cultural aspects need to be mentioned here: with a choice of museums, churches, lighthouse and artifacts, you have ample time to get acquainted with the history of St Barth, that has known many conquerors before being finally handed over to France. Of course, the best method of transportation between your St Barts' home and the rest of the island is to rent a car from one of the many car hire companies that are located at the airport, in St Jean.