Follow our guide to find the perfect spot in paradise – and don’t forget to book ahead during peak season.
After partying the night away on the beach, there’s nothing better than detoxing the next day at one of St Barts incredible spas.
St Barts has a wealth of enticing cocktail bars, live music venues and clubs to enjoy.
Whether you’re hopping between bays, hiking to a secluded cove or taking a dip in the pools of water left at low tide, exploring St Barts on foot is endlessly rewarding.
Believe it or not, you can still find little coves where there aren’t any bars or restaurants. Our recommendation? Pick one, pack a picnic and prepare to fall in love.
You simply can’t visit the Caribbean without getting out on the water, and hiring a catamaran is the ultimate indulgence.
St Barts has so many fantastic beaches for catching waves, but let’s face it, a surfboard isn’t the most travel-friendly of luggage items.
Shopping is serious business in St Barts – and this has a lot to do with its Duty Free status.