Saint Barthélemy

Saint Barthélemy

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Tropical island getaways in Saint Barthelemy

A French-speaking Caribbean island more commonly known as St. Barts, Saint Barthelemy provides a pleasant backdrop for tropical getaways with family and friends. The Scandinavian-inspired town of Gustavia is a popular choice of base for vacations in the sun, putting a wide range of attractions and amenities close at hand, not least upmarket shopping, the 17th-century Fort Karl and a postcard-perfect marina brimming with luxury yachts and smart sailboats. For those seeking a quieter time, there's a lot to be said for checking out the Saint Barthelemy vacation rentals that are dotted along the island's northern coast.

Beach days in Saint Barthelemy

With 14 public beaches on the island, you're never far from your perfect spot on the sand. The most well-known is St. Jean, a white-sand stretch fronted by lively beach bars, though if you're hankering after a little seclusion, it's worth heading to Colombier Beach on the island's westernmost peninsula. The most untrodden stretch of sand in all of St. Barts, the scramble across pebbly trails to reach it is soon forgotten when you arrive at the boulder-strewn beachfront and catch a glimpse of sea turtles in the shore waters.

Attractions for all in Saint Barthelemy

While for many, the appeal of a Saint Barthelemy vacation rental lies in the ease of access to the island's palm-fringed beaches and isolated bays, not all visitors are content to spend their days lazing on the sand. For those craving a little action, water sports such as snorkeling, sailing and surfing are always on the agenda, while those keen on shopping can squeeze in a little retail therapy along the Madison Avenue-like Quai de la Republique. Culturally-minded travelers can admire the exhibits at Gustavia Harbor's Wall House Museum.

Seasonal appeal in Saint Barthelemy

The most popular time to visit Saint Barthelemy is from April through June. This 3-month period represents something of a sweet spot, coming straight on the heels of the pricey winter season, yet before the storms that sweep over the island in fall. No matter when you choose to enjoy a Saint Barthelemy vacation rental break, you can expect the temperature to land somewhere between the low 70s and mid-90s. The island is at its driest in winter and early spring, though the glorious weather does tend to coincide with a spike in rental rates.

Discover diverse landscapes in Saint Barthelemy

Away from the pristine beaches, you'll find the landscape of St. Barts is quite diverse. Outdoor experiences offer the chance to tour the wrecks and reefs of the island's marine park onboard a semi-submersible, while on the island's eastern side, the Toiny coast area serves up a wilder side of St. Barts. Highlights here include walking paths around the site of a former coconut plantation, a series of crystal-clear natural pools and a rocky coastline that begs to be explored.