When thinking of St. Barts, the glitz and glamour of the French Riviera come to mind (this is a French island, after all) but the charm and warmth of its people is what makes St. Barts unique. Known for beaches, shopping, and the spectacular sunshine, St Barts is an exceptional destination long favored by the rich and famous. Regardless of whether you know it as St. Barts, St. Bart’s, San Berthelemy or St. Batholomew, this Caribbean island is perfect for your next luxury escape.
Boasting countless beaches, it may be a challenge for you to choose which ones you’ll visit. Whether you crave serene calm waters that are easy to snorkel in, wild currents perfect for surfing, or quiet coves that are off the beaten path, St. Barts has all of those and more.
Of course, being a French island, St. Barts is known for its shopping and food scene as well. This duty-free paradise is home to familiar designer boutiques and you will have no trouble finding a few treasures to bring home. St. Barts also has a bustling culinary scene with up and coming chefs trying to make their mark in the gourmet world. With a sea full of wonderful fish and shellfish at their doorstep, the chefs of the island make the goal of a memorable meal an easy one to accomplish.
St. Barts is captivating in its alluring glamour and mystique, yet down to earth enough to make you return to this island paradise over and over. Come and see for yourself what makes St. Barts a top destination! Contact Time & Place today to book your next unforgettable luxury vacation.
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