Best Things To Do in St. Barts
There are about 22 beaches on St. Barts, and you can usually find at least one vacationer lolling about on one of them. The best of the bunch include Anse des Flamands (for the scenery), Baie de St-Jean (for the beachside bistros) and Anse de Grand Cul-de-Sac (for the watersports). When you start to prune, dry off and stroll the shops and restaurants of the capital city, Gustavia. Stick around until the evening and enjoy a little laid-back island nightlife.
Why go: Perhaps it’s the brilliant aquamarine water or the glamorous sunbathers, but the Baie de St-Jean (or the Bay of ... read more»
Why go: Many never see this northern beach unless they're staying in a nearby hotel. And this is a real shame ... read more»
Why go: During the day, St. Barts' capital city is abuzz. Traditional sightseeing is limited; most just take to a street like ... read more»
Why go: You should try some kayaking, windsurfing, kite surfing -- even fly fishing -- at Anse de Grand Cul-de-Sac. Especially since its reef-protected ... read more»
Why go: You have to seriously want privacy to visit this remote beach, which hides at the bottom of a steep, 30-minute ... read more»
Why go: According to some, all you need to enjoy Anse de Grande Saline are some sunglasses and a smile -- this unspoiled ... read more»