The Beaches on St Barts are Breath Taking…

How often are you speechless? As you step onto the white sand and take in the vistas, you can’t believe what you are seeing; it’s perfection. Hard to believe, but dreams do come true.

What impresses us most is how clean it is. The waters are clear turquoise and the sand is bright white. Beaches are never crowded. Except for the sounds of the water, they are always quiet.

Saline is breathtaking, as is Gouverneur, with an easier access. The sand at St. Jean is like talc. The sunset at Shell Beach is unforgettable. Keep Colombier a secret; you can only reach it by boat or a foot path through butterfly fields and a cave.

Columbier Beach – St. Barts

This long and sandy beach nestles in a calm bay that may be reached either by sea or along two picturesque paths that are worth the walk (they leave from the end of Flamands beach). The view is beautiful in this relaxing beach and the water is clear.

Flamands Beach – St. Barts

A long and wonderful white-sand beach. It is surrounded by hotels and is an ideal place for lounging or going for a pleasant walk. Beware of strong waves when the sea gets rough.

Gouverneur Beach – St. Barts

While admiring a splendid panoramic view, you will come down to gold Gouverneur Beach which is simple, as well as beautiful. Waves are often strong but the scenery is unique.

Grand Cul de Sac Beach
St. Barts

Several relaxing restaurants are scattered around the lagoon. This is a dream place for practicing water sports. The sea is usually still and inviting.

St. Jean Beach – St. Barts

Near the airport, this large gold sand beach is lined by hotels and restaurants. Coral reefs protect it from heavy swells. It is often windy and the place is therefore a favorite spot for windsurfers. Beyond Eden Rock the beach becomes shorter but it is equally beautiful.

Lorient Beach – St. Barts

A beautiful sandy beach that makes you feel like going for a stroll. To the West the strong waves are quite appreciated by surfers.

Saline Beach – St. Barts

Saline is probably the longest and most beautiful white-sand beach in St. Barts. Access to the beach is along a narrow path. Parts of this spectacular beach are “clothing optional”.

Shell Beach – St. Barts

Towards the south end of the town, the whole beach is covered with seashells. Beautiful rocks surround it’s calm waters and the beach is lulled by the island breeze