Round trip

Gustavia

First called Carénage, the name of the main town was changed in honor of the king of Sweden, Gustav III, and called Gustavia. Monuments and forts bear witness to its unusual history.
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Public

Once a marshland, Public is the industrial zone of the island. Close to Gustavia, and the entry to the port, its beach is home to the island’s sailing school. Breathtaking sunsets.
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Corossol

A small fishing village, Corossol is also the home of the last traces of handmade straw objects, and traditional dress on the island. Worth a visit, the International Shell Museum.
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Colombier

From its high outlook point, an exceptional panorama unfolds before your eyes. The entire northeast coast of the island lies at your feet. Large and small islets float like an invitation between dreams and reality. A little further to the west, you can see the island of Saint Martin on a clear day. Access to the beach is strictly by boat, of by foot along a narrow path, which offers a picturesque hike.
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Flamands

Bordered by a large, magnificent beach, this discreet neighborhood abounds with the typical charm of Saint Barth. There are several four-star hotels and restaurants along the beach, which is a favorite for locals and tourists alike. Large yachts sometimes anchor here for the day and kids enjoy swimming and body surfing in the waves.
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Anse des Cayes

A hot spot for surfers, with its incredible waves. This neighborhood has a unique landscape: a valley, a reef of shells, rocks in bizarre shapes, and deep inlets evoke an active geological past. A lovely place to walk with the natural fragrances of the sea and flowers.
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St Jean

The temple of tourism in Saint Barth, where two superb beaches are lined with shops and restaurants. Nature lovers can observe several species of migrating birds, as well as the various fauna that lives along the shores of the saltwater pond.A fabulous view of the airport and the beach from the top of the hill at the ‘Col de la Tourmente.
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Lorient

Lorient is one of the oldest villages in Saint Barth. It is also considered the cradle of religion on the island according to certain sources. Its recently restored church sits atop the hill and seems to keep watch over the picturesque and peaceful cemetery below. The church is also used for music festival concerts in January. The beach is good for families, who appreciate its calm, clear waters, while it is also a favorite for surfers who enjoy riding the waves.
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Vitet

The highest point in St Barthélemy at 938 feet, the peak of Vitet shelters charming, little, traditional houses, which are nestled along the hillsides.
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Marigot

The perfect place to unwind alone, as the calm, relaxing landscape often carries you off into a dream world. The beach is protected from the wind, and located within the Marine Park, so fishing is not allowed here.
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Cul de Sac

A stunning turquoise lagoon, ideal for the practice of water sports, is the visual keystone for this charming side of the island, where the land is less developed and original charm remains. The saltwater pond serves as a reproductive zone for birds and crabs.
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Grand Fond

This is the most contradictory area on the island. On one side, it’s completely wild, with unobstructed views of the ocean where the waves crash against the rocky shores, and you are embraced by the smell of the sea spray, your face whipped by the wind, or caressed by a soft breeze. On the other side, the hills and valleys of the landscape are dotted with lovely houses, which seem to be nestled in serenity.
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Saline

From days of old through 1972, it was here that salt was once extracted with great difficulty. Sea birds and fresh water birds continue to frequent the curious landscape of the deserted salt flats. Small, naturally formed salt sculptures add to the scene for the visitor who is charmed by its simple beauty. At the end of the road, a paved parking lot leads to a path that crosses the dunes to reveal one of the most beautiful beaches on the island.
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Toiny

The island’s best surf spot, but be careful, currents are strong and swimming is discouraged!
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Gouverneur

Drive through Lurin, and take the road that plunges down toward the beach in Governor: undeveloped and often quite empty. Legend has it that the pirate Monbars hid his treasure here.
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