St Barths beaches
The nature of St Barts beaches is one of the most abundant and balanced in the French West Indies. This thanks to its status as one of the oldest volcanic islands in the Lesser Antilles chain. It has many lagoons with turquoise water and natural ponds. But also wild beaches made of white sand at the foot of tropical nature such as Corrossol, Les Salines, Shell or St Jean. During your walks, you will be able to observe local fauna, such as iguanas, turtles or hummingbirds. They are also ideal for practicing outdoor sports such as windsurfing, hiking, kite surfing, surfing, swimming and of course scuba diving.
You can check our advice for a journey at Saint Barts or even the trail that we designed on our home page to enjoy our astonishing and lush nature. Also thank you to act with us to protect this fragile balance: please do not throw waste, respect the local flora and fauna in order to preserve the wild and natural character of the island. The St Barths nature reserve has been created to ensure the balance of nature and it works in close collaboration with the Community.