Exclusive. Relaxed. Chic. St Barths is the go-to beach retreat for savvy yachties.
Mountains, windswept bluffs, crystalline waters, canyons with cascading waterfalls — it’s no wonder that St Barths is one of the most desirable destinations on the planet. But it’s not all about the landscape. Spend the daytime kite surfing, sailing and diving under the sun. Spend the evening dining and dancing under the stars. St Barths is chic but barefoot, so relax, but do so in your best kaftans.
Try your hand at a wide range of water sports from wind- and kite- surfing to kayaking; dive and snorkel unspoilt coral reefs and lagoons bursting with exotic marine life; cruise to other nearby island; explore the island with open-top Mini Coopers; delight the senses a fusion of French master-cuisine and Caribbean spices; sinks a few cocktails at Toiny, to watch the surfers navigate the barreling waves; dress up and head to Eden Rock to see the art gallery and dine on the beach; sail out to watch the dramatic St Barths bucket superyacht regatta.
Where to Stay
A private superyacht, beachfront villas, the most superlative suites in the Caribbean.
When to go
Late December to mid-January is peak season, however the great weather lasts all the way through to April.