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St Barts

This tiny chic island, measuring just eight square miles, packs quite a punch for its size, and is one of the oldest volcanic islands in the Lesser Antilles, surrounded by wonderfully warm waters and glorious sparkling white-sand beaches.

Arguably one of the most stylist islands in the Caribbean, St Barts is effortlessly opulent and undeniably stylish – bursting with designer boutiques, fine-dining eateries, and ultra-luxe hotels and villas – the bar is set high right across the board, with an exclusive Champagne lifestyle offered as standard.

Exploring the beaches is essential - if you can bear to tear yourself away from your luxury accommodation! If swimming in the crystal clear ocean or simply lazing the day on creamy sands is your thing then Flamands or Saline Beach are for you. For those looking for more than just a laze on the beach, snorkelling is great at the snowy white Gouverneur Beach - an idyllic cove that gives visitors a feel of desert island living. You could learn how to sail at St Barth Yacht Club, bodysurf at Anse des Cayes or windsurf at Lorient.

A must though is heading to the crystal clear waters of Nikki Beach, where the airport runway ends – a great spot to watch small planes jetting in for the thrilling St Barts landing!

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In St Barts, the climate is tropical all year round, with a relatively cool season, from December to April, called "the Lent", and a warm and humid season, from May to November, called "the Wintering", though the latter actually resembles everything but winter, because it is a sultry period, in which the sun shines, but there are also showers or thunderstorms, especially in the afternoon. Read More

In St Barts, the climate is tropical all year round, with a relatively cool season, from December to April, called "the Lent", and a warm and humid season, from May to November, called "the Wintering", though the latter actually resembles everything but winter, because it is a sultry period, in which the sun shines, but there are also showers or thunderstorms, especially in the afternoon.

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