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Cultural Attractions on St Barths

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St Barths has a wealth of cultural attractions, from colonial architecture to ocean racing, fine French cuisine, and beautiful national parks. Not to mention some of the world's finest beaches and welcoming, hospitable locals, often eager to share their island treasures with visitors. St Barths' cultural attractions – from simple sand and sun exploits, to more immersive experiences – will keep you busy your entire time on island.
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Saint Barthelemy, St Barthélemy
Time your visit to St Barths to coincide with the Brulé Vaval, a raucous festival that brings much of the island down onto Shell Beach to set fire to the night the day after the St Barth's Carnival. Originally associated with the custom of...
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St Barthélemy
The St Barths Carnival festivities kick off in mid-January of every year with the Sunday Parade in Gustavia, and they continue on until February 20. That's right—more than a month of merry-making, and the fun doesn't stop there. The celebrations...
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Gustavia, St Barthélemy
This is not your average image of a person chopping up a fish; this is a Gustavia fisherman prepping his fresh catch of the day, hauled in from the sea earlier in the morning. Fishermen in St Barths traditionally haul in their catch in the...
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Rue du Bord de Mer, Gustavia 97133, St Barthélemy
Visit Le Brigantin, a colonial-era house built by the Dinzey merchant family between 1820 and 1830, when the island was largely occupied by the Swedish (isn't that vierd?). The spectacular complex has been fully restored to its original splendor...
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Saint Barthelemy, St Barthélemy
The incredible Transat AG2R arrived in St Barths between April 21 and May 13, bringing to the island some of the world's most talented ocean racers. The event causes plenty of commotion on race-mad St Barths, with locals and visitors coming out to...
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Saint Barthélémy
You'll find colonial impressions all across St Barths, which includes a few intact and fully restored churches, like this beautiful church in Gustavia.
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Gustavia, St Barthélemy
The annual Bucket Regatta on St Barths is one of the biggest ocean racing events in the Caribbean, and turns usually quaint and quiet Gustavia into one giant festival site. Even if you're not racing on the water - especially if you're not racing,...
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Saint Barthelemy, St Barthélemy
Anse de Grande, or Saline Beach, is one of the most beautiful on all of St Barths. Shallow, calm water offers plenty of opportunity for snorkelers - no matter your experience level - to get beneath the waves and experience one of the most alluring...