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St Barths: Beyond the Beach

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What lies beyond the beach on St Barths? How about immersive cultural attractions, world-class restaurants, and more. When you need a break from the sun, surf, and sand, head inland and beyond the beach for some of St Barth's exciting cultural, wellness, and entertainment options. St Barth's has plenty of fantastic shopping, colonial buildings, spas, yachts, and countryside to explore; beyond the wonderful beaches.
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Gustavia, St Barthélemy
Stroll among the quaint cupolas and clapboards in the sophisticated shopping district of Gustavia. The capital of St. Barths, Gustavia has a variety of designer boutiques, galleries, and waterfront cafés. Everything from Armani to Vuitton,...
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Gustavia, St Barthélemy
Built of stones brought from St. Eustatius and flanked by swaying palm trees, the Eglise Anglicane de Gustavia, or Saint Bartholomew Anglican Church, was built in 1885 and features a rock wall and a bell tower. It is located along the very elegant...
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Latin America
A bit like St. Tropez of the Caribbean, St. Barth's is known for its party scene and jet setter lifestyle. I rented a jeep one day and drove around the island. Stopping at L'Orient Beach I was reminded that real people live and die here too. I was...
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St Barthélemy
Fort Gustave is a great place to view the distinctive red rooftops, blue water, and boat traffic of Gustavia Harbor. In this scenic harbor fishing boats mingle among luxury yachts and sailboats. The fort was built in 1787 when the island was under...
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Anse de Toiny, Toiny 97133, St Barthélemy
Hotel Le Toiny is temporarily closed, due to damage from Hurricane Irma. The hotel plans to reopen in October 2018 with the addition of a new villa product.

Set on 38 acres at Anse de Toiny, the architecture at Hotel Le Toiny is heavily influenced...
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Anse de Toiny, Toiny 97133, St Barthélemy
The beach at Hotel Le Toiny is blessed with some of the calmest water surrounding St Barths, which makes it the perfect place to pick up a paddleboard and set out for a day on the sea. The fact that the beach, with its golden horseshoe of...
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D209, 97133, St Barthélemy
Le Guanahani plans to reopen in November 2018 after post-Hurricane Irma renovations.

Le Guanahani sits on an 18-acre peninsula on the northeastern tip of St. Barths between Marigot Bay and Grand Cul-de-Sac Bay. A recent $40 million property-wide...
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Gustavia, St Barthélemy
St. Barths is a tiny island with a tiny harbor located in its tiny capital city, Gustavia. If you look at my photo, you will see 3 "average" yachts parked in front of the island's City Hall. It is always funny to notice how small the buildings are...