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What to do in and around the Le Guanahani, St. Barthelemy

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Luxury mega-yachts, stylish celebrities, and a fashionably French approach give St. Barthelemy its posh personality and chic charm. From boutique hotels and renowned restaurants to tranquil beaches, centuries-old sites, and trendy shops, this exclusive island destination offers a wealth of leisure activities in its classy coordinates.
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D209, 97133, St Barthélemy
Executive Chef Phillipe Masseglia and Head Chef Nicola De Marchi have combined their French, Japanese, and Italian influences to create Indigo. This airy restaurant's menu is filled with the best of land and sea—featuring dishes such as grilled...
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D209, 97133, St Barthélemy
Chefs in the French West Indies have an eclectic take on fresh food. To experience the best of this fare visit Bartolomeo, the creation of Executive Chef Phillipe Masseglia and Head Chef Nicola De Marchi. Fresh seafood, herb-crusted rack of lamb,...
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D209, 97133, St Barthélemy
Le Guanahani suffered major damage during Hurricane Irma and plans to reopen in late 2019.

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...
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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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Anse de Toiny, Toiny 97133, St Barthélemy
Dinner at Le Toiny Restaurant is a full frontal assault on the senses; as if the spectacular ocean-side setting were not enough, the culinary witch doctors at Le Toiny, led by executive chef Jean-Christophe Gille, whip whimsical French classics...
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Shell Beach, St Barthélemy
For an amazing sunset you can take a little hike from the port of Gustavia, following the signs for Plage, and turn up the street behind Bagatelle. From there you have two choices but I recommend both. 1. Take the first right-hand turn and walk up...
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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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Plage de Gouverneur, St Barthélemy
Gouverneur Beach, on the south side of St. Barths, offers good swimming and snorkeling conditions in a secluded location. This beautiful curve of white sand and turquoise waves is an island favorite, but it still offers a feeling of privacy and...
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Saint Barthélémy
The Caribbean is a destination for all types of travelers—scuba divers, sailors, sunbathers—but when you want a dash of European party to season your vacation, head to St. Barth's, often called the St. Tropez of the Caribbean. Around St. Barth's...
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Plage de Lorient, St Barthélemy
Backed by the green of mountains flecked by red rooftops, Lorient Beach is an unspoiled stretch of white sand and beautiful blue water. Favored by locals, fishermen, and visitors, this north coast beach has excellent surfing at one end and calm...
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St Barthélemy
From elegant beachfront dining to laid-back lunches and romantic sunset-studded dinners, this is a great St. Barths beach bar and restaurant. Located right on the sand of Shell Beach, Do Brazil features a menu of appetizers, burgers, and entrées....
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St Barthélemy
Yes, St. Barths is a gorgeous, glam destination, but if I have one concrete memory from our day trip, it's the flight. Flying with local operator Trans Anguilla Airways, we left our tiny little island of Anguilla and arrived on an even tinier...
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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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Grand Cul de Sac, 97133
Following renovations made necessary by Hurricane Irma, Le Sereno plans to reopen on December 1, 2018 with completely redesigned rooms as well as a new restaurant, beach lounge, retail store, spa, and fitness facility.

Le Sereno is an intimate...