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Iberia
We walked to the end of the La Concha beach in San Sebastian and stumbled upon these "Wind Combs" by Eduardo Chillida. Not only are they placed in an amazing setting, but their installation was truly a feat of engineering.
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Baie des Flamands, Saint-Barthélemy 97133
Cheval Blanc St-Barth Isle de France is temporarily closed, following Hurricane Irma's path through Saint-Barthélemy and plans to reopen in late 2018.

The famous Hotel St-Barth Isle de France officially became a Cheval Blanc property in...
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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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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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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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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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Gustavia, St Barthélemy
Locally hand-crafted braidings are something of a St Barths specialty item, and the perfect souvenir to pack into your bag. You'll find them at shops and boutiques throughout the island, though Latanier's are considered among the finest.
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Saint Barthelemy, St Barthélemy
Marigot Bay, with its wide, sandy beach and rocky headlands, is one of the smallest and most secluded stretches of sand on St Barths, and one of the most beautiful, which makes it an excellent place to escape for a private stroll or afternoon...
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Saint Barthelemy, St Barthélemy
Flamand Beach is one of the least crowded bits of seaside delight St Barths has to offer. The beach itself is long and wide, and during the winter, high, rolling waves make this a perfect place to learn how to surf (swimming is rarely treacherous,...
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Plage De St. Jean BP1058, St. Barthelemy 97133, St Barthélemy
Brook and Roger Lacour arranged so many stays for friends visiting them on St. Bart’s that the couple started a villa company in 1975. Today, Sibarth manages more than 220 vacation homes, from a low-frills beach bungalow ($171 a night) to the Sand...
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Plage de Saline, St Barthélemy
Saline is the most beautiful and the most famous beach in St. Barths. From the shore, you cannot see any building: no fancy bar, no posh restaurant, nothing. Just the wild beach and you. Saline Beach never really gets crowded, as the island is too...
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Praia de Santa Cruz, 2560 A dos Cunhados e Maceira, Portugal
It's easy to get around Portugal via train, but there is something incredibly indulgent about renting a car and driving the gorgeous Portuguese coast. The scenery is spectacular and reminiscent of northern California and Australia's Great Ocean...