St Barth island is beautiful like a postcard and not larger than 24 km2.

This volcanic rock of eight square miles is home to an eclectic mix of iguanas, night-blooming cactus, fabulous beaches as well as celebrities who anchor their huge luxury yachts, designer boutiques (duty free) and excellent restaurants. 

There are fourteen beaches on St. Barts, all blessed with gleaming white sand. Few are crowded, even in peak season. All are public and free. 

It is certainly the most unusual of the French West Indies islands.
A French dream with a Swedish past.

One of the best things about St. Barts is gastronomy is a way of life.
Many of the chefs on the island are French and experts at classic French cuisine, updated with a contemporary twist and international accents.
There are restaurants that offer traditional Creole dishes.



When to go


Flight time from Sweden

15 hrs

Time difference


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