On the island of St. Barts, many visitors spend their days on a reclining chair, baking in the sun, nodding over the book they didn't have time to read at home, wondering which restaurant to try next. There are, of course, other things to do.
There are fourteen beaches on St. Barths, all blessed with gleaming white sand. Few are crowded, even in peak season. All are public and free. Nudism is ostensibly prohibited and topless is not unusual.
Several fitness centers with a wide range of equipment, aerobic and dance classes, massage, yoga...
Lessons and guided tours with SCUBA, with a mask and snorkle or even on a submarine.
If sailing is not your cup of tea, but you still want to experience a trip on the ocean, there are other ways to go. First, you can rent a motor-boat with or without a captain from 17' to 55'...
What is more relaxing and enjoyable than a sailing trip? Several rental agencies and a few private boat-owners offer you outings with a crew, for a day or a half-day or more...
Travel six feet beneath the surface of the sea, in safety and comfort, and gaze upon the breathtaking abundance of colorful sea life that lives in and around the Marine Park of Saint Barth.
St. Barts offers many opportunities to work up an appetite, from of course water sports to a all range of other activities:
St. Barts is a duty free port, and shoppers will be delighted with the range and number of shops: from a shaded table by the side of the road, to the elegant displays and marble floors reminiscent of Rue du Faubourg St. Honoré in Paris.
For those in search of an active and glittering night life, the choices in St. Barts are few.