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Maurice Car Rental

Maurice car rental- St Barths Our office is at the airport, your vehicule will be there at your arrival otherwise we can also delivered w...

Inaugurations and cocktail par... Inaugurations and cocktail par... Yesterday at 03:11 pm

Every year, the early days of November herald a busy schedule of boutique and restaurant openings. The first to celebrate this year, on Friday, October 27, was the Diamant, a new French-Creole restaurant near the pond in St Jean Carénage. The next day, Eddy’s invited friends and clients to its openi...

Cottages - Bungalows - Guesthouses

Cottages, Bungalows & Guesthouses Cottages are really a middle category in between Hotels and Villas. As you might expect from an Hotel, you may not be be the only guest, even though these structures are often more private than a hotel room. It is also someti...

<strong>Saint</strong> Barth Summer Sessions Saint Barth Summer Sessions Tuesday, 10 August 2010

The La Plage restaurant introduce :ST BARTH SUMMER SESSIONS « 5 to 15 august 2010, 10 days of crazy music ! »

Ellen Lampert-Greaux

Ellen Lampert-Greaux lives in Petite Saline and is the editor-in-chief of Harbour Magazine for Saint Barth and Saint Martin. When she's not organizing the St. Barth Film Festival, or writing for various magazines including Live Design, MACO, and All At ...

THELMA BYRE THELMA BYRE Monday at 06:28 pm

In a neglected part of town, there was a small, family operated restaurant whose owners managed to squeeze a modest living from a local clientele...

Formalities and VISA to St. Barts - Animals immigration

Formalities to St. Barts Administrative formalities All citizens of the European Union must have a valid passport. All visitors must have a valid passport, and according to their country of origin, some visitors must also have a French visa that states COLLE...

Towns and famous places

Cities and famous places Gustavia Shaped like a horseshoe around a small, sheltered harbor, and once protected by stone forts whose vestiges remain today, Gustavia remains a busy port, as was its original occupation. Called Carénage in the early days of colon...


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