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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...

What's new in St Barts?

What's new? There is always something new in our News section. Don't forget to check its archive. Our web cam is updated frequently. We have recently added some new information in our Weather Section. The St Barth Weekly is available via download in St Bart...

Camping Camping Saturday, 19 April 2003

Now a tradition, Easter weekend camping has become de rigueur for many island families...

Urban Planning Map, Requests T... Urban Planning Map, Requests T... Monday, 12 October 2009

A large crowd attended the territorial council meeting on July 16, 2009 as island residents have a vested interest in the items on the agenda that day; especially the debate about a new urban planning map for Saint Barth—the document that defines zones where construction can take place, and outlines...

Road work Road work Saturday, 19 November 2005

Since summer, island residents have been surprises to see numerous red lights controlling single lane traffic, and long lines of cars, as repair work continues on the local roads. In St. Jean, a light that was installed at the intersection of the Eden Rock and the St. Jean Carenage pond since July h...

Activities & Leisures

Activities and Leisures 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 ...

Discover St. Barts

Discover St. Barts Take one beach-fringed volcanic island, sweltering in the tropical sun for several million years. Add a handful of French maritime adventurers in search of a new and better life. Simmer for four hundred years. Turn up the heat, and add luxu...

Getting to St. Barts

Getting to St. Barts There are a number of ways to wend your way to St. Barts, all of which require traveling through the air, or on the water, or both. Most of people use commercial flights. How to get to St. Barts? The easiest and most comfortable way to ...

J.crew catalog in St Barts J.crew catalog in St Barts Wednesday, 27 March 2013

Fleur Australe Visits Saint Ba... Fleur Australe Visits Saint Ba... Friday, 05 June 2009

French sailor Philippe Poupon, with his wife Geraldine Danon and their four children, 12 year-old Nina, nine year-old Loup, two year-old Laura, and one year-old Marion, stopped in Saint Barth recently before setting off on a grand adventure: Poupon is going to attempt the Northwest Passage, a sea ro...


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