Tiff on St. Jean Beach, St. Bart's from our November 2009 trip to see Jimmy Buffett.
Tiff on St. Jean Beach from our November 2009 trip to see Jimmy Buffett.

Our Travels | Beaches | Events | Food and Drinks | Lodging | Transportation | Churches | Points of Interest

About St. Barthelemy

Also known as St. Barts or St. Barths, St. Barthelemy is by far our favorite place on earth! The island, part of the French West Indies, is known for its lavish lifestyle, beautiful beaches, and its world famous Gustavia Harbour.

Our Travels in St. Bart’s

We first visited St. Bart’s during our July 2008 trip to St. Maarten. We took a ferry over and spent the day at Shell Beach. We had lunch at Le Select / Cheeseburger In Paradise and walked around Gustavia Harbour. We both loved it.

In November of 2009, we returned to the island on a rumor that Jimmy Buffett would be playing a concert in Gustavia Harbour to celebrate the 60th anniversary of Le Select. The rumor came true and we had one of the most magical experiences of our lives. Read more about our travels in St. Bart’s…

Beaches in St. Bart’s

There are many wonderful beaches in St. Bart’s, including one of the most unique beaches we have ever visited, Shell Beach. Instead of sand, Shell Beach is made up mainly of small shells.Read more about the beaches in St. Bart’s…

Events in St. Bart’s

Read more about some of the events that took place in St. Bart’s…

Food and Drinks in St. Bart’s

There are many wonderful restaurants to choose from in St. Bart’s. Most of them are located in the main town of Gustavia. One of the most famous restaurants on the island, Le Select / Cheeseburger In Paradise has ties to Jimmy Buffett. Read more about food and drinks in St. Bart’s…

Lodging in St. Bart’s

Due to the high end demand of St. Bart’s, lodging can be difficult to come by, and tends to be very expensive compared to most other islands we’ve been to. Most of the lodging on the island is made up of privately owned villas, but there are a few hotels and boutiques. Read more about lodging in St. Bart’s…

Transportation in St. Bart’s

You can get to St. Bart’s by flying over from neighboring islands. The airport can only handle small planes, carrying up to approximately 18-20 people. You can also take a ferry over from St. Maarten and St-Martin. Read more about transportation in St. Bart’s.

Churches in St. Bart’s

Read more about the churches in St. Bart’s…

Points of Interest in St. Bart’s

Read more about the points of interest in St. Bart’s…

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