In front of Saint Martin, 230 km to the North of the island, St Barth is the most surprising tropical Eden.
With only 25 km2, it is the smallest island of Guadeloupe.
Its nature has a rare beauty: the colored vegetation, 22 sandy beaches, everything here is an invitation to holiday.
Saint Barth is a nature reserve where hunting is prohibited. The crystalline sea conceals a magnificent maritime capital, rich in fishes of every kind.
A vegetation rich in color, a sweet peace of mind, dream beaches, beautiful nested hotels, everything around the island gives it a unique nature.
Shopping is particularly attractive because of the tax free status.
So much beauty is concentrated in so little a space....
Saint Barth was discovered in 1493 by Christopher Columbus.
It was conquered in 1648 by Great Britain, reconquered by France, and then finally the island was sold in 1784 to Gustave III, the king of Sweden.
The port Gustavia was then declared exempt from any tax.
Resold to France in 1878, the island preserved its tax status.
Since 1946, Saint Barth has been included in the department of Guadeloupe.
Gusatavia is the administrative capital of the island. Constructed around the Swedish fortress and around a magnificent natural harbor, the island has a concentration of narrow, typical streets, bars, businesses and administrative centers.
You can come here to buy a multitude of exclusive products, free of tax, or to discover treasures about the history of the island at the Wall House Museum.
We can offer you three hotels on Saint Barth:
LE TROPICAL, a hotel of charm, where we are sure you will feel you have your own TOM home.
LE TOM BEACH HOTEL with its “connected” atmosphere and rather a Saint Tropez tendency.
LE MANAPANY COTTAGES renovated in a modern Balinaise style with luxury materials, Spanish floor tiles and marble.