If you dread the Club Med spirit or the holiday villages that give the Caribbean an unfortunate reputation, you imagine that going to St. Barth’s is like going to a resort on a Mediterranean island. Swap the cobalt blue for a curaçao, raise the temperature by ten degrees, sprinkle with a bi of tropical vegetation…And as for the rest, the discreet charm of Europe is brought to you. The finesse and freshness of the cuisine is a true mark of the attention and the intimate side of the hotels – a real gift for the senses and morale.
Discovered by Christopher Columbus, in 1493, the island was baptized in honour of his brother, Bartolomeo.
Since January 1st, 2012, the island of Lesser Antilles is a Country and an overseas territory ( PTOM).
Peak: monrne of Vitet (286 m)