Honeymoon Packages in St. Barts
Intimate & Luxury, 5 Star Quality at the Le Sereno, St Barts
Nestled between a coconut grove and a coral reef, this hotel overlooks Grand Cul de Sac Beach on St. Barths northeast coast.
St Barts - A Caribbean Island Paradise Perfect for a Honeymoon
looking for a Caribbean Honeymoon that is off the beaten path? Tired of hearing about Sandals, the Bahamas and St Lucia? Maybe you might want to head to St Barts! It is simply the most beautiful island, and has great weather- This arid volcanic island of 8 miles has fabulous beaches as well as luxury yachts, designer boutiques, and celebrities?
How to get to St. Barts- fly or take a boat from St Martin.
The easiest and most comfortable way to get to St Barts is by airplane. A number of major airlines have regularly scheduled international flights into St Martin, a neighboring island to St Barts, with local companies providing the connecting flights to the island?s Gustave III Airport, located just five minutes drive from Gustavia. You can also get from St Martin to St Barts by boat, from a charter speedboat to daily ferry service.
LOOKING FOR AMAZING BEACHES? HEAD TO ST BARTS...
There are fourteen beaches on St. Barths, all blessed with gleaming white sand. Few are crowded, even in peak season. All are public and free. Nudism is ostensibly prohibited; topless is not unusual.
For beaches with hotels, restaurants, and water sports, Grand Cul de Sac fits the bill, as does St. Jean, which is actually two beaches divided by the Eden Rock promontory. You can also see St.Jean Beach from our panoramic movie page.The beaches at Marigot and Lorient are secluded and quiet, favored on Sundays by island families.
QUAINT TOWNS AWAIT YOU IN ST BARTS- great shops, dining, and art await you
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.
stroll among glittering jewelry stores and designer boutiques or admire the restored facades of a few handsome wooden and stone buildings that remain from the Swedish era. You might also settle in for some people watching on the terrace of a waterfront café, or walk along the docks under the watchful eye of the pelicans and delight in the line-up of fabulous sea-going ?toys? anchored here. On the far side of the harbor, opposite the Rue du Bord-de-Mer, are more restaurants and businesses,