St. Barts is a truly spectacular holiday destination. The isle began as a beach fringed volcanic land mass and remained so beneath the tropical sun for several million years. It was first populated by French maritime adventurers seeking new and better life. The island remained sparsely populated for over 400 years until luxurious villas and world class restaurants began to appear on the island amongst sophisticated relaxation and rustic charm.
When visiting St. Barts you arrive on the isle at Gustav III airport where you are immediately submerged in a dream world, far away from the stresses and strains of everyday life. It is a private and prestigious picture perfect paradise.
St. Barts is utterly enchanting, largely because local authorities have always opted for controlled growth over expansion. Consequently unlike other Caribbean islands it retains its outstanding natural beauty and remains a breath-taking haven for its vacationers. The security of people and their belongings are major priorities in St. Barts; due to this it is considered a safe and private refuge for many celebrities who enjoy visiting the island undisturbed. It has been described as an ‘intimate, prestigious little rock in the middle of the Caribbean Sea.’
The average temperature on St. Barts is 80 Fahrenheit with lows of 68 and peaks of 95. A gloriously warm climate allows for 14 superb beaches, offering lazy days in the shade of coconut palms.
For those more active and adventurous vacationers, warm waters allow for a plethora of water and sporting activities including dining, deep-sea fishing, wind surfing, surfing, sailing, motorbike excursions, jet skis, kites and much more!
St. Barts is also renowned for its fine dining with a wide variety of culinary styles from authentic French to West Indian cuisine. For shopaholics there are brand shops to take advantage of duty-free shopping and also enchanting smaller island boutiques.
With glorious beaches, world class service and an abundance of activities St Barts truly is the epitome of excellence, luxury and serenity; a gloriously private island waiting to provide its vacationers with the trip of a lifetime!
The Sumptuous Villa Nahma overlooks views of Grand Cul de Sac and Toiny islands, it is a short distance from the terrific Lorient beach.
Close to Lorient and Marigot Beach.
Driving time to Gustavia: 20 minutes.
Driving time to restaurants: 5 minutes.
Driving time to the supermarket: 10 minutes.
Driving time to the airport: 15 minutes.