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Where is Saint Barthélemy?

If you are wondering where is Saint Barthélemy, then it is important you know that is a small island located in the Caribbean Sea. The place is also known as Saint Barth, St Barths, and St Barts, and covers a total area of 21.km², with a total estimated population of 8,902. The area is considered as one of the most beautiful islands on the planet, which is the reason why it receives so many so many tourists every year. The main source of income for the locals is from tourism, with nearly 200,000 people visit the place to enjoy the great weather, sandy-white beaches, and the different shops and restaurants.

The island was discovered by Columbus in 1493, who named it after his brother Bartolommeo. The place was under the French till 1784, who had initially settled in 1763. Later the place was bought by Sweden, and in 1878 it was bought by the French again. It was after David Rockefeller bought a property on the island in 1957 that it rose to popularity.

Some of the main cities of Saint Barthélemy include Anse de Toiny, Flamands, Grand Cul de Sac Gustavia Pointe Milou, and Saint Jean. The islands that you can visit from Saint Barthélemy include Antigua, Guadeloupe, St. Martin, and St. Thomas. Now that you know where is Saint Barthélemy, you should learn how you will get to the place. You can travel by plane and land at the Gustaf III Airport. Other than this, you can get on a boat as there are several companies that offer rides, which include Great Bay Express, High-speed Ferry “The Edge”, Private Yacht, and the Windward Islands. In order to get around in the island, you can rent a taxi, car, or scooter.

Some of the places to visit in Saint Barthélemy include (Anse de Grande) Saline Beach, Anse des Cayes Beach, Colombier (“Rockefeller’s”) Beach, Corossol Beach, Flamands Beach, Gouverneur Beach, Grand Cul-de-Sac Beach, Lorient Beach, Marigot Beach, Peit Cul-de-Sac Beach: Calm waters, Shell Beach, St. Jean Beach, and the Toiny Beach. Some of the activities that you will enjoy in the island deep-sea fishing, hiking, horseback riding, kayaking, kite surfing, sailing, scuba diving, snorkeling, submarine trips, surfing, wakeboarding, waterskiing, and windsurfing. Now that you know the location and the places to visit in Saint Barthélemy, do visit the place!