Things to do in St. Bart's
This tony tropical island has long been referred to as the St.-Tropez of the Caribbean, but there are plenty of things to do on St. Bart’s, for jet-setters and value-seekers. From retail pilgrimages to Calypso, the island’s most famous boutique, and chic mobile spas to scenic sunset drinks and snorkeling at secluded Anse du Gouverneur beach, activities and attractions abound.
Not surprisingly, travelers look to the rich and famous for what to do on St. Bart’s. Travel + Leisure is on the trail of the well-heeled, guiding you to the best activities and attractions in and around Gustavia, St. Jean, and Corossol—designer “beach chic” shops, markets for gourmet French picnic fixings, and buzzy boîtes where you can rub elbows with champagne in hand. Our St. Bart’s travel guide also has information on more under-the-radar spots—a museum dedicated to shells, a hidden beach accessible only by boat, and more.
Whether you’re ogling the yachts and the One Percent on vacation or in search of a luxurious getaway of your own, look no further for things to do on St. Bart’s, a veritable Paris by the Sea.