Looking for a great beach getaway? Here are the 10 best beaches in St Barts
Start planning your St Barts getaway now? —these are the 10 must-do beaches in St Barts. Get your feet wet with a list of postcard-perfect beaches from the Smart Guide team. Enjoy!
1 – Colombier Beach
This beach is a must see, accessible only by foot or boat, this is one of the most secluded beaches on St Barths.
2 – Gouverneur
Gouverneur beach is one of the most sought out beaches by tourists. The drive down to this white sand beach is quite impressive, it offers a wide overview of the beach itself nestled between its wild cliffs and surrounded by Crystal Clear Turquoise Ocean.
3 – Saint-Jean
St Jean can be quite the chameleon of all beaches here, as on different days of the week, in different periods of the year, it can range from the most quiet and peaceful, familial gateway, to the most eventful and well known party ambiance during the day.
©Photo: Thierry Dehove
4 – Shell Beach
Probably the most frequented beach on the island, Shell Beach is the only beach located in Gustavia, the capitol of St Barths.
5 – Flamands
Flamands is the largest beach on St Barts, with its wide stretch of fine white sand; it is one of the most generous sandy beaches for long walks and sunbathing.
6 – Saline
Saline may arguably be one of St Barths most popular beach. With abundant parking and an iconic access, Saline is worth the detour.
7 – Lorient
This beach is an “all in one’’ for everyone. There is plenty of space to sun bath or keep cool under the shade of its tropical trees.
8 – Grand-Cul-de-Sac
This Beach is part of the marine natural reserve and is very shallow, especially in the very middle of the lagoon.
9 – Petite Anse
Tucked away between Flamands and Colombier is a truly remarkable picturesque little cove, named Petite Anse, a favorite by locals.
©Photo: St Barth Tourisme
10 – Marigot Beach
Marigot beach is located not far from the roadside and is limited in parking, making it one of the less frequented beaches.