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St. Barts breathtaking scenery is matched only by the warmth and hospitality of its French inhabitants. There are more than twenty flawless white sand beaches, and Villa Finistere's Flamands Beach is among the widest and most beautiful. For years the winter hideaway of the world's most affluent island seekers, St. Barts has opened its arms to winter and summer Caribbean travelers.

Columbus is reported to have discovered St. Barts and named it after his brother. France settled the island and then traded it to Sweden for port rights in that country. Sweden returned the island to France in 1878, after years of suffering piracy and hurricanes.

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Flamands Beach

The year 1947 brought St. Barts first airplane arrival and the island's economic direction finally pointed to tourism. The 21st century finds St. Barts one of the world's great holiday destinations. Attractions range from deep-sea fishing to horseback riding along the island's beautiful coastline. St. Barts is paradise to wind surfers, sailors and weekend snorkelers.



At sunset long and golden Flamands Beach yields to nearby internationally acclaimed restaurants.

Annually, music and film festivals divert visitors' attention from epicurean delights and daily trips to St. Barts unrivaled beaches. In St. Barts, France's legendary culture and hospitality flourish.


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