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St. Barth is the quintessential romantic Caribbean destination. Beautiful, elegant, small and intimate, it doesn’t get any better than this. Whether you stay in one of the island's many villas or in one of the fantastic hotels, whether you prefer beach or shopping, whether you dine out or dine in, your experience in St. Barth will be unforgettable. Here is what you WON’T get here: high rise hotels, casinos, masses of tourists, unfriendly natives, and crime. 
This is a low key paradise; nightlife consists of dining at one of the dozens of eclectic, romantic restaurants, then stopping by a waterfront bar to hear a little live music. Days are spent on one of several gorgeous beaches; the rare cloudy day brings everyone into town for shopping.
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Saint Barthélemy (French: Saint-Barthélemy, Swedish: Sankt Barthelemy), officially the Collectivity of Saint Barthelemy (French: Collectivité de Saint-Barthélemy), is an overseas collectivity of France. Often abbreviated to Saint-Barth in French, or St. Barts in English, the collectivity is one of the four territories among the Leeward Islands in the northeastern Caribbean that comprise the French West Indies, along with Guadeloupe, Martinique and Saint Martin.
St. Barts has an area of 21 km² and a population of 8,398 (census 2006). Its capital is Gustavia, which is also its main harbor. St Barts lies southeast of Sint Maarten/Saint Martin and north of St Kitts. It is the only Caribbean island to have historically been a Swedish colony for any significant length of time (Guadeloupe only having been one briefly, at the end of the Napoleonic Wars). Symbolism from the Swedish national arms, the three crowns, still appears in the island's coat of arms. The language, cuisine and culture are distinctly French.
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St. Barth is part of France and the E.U. Most of the 8000 residents are of French origin, with fair skin and brown hair. Ironically not too many locals have a tan! Many of the residents return “home” to Paris or other parts of France during the summer, which is low season here. High season runs from just before Christmas through mid-April. Late spring and early summer, as well as Thanksgiving week, are excellent times to visit if you are looking for a great deal. Hotels and villas are discounted, sometimes as much as 50% off of the winter rates. Christmas and New Years are SUPER HIGH season, with lodging rates soaring off the charts. But the island is never really crowded; you may find a few more cars vying for the best parking spots in town, a few more people on St. Jean Beach, and a little more difficulty getting a dinner reservation, but compared to other resort towns in high season it’s not a big deal.

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St. Barth is only 8 square miles, so traveling around the island is easy and relatively quick. The farthest you’ll have to travel to get to the opposite end of the island is about 25 minutes, and that’s only because there are a lot of hills and curves. There are no stoplights, but there is one roundabout that you won’t soon forget. (Hint: the loud noise you hear directly above you is a plane approaching the landing strip.) The choice of where to stay is mainly determined by whether you are a villa person or a hotel person. Both have their advantages… first timers might want to go with a hotel, though, to get oriented to the island with a little assistance from the front desk. Villas are the obvious choice for families or groups, or couples who want just a little more privacy
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Closer to Puerto Rico or the Virgin Islands than to Guadeloupe (145 miles to the south), Saint Barthélemy and its neighboring island of Saint Martin are known as the “Northern Islands.” Since 2007, they have enjoyed a different political status from the other islands dependent administratively on Guadeloupe. Saint Barthélemy, like its closest neighbor, voted via referendum to evolve from a municipality in Guadeloupe into an Overseas Collectivity (COM) governed by a territorial council. With this move, the island gained a certain amount of autonomy, the Hotel de Ville (or town hall) became the Hotel de la Collectivité, and Saint Barth now has a senator representing the island in Paris.
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This change in status reinforces the strong sense of community among the Saint-Barths (the name given to the descendents of the original settlers who came to the island as early as 1659 from Normandy or Brittany or other regions in France), while the island now has a population of over 8500, including recent émigrés primarily from France and Europe. The population remains 90% Caucasian, having been discovered in 1493 by Christopher Columbus, who found an island inhabited by just a few Carib Indians and pirates. Courageous and self-reliant, the early settlers in Saint Barthélemy eked out an existence with the meager agriculture possible on such a dry, rocky island (vegetables, cotton, pineapples, salt, bananas), as well as fishing and privateering. Later, the necessity of their situation taught them to become businessmen as well.
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Original color and hand colored photographs of St. Barths. A collection of traditional (non-digital) photography, featuring color and hand-colored images. All printing and hand coloring is done by the artist


 
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