2. Soak up the sun on Grande Saline Beach
Hidden away between the rocky hills on the southern coast of the island, Grande Saline is one of St Bart’s most secluded stretches of sand.
Backed by a wall of grass-topped dunes and green hills, the spot is hidden away from any significant developments and towns, with just a few cottages hiding into the palms and cacti above.
That means travelers who make the trek here can enjoy a certain level of isolation between Saline’s boulder-peppered shallows and rocky inlets.
It also means the beach is one of the most popular places for sunbathing nudists in St. Barts – you’ve been warned!