Saint Barthelemy
from USD 1,412
per night

Villa Zetes

8 pers. max. 4 bedrooms
Pointe Milou
from USD 1,150
per night

Villa Yellowbird

8 pers. max. 4 bedrooms
Saint Jean
from USD 1,232
per night

Villa Xanadu

8 pers. max. 4 bedrooms
Saint Jean
from USD 3,778
per night

Villa Wings

8 pers. max. 5 bedrooms
Saint Jean
from USD 4,107
per night

Villa Wine Note

10 pers. max. 5 bedrooms
Saint Barthelemy
from USD 494
per night

Wild Blue

8 pers. max. 4 bedrooms
Pointe Milou
from USD 1,642
per night

Villa What Else

8 pers. max. 4 bedrooms
Gustavia
from USD 805
per night

Villa Wastra

4 pers. max. 2 bedrooms
Flamands
from USD 18,161
per night

The Villa Wake Up

12 pers. max. 6 bedrooms
Saint Jean
from USD 2,415
per night

Villa W View

8 pers. max. 4 bedrooms
Gustavia
from USD 7,463
per night

Villa Vitti

10 pers. max. 5 bedrooms
Gustavia
from USD 977
per night

Villa Vialenc

6 pers. max. 3 bedrooms
Gustavia
from USD 2,792
per night

Villa Vesper

8 pers. max. 4 bedrooms
Saint Jean
from USD 3,745
per night

Villa Varuna

8 pers. max. 4 bedrooms
Saint Barthelemy
from USD 903
per night

Villa Valley

4 pers. max. 2 bedrooms
Pointe Milou
from USD 3,614
per night

Villa Valentina

8 pers. max. 4 bedrooms
Gustavia
from USD 1,252
per night

Villa Vague Bleue

6 pers. max. 3 bedrooms
Saint Jean
from USD 14,785
per night

Villa Unique

20 pers. max. 10 bedrooms
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Best St Barts Villas for Rent

The Lesser Antilles' St. Barts, whose full name is Saint-Barthélemy, is a little island in the eastern Caribbean Sea. Since 2007, it has been a French overseas collectivity with a degree of autonomy along with Saint-Martin, making up the arrondissement of the French overseas department of Guadeloupe. Although French is the official language of the jet-set island, English is widely used.

The tiny but beautiful island can be reached either by a 30-minute ferry ride from St Martin or by taking a 10-minute flight from St Martin, Guadalupe, or Puerto Rico.

In St. Barts, you'll find jet setters, Francophone restaurants, fine dining establishments with Caribbean Sea waves as a backdrop, and gourmet cuisine.

Yachters, A-listers, and naturists gather here among the coves and dunes, where there are craggy cliffs and secret stretches of picture-perfect sand.

There are pulsating beach clubs offering strong rum punches and pina coladas, glistening whitewashed cruise ships, and villas that redefine luxury to dizzying new heights.

Gorgeous and Luxurious St Barts Villas

There are no high-rise structures or enormous all-inclusive properties on the island, which gives it a French-sophisticated vibe with a dash of Caribbean charm. Instead, anticipate more intimate villas where the focus is on exclusivity, elegance, and extraordinarily attentive service. While on St. Barts, you can anticipate exceptionally good food as many of the villas and resorts serve upscale French cuisine.

Although St. Barts is a particularly romantic destination, it is also very family-friendly, with almost all the properties listed catering to both couples and families. In comparison to other Caribbean islands, St. Barts is also significantly more dog friendly, with a lot of pet-friendly properties.

The range of St. Bart's villas are astounding, ranging from quaint French West Indies homes scattered around the shore to modern designer homes with poolside ocean views with exceptional and modern design. Contemporary art enthusiasts will enjoy their time here.

The most exquisite villas are available for rent in St. Barts, and each one is specially chosen to exactly represent your style: private, elegant, and opulent. Book yourself an opulent St. Barts beachside villas for your vacation getaway. Find the ideal sanctuary for you and your group that will make your trip to St. Barts a memory of a lifetime with the assistance and advice of our Concierge Service.

Activities While Staying in a St Barts Villa

1. Swim at Colombier Beach

Colombier Beach is often praised as St. Barts' best beach to be visited. It is a remote, sun-kissed area that curves around the end of a peninsula on the island's far Northwestern tip. It is home to a turquoise-blue bay where yachts are frequently seen bobbing in the water and sands that are actually ground coral. They are covered in occasional bands of sea vines that creep in the direction of the salty shore and glow white.

In addition, the journey to the beach is nothing short of breathtaking, with a trail meandering for 15 minutes through cactus groves and across rugged cliffs before arriving at the actual sands.

2. Enjoy Island Life at Baie de St. Jean

A short distance from the runways of the island's airport, the busiest and most fun-loving beach on St. Barts also happens to be a genuinely lovely tropical affair.

Visitors can rent boats, blast the waves on a jet ski, or simply do as the majority of locals do: relax with a beverage at Nikki Beach's famous cocktail bar, with the Caribbean Sea as their backdrop.

This small, covered cabana-style restaurant serves Caribbean food and expertly crafted fruit infusions, spilling out onto the sands in a jumble of bean bags, tipis, and loungers.

3. Gouverneur Beach and Gustavia

Spend your fourth day alternating between the idyllic Gouverneur beach, with its gentle waves and clean waters, and the city life in Gustavia, where you may shop till you drop.

Enjoy a morning swim in Gouverneur, one of St. Bart's most stunning beaches. Later, travel to Gustavia and stroll the streets to see the homes of local fishermen and the renowned wahoo, tuna, or mahi-mahi that were caught that day.

Discover the amazing underwater environment by taking a sea bobs tour in Shell Beach for the afternoon. This is the ideal location to collect shells to take home as gifts. Treat yourself to a post-beach shopping spree in Gustavia's most opulent boutiques thereafter. Finally, ascend the renowned Fort Carl stairs to the summit of Gustavia to watch the sunset for a breathtaking view of Shell Beach.

St. Barts Weather

St. Barts features tropical weather, which means it's hot all year round but more humid in the summer with a higher possibility of rain and hurricanes, just like any other Caribbean island. Though extremely uncommon, it did happen.

The ideal times to travel for the weather and to see fewer people are during the shoulder seasons in May and June, September, and October. You may also discover the best travel discounts during these times.