St Barths Strong – A Photo Gallery

An extraordinary island, full of exceptional people, stages a comeback.

St Barths is open for business! The island welcomes you back with open arms. Browse our photo gallery where we share images of a resilient island cleaning-up, greening-up, and opening-up.

There will be a special buzz this season as we all count our blessings, and celebrate the hard work that was put in, by local residents and mother nature, to restore the island.

WIMCO’s air department stands ready to book all of your international and inter-island flights. We recommend connecting through San Juan Airport this year, however we can also set-up flights into St Barths via St Martin, Antigua and Guadeloupe.

For more airport info see our  Caribbean Airport News and Photo Gallery

St Barths photo gallery (Updated Wednesday, November 8)

Gustavia is hopping at night - Bar L'Oubli is open, its TVs are on, and you can watch live sports at night
Gustavia is hopping at night – Bar L’Oubli is open, its TVs are on, and you can watch live sports at night
Relaxing at Le Select in Gustavia- its signature trees are slowly greening up, and its cheeseburgers are as good as ever
Relaxing at Le Select in Gustavia- its signature trees are slowly greening up, and its cheeseburgers are as good as ever
Toiny, credit St Barth pour les Intimes
A morning drive along the water front in Grand Fond, heading towards Toiny reveals green hills and blue skies
(photo  credit St Barth pour les Intimes)
Gouverneur, credit St Barth pour les Intimes
Clear sailing on the road up from Gouverneur beach  (photo credit St Barth pour les Intimes)
Gouverneur, credit St Barth pour les Intimes
The view as one drives down to Gouverneur beach  (photo credit St Barth pour les Intimes)
St. Jean, credit St Barth pour les Intimes
St. Jean beach as viewed on the road from Lorient. You can see that the beach has been cleaned-up  (photo credit St Barth pour les Intimes)
Grand Cul De Sac, credit St Barth pour les Intimes
Walking on Grand Cul De Sac beach just past Le Barthelemy hotel (photo credit St Barth pour les Intimes)
Saline, credit St Barth pour les Intimes
Budding trees and bushes in Saline  (photo credit St Barth pour les Intimes)
Shell Beach, credit St Barth pour les Intimes
The famous shells of Shell Beach just in front of Shellona restaurant – which will be open for the holidays!  (photo credit St Barth pour les Intimes)
Toiny, credit St Barth pour les Intimes
Looking towards the site of the Toiny Beach Club at the far end of the beach  (photo credit St Barth pour les Intimes)
Savaku, credit St Barth pour les Intimes
The  rotary at Col de la Tourmente in St Jean near the airport, and the statue of Arawak native Savaku (photo credit St Barth pour les Intimes)
Petite Anse, credit St Barth pour les Intimes
Snorkeling anyone? View of the keyhole beach at Petite Anse (photo credit St Barth pour les Intimes)
Catch of the day, credit Le News
The fish market in Gustavia is “Open for Business”!   (photo credit Le News)
Plenty of fish in the sea, credit St Barth pour les Intimes
 St Barth’s resident fishermen got right back on the water, lots of fresh fish to choose from (photo credit Le News)
Green Hillsides, credit St Barth pour les Intimes
Green Hillsides in Pointe Milou, looking towards Tour de Rocher, with St Jean Bay beyond that  (photo credit St Barth pour les Intimes)
Lighthouse, credit St Barth pour les Intimes
The lighthouse guarding Gustavia harbor stands unscathed (photo credit St Barth pour les Intimes)
Super U offering a full selection of fresh produce
Super U grocery store in St Jean is once again fully stocked. Here’s a shot of their fresh produce aisle

For more news about St. Barth’s, please see our hurricane recovery updates page – http://www.wimco.com/vacation-travel-reviews-and-blog.aspx?target=/hurricane-updates/

Ask one of WIMCO’s villa specialists to find you the villa that best suites your individual needs. Our team in St Barths is ready to welcome you with open arms!

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