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WIMCO Villas presents articles about vacations, hotels, villas, events, and dining at La Plage on the Caribbean island of St Barths.

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La Plage de Lorient

One of the lesser frequented beaches of St. Barths, Lorient is a hidden gem among a veritable jewelry box of coastlines. A bit removed from the hustle and bustle of Gustavia and St Jean, La...

Spend the Day at Shell Beach, St. Barths

Within walking distance of the harbor in Gustavia there lies a little beach, set between to cliffs and littered with glistening pink and white shells.  Appropriately named, Shell Beach is a perfect combination of seclusion...

Exploring the Coral Reef at Colombier

This weekend, I had the pleasure of spending the afternoon at Colombier snorkeling and exploring the spectacular reef.   As mentioned in a previous post, the hike to the beach is a fantastic excursion and...

Surfing St. Barths

I felt a bit guilty as I approached the far end of the beach where a handful of surfers sat waiting for the next set.  My head was filled with images of my online news...

Up Close Airplane Take-Offs and Landings

Before arriving on St. Barths, I had only heard of the spectacular daily air shows provided by the famously short runway at the airport in St. Jean.  The location of the airport, lodged between Gustavia...

The Beautiful Beach at Grande Saline

The first sight of the water at Grande Saline peeking through the arid dunes is something out of a dream.  No villas in sight… just pure wilderness.  I am continually amazed by the vibrant shades...

The Beach at St. Jean

One of my favorite morning rituals is to grab a café latte and pain chocolat early in the morning (usually at Maya’s To Go) and head to the beach at St. Jean. Centrally located, it’s...

A Sampling of the Delicious Fare on St. Barths

Dining on St. Barths is an experience in itself. Food inspired by Caribbean, French, and other cuisines from around the world is often served so artfully that it looks as if ought to be in...

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