7-Day St. Barths Honeymoon Itinerary (Foodie Edition)

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  • Beaches

  • Couples Travel

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  • Honeymoons

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  • Relaxation

  • Island-Life

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This eight-square-mile island is rich with history and charm. It's a perfect mix of relaxation and adventure.

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St. Barth Properties

Luxury villas and concierge on exclusive St. Barth.

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  • A jutmarket bag for the beach & shopping.

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Hôtel Barrière Le Carl Gustaf Saint-Barth

Chic property with stylish rooms and bungalows offering views of the Caribbean Sea.

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  • $100 food / beverage credit.

  • Breakfast daily.

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Hotel Christopher Saint-Barth

An absolute gem of a hotel with a superb design, expansive beachfront pool and French Riviera fare — perfect for a romantic holiday.

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  • $100 hotel / resort credit.

  • Breakfast daily.

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Day 1: Arrive in St. Barths

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There are no direct flights to St. Barths from the states. St. Barths Commuter is a good route. They truly treat you Iike a VIP. They will grab you from the long customs line, pick up your luggage and take you straight through their our own customs and onto the plane. It is seamless!

Then it is onto the puddle jumper to land on one of the world's shortest runways. However, the pilots do this trip back and forth all day everyday, so you're in very safe hands.

You will then be met at the airport by either your villa or hotel concierge. It's best to rent a car so you can get the full experience of the island.

If you are renting a villa, stay in either Lurin or St. Jean. These locations have easy access to Gustavia (where most of the restaurants are) and the beaches.

Settle into your villa / hotel with a bottle of Champagne and a beautiful sunset overlooking the Gustavia harbor.

Day 2: Saline Sunday and Nicki Beach

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There is truly no better feeling than waking up in paradise. Your first day is a Sunday, which means two things on the island: Saline Sunday and Nicki Beach. Start your morning ritual with croissants and espresso at the Café Gloriette in Gustavia and then head to Saline Beach.

Sundays at Saline are typically designated for the locals to do as the French do and be "in the nude." Spend the morning soaking in the rays before your 3:30pm reservation at Nicki Beach.

Day 3: Lunch at Santa Fe & Beach Day

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Start your morning with croissants and espresso, but this time try Petite Columbe, another local favorite.

Head to your lunch reservations at Santa Fe for one of the best meals of the trip. Sitting atop Lurin with beautiful views of the ocean, Santa Fe somehow feels like you are eating lunch in your local neighborhood restaurant. It is authentic and comfortable with the most incredible food you will have all week. Be sure to start your meal with the escargot and end your meal with two scoops of their homemade strawberry and mango sorbet.

Change into your swimsuits to explore another beach. Have fun driving around the island and stumble upon whatever beach catches your eye. There are 11 of them, after all. After such a big lunch, go for an easy dinner of burgers and fries at Jojo burger.

Day 4: Columbier Beach & Dinner at Tamarin

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Wake up with your usual espresso and croissants, and then pack a cooler with your drink of choice and a baguette for a day at Columbier Beach. After an eventful hike full of incredible sights and lots of goats, you will arrive in paradise, greeted with a cove of yachts and the most beautiful turquoise water.

Mid-afternoon, pack up your bags and make the trek back to the car. Once you arrive back at your villa / hotel, jump in the pool and enjoy a 5pm cocktail hour of rosé and cheese.

Get ready for the evening and head to Eden Rock's Remy Bar for a pre-dinner cocktail. It is such a beautiful spot! Be sure to try their espresso martini.

After drinks, head to your 8pm reservation at Tamarin. Just when you thought the evening couldn't get any better, you are greeted by the most magical dinner venue tucked away in a tropical garden.

Day 5: Spa Day

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Today is spa day. Arrive at Le Barthélemy in Grand Cul De Sac and begin your day at the spa. After your couples' massage, treat yourselves to the pool amenities and lunch at Amis. Feel free to send the rest of your afternoon here soaking in the rays.

Another fun dinner is on the books with La Guérite, Mediterranean-inspired restaurant with delicious cuisine, but an even better atmosphere. They will have you dancing on the tables by the end of the night!

Day 6: Shell Beach & Dinner at Orega

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Start your day at another magical beach known as Shell Beach, where millions of crushed shells line the shoreline. Located in it's own little cove in the heart of Gustavia, Shell Beach is a hidden gem. It is also home to Shellona. Spend the morning hours sunbathing on the rocks and then walk up to Shellona for lunch. 

After lunch, head to the villa to relax by the pool before your dinner at Orega. But of course, dinner is not complete without pre-dinner cocktails. Check out the Le Carl Gustaf Hotel right up the hill from Gustavia.

Next up is your dinner at Orega, a Japanese-French fusion restaurant in the heart of Gustavia. The ambiance alone speaks for itself. Each dish on the tasting menu is a work of art. Orega is a foodie's paradise!

Day 7: Gyp Sea & Bonito

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Your last day in paradise. Start the morning with none other than croissants and espresso to fuel up for your hike to the natural ponds.

Spend the afternoon at the new hangout spot on St. Jean beach, the Gyp Sea Beach Club. Gyp Sea is its own little oasis on the other side of Eden Rock.

Sneak in one last pre-dinner espresso martini at Eden Rock and then head to Bonito. The restaurant sits on the edge of a cliff overlooking the water. Request for a table along the railing. The cocktails at Bonito are one-of-a-kind.

If you're feeling adventurous, walk over to Bagatelle for a fun last night out.

Need to Know

For more travel tips, check out this Perfect 5-Day Itinerary for a Couples' Trip to Cabo.

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