Colombier Beach, St. Barthelemy
Categories: Beaches, Nature & Parks, Outdoor Activities
Bask alongside calm blue waters in seclusion, as Colombier Beach offers a white sand landscape with a quiet alternative compared to nearby beaches. The bay is only accessible by boat or on foot. The walk takes about 30 minutes and travels along a rugged goat path while featuring stunning views of the island. Dive in the coral-filled water and snorkel among the abundance of diverse marine life. Shady palm trees provide a respite where you can gaze over the water and watch the few private boats that come and go. Pack drinks and snacks, as there are no services in this area. Use our St. Barthelemy family vacation planner to visit Colombier Beach on your trip to St. Barthelemy, and learn what else travelers and our writers recommend seeing nearby.
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Essa praia é uma jóia escondida. David Rockefeller se encantou quando avistou essa praia e este local pela primeira vez de seu barco quando estava velejando, em 1960.Tanto que comprou terras por la e ... read more »This beach is a hidden gem. David Rockefeller fell in love when I spotted this beach and this site for the first time of his boat was sailing in 1960 so he bought land for it and contracted a House, that even today there is but this abandoned. To arrive at the beach only by boat or walking. Have to do a track, but it is super worth the place is charming. Excellent for diving.show original
Une envie de nature? Cette plage est incontournable, 2 accès : Par le quartier de Colombier, descente facile jusqu'à la baie, mais attention: gros dénivelé, donc retour sportif. Par le quartier de Fla... read more »A desire for nature? This beach is a must, 2 access: by the Colombier district, easy descent to the Bay, but be careful: big vertical drop, so sports back. By Flemings, path maintained, district count 20 mn walking normally, not too many climb / descent, and a beautiful setting. On-site, sandy beach, no waves because downwind of the island, allow mask and flippers, sea turtles, rays, and sea stars. Coral, sea fans, and schools of fish on the left and the right side of the Bay.show original
This is the off-season. There are only a few people around. You can have the beach all to yourself, even on the weekend. The best part of it is the snorkeling on the left side when facing the ocean. T... read more »
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