Attractions

Church in Gustavia

St Bartholomew's Anglican Church

Built in 1855 from French bricks and limestone, local stone and Sint Eustatius volcanic black rock, white-painted St Bartholomew's has an open-sided design with louvered shutters that let in celestial rays of light …
Beach in Gustavia

Shell Beach

A short stroll from the harbor, Shell Beach is an ideal Caribbean strand. As its name suggests, the beach is awash with seashells, and although the water gets deep quickly, it's generally calm, making it ideal for s…
Ruins in Gustavia

Fort Gustave

Built in 1787 by the Swedish as one of three forts to protect the harbor, this site today has the remains of a slightly bottle-shaped lighthouse and a couple of fiberglass cannons. Most people, however, come for the…
Museum in Gustavia

Le P’tit Collectionneur

A diverse array of objects ranging from oil lamps, old nautical equipment and model ships to 18th‑century British smoking pipes and the island’s first phonograph tell the story of St-Barth’s colorful history at this…
Museum in Gustavia

Musée Territorial

Take a look at historical St-Barth, from the Carib settlements to the Swedish occupation, via old photos and traditional clothing, before browsing the museum's pair of contemporary art galleries featuring work from …