St. Barth is a rocky little island measuring just 8 square miles. Its indented coastline is punctuated by
numerous coves and bays, most with pristine white sands and clear blue waters. The fifteen tiny islands
that surround it only add to its scenic beauty.
Approximately 7,000 people, mostly descended from Normandy and Brittany in France.
GMT - 4 hours
The legal tender is the European euro, but US dollars are accepted throughout the island. Most businesses
accept major credit cards such as Visa, MasterCard and American Express, although it is best to check
before making any purchases.
220 volts with French-style plugs - US and UK appliances will require adaptors.
The below temperatures are maximum average temperatures in degrees Celsius.
The rainfall is recorded in inches. This weather information should be treated as a guide only.
St. Barth's weather is warm throughout the year. The high temperatures vary just
slightly between the summer and winter months, and the humidity levels on St, Barts are lower than
nearby islands. Winter mornings and late evenings are somewhat cooler (December-March).
If you have any concerns regarding hurricanes and the timing of your
then here are a few sites that can provide more detailed information: