Rugged rocky promontories drop away into blue seas tipped white, the rough side of the lovely lush island of Saba. Red-roofed houses punctuate the green flanks of Saba's mountainous topography, nearly the same vibrant shade as the Bougainvillea and Pink Ginger that sprinkle the tropical foliage with color. Don't expect big resorts or crowds here ? this is definitely a retreat for those seeking solitude, beauty and outdoor attractions.
Feast your sensory palette with a trip to St. Barth‚lemy, where the sight of white sand sliding into warm salty sea in the pink flush of sunset will nourish your soul, and skilled chefs whip up culinary delights in the sophisticated city of Gustavia to feed your body. Absent the developed resorts and fast pace of many popular island retreats, St. Barth, aka St. Barts, St. Barths or St. Barth‚lemy, is a laid-back favorite amongst those in the Caribbean know.
When what you're after in a holiday is a taste of history and absolute escape from worldly pressures, St. Eustatius has a rural vibe that may be just what you're looking for. Cows munch contentedly on grass that paves the flanks of St. Eustatius right down to the surf on the mountainous ends of the island. Waves crash on rocky shores, hanging salt-spray rainbows in island air, yours to enjoy in relative solitude.
Powdery stretches of sand stand stark against the translucent blue waters of islands of St. Kitts and adjacent island Nevis. Rocky promontories are a tangle of vivid foliage and bright blooms down to the ocean's edge, fanned by breeze in the coconut palms. No surprise then that the biggest attractions on St. Kitts & Nevis are the sand, sea and associated activities.
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