Caribbean Tourism

Getting Around

Getting Around

Car There is no public transport on the island but cars and taxis can be hired. Driving is on the right, but some roads are so narrow you have to pass where you can. To hire a car you need a driving licence from your own country or an international driver’s licence. Watch out for cows, donkeys, goats and sheep roaming around freely. They are a traffic...

Gustavia

In Gustavia, the capital, there are branches of several well-known French shops (such as Cartier). The small crowd of habitués is mostly young, chic, and French. The food, wine, and aromas are equally Gallic. The harbour or Carénage was renamed Gustavia after the 18th-century Swedish king, Gustavus III, and became a free port, marking the beginning of the...

Getting Around

Land Car Hire: Many agencies at the airport. Hertz T277114 Avis T277143 Budget T276630 Turbe T277142 Gumbs Rental T277532 Questel T277322 Aubin T277303 Europcar T277333 Soleil Caraïbes T276718 Island Car Rental T277001 Scooters can be rented from Rent Some Fun T277059, Chez Beranger T278900, Saint Barth Moto Bike T276789. Denis Dufau, Saint-Jean, T275483...