Weather at the moment
Weather all year round
The weather in Saint-Barthélemy depends on a tropical climate that divides the year into two seasons: dry from December to May and wetter from June to November. The Azores high pressure system is blowing towards the island in an easterly wind, better known as the trade wind, so that the temperature differences at Saint-Barthélemy do not exceed 4°C and the mercury stabilises all year round at around 27°C
As far as accommodation is concerned, we start high, go from high to dizzying high and go down to -40% in the low season. Saint-Barth is not intended to be cheap, but some formulas allow you to stay on the island without being a golden boy: renting a cabin with a kitchen in a hotel complex is a good idea and allows you to enjoy the pool or spa. You will then notice that even food is very expensive in St Barts.
European Community nationals may return to Saint-Barthélemy with a passport. Members from other countries may require a visa for some of them. Attention, the visa for metropolitan France is not always enough, it is sometimes necessary to ask for an extension for the DOM-TOM
For French citizens, there are two possibilities: : if you arrive by Juliana International Airport on the Dutch side, you must be in possession of a valid passport 6 months after the date of return and a return ticket. However, for arrivals at the airport on the French side of L'Espérance Grand-Case, the identity card is sufficient.
Canadian and U.S. citizens are ñ admitted without a visa for a stay of less than three months, upon presentation ñ of their passports
Advice to travellers: the island of Saint-Barthélemy has no stream or river! Drinking water is therefore produced by the state-of-the-art desalination unit. Nevertheless, the inhabitants keep a cistern of rainwater in case of need or to water the gardens. Be an eco-citizen during your stay and don't waste water unnecessarily. To get to Saint-Barthélemy, no special vaccines are required except the traditional ones (diphtheria, tetanus, poliomyelitis). The most cautious and adventurous will have to add hepatitis A and hepatitis B. Attention: sun protection is essential! You are between the Tropic of Cancer and the Equator, and ultraviolet rays are particularly violent. Maximum protection, such as sunblock, is recommended for those who only know the Mediterranean sun.