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    Great for hiking and a good place to take inexperienced divers or snorkelers looking for an adventure, Columbier remains a part of the island that is entirely about the natural world, making it a favorite escape for hikers, or vacationers in need of alone time.

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    The beaches on St. Barths are gorgeous and well worth any walking/hiking needed to reach them. Colombier is sometimes called Rockefeller's Beach and is a good one to check out. If you'd like to park and step onto the beach stick with St. Jean beach...but if you're up for a bit of hiking check out this overview of the island's beaches or make friends with a local who can show you the secret spots. http://www.st-barths.com/en/saint-barthelemy-guide/beaches-st-barts.html

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    If you want a seriously isolated beach on St. Barth, check out Anse de Colombier. It takes about 15 minutes to walk to the beach from the closest parking, but most people arrive by boat (lots of snorkeling trips come here). But if you want the perfect, sparsely populated white sand beach overlooking turquoise water, this beach will deliver.

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    Extraordinary home away from luxurious home!

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Accessible only by sea or a 20-minute walk along a winding pathway from Flamand, This could explain the peace and quiet found there. Colombier is idyllic and a favorite spot for yachts to anchor. An integral part of the Marine Reserve, the sea bed near the rocks is particularly rich and colorful. A favorite meeting place for tortoises, rays, lobster and even dolphins.

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