Why not combine transportation with recreation and explore the island with the sun on your back?
Riding around St. Barts
Driving is on the right and the maximum speed is 50 km/h; helmets are required.
Be careful! If you are used to wide streets, driving in St. Barts can be an adventure. There are many narrow, winding roads (all 2-lanes) and blind corners without worded signage (only an exclamation point).
Make sure you fuel up before heading out for the day because there are only two gas stations on the island — one near the airport and one in Lorient — both of which are closed on Sundays.
Make yourself visible and resist the temptation to ride between cars. The winding roads are narrow and cars may make sudden movements
Make sure that you slow down as you manoeuvre 90-degree curves, and watch out for tailgating motorbikes and scooters.
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