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Saint-Barthélemy is a French island in the Caribbean among the Leeward Islands. Its land area is 21.0 km² (8.1 sq. miles), with a population destiny of 437 km². Administratively, the whole island of Saint-Barthélemy is a French Overseas Collectivity, and is part of the European Union.
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The island is also known as St Barts, Saint Barths, or Saint Barth.
St Barts has long been considered a playground of the rich and famous and is known for its beautiful pristine beaches, gourmet dining in chic restaurants and high-end designer shopping. There is one small airport that can only accommodate small prop planes from St Martin and San Juan, and the harbor is too small to accommodate cruise ships. The fact that it is hard to get to is part of the island's appeal.
Singer Jimmy Buffett is a frequent visitor on the island, and owns a house there. He also owned a hotel, the Autor de Rocher, which burned down in the early 1980s. David Letterman and Steve Martin also own property on the island, as well as the French singing star Johnny Hallyday.
Noteworthy annual events include New Years, Carnival in February, The Bucket in late March (a sailing event featuring the largest sailing yachts in the world), and Bastille Day.


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