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Holiday lets in Vitet

Do you know what a "morne" is? In the French West Indies, it is the term used to describe any round-shaped landform. Good to know if you plan to stay in Vitet, because the locals call it the "morne de Vitet", as it is the highest point of the island. And who says high point says panoramic view! From the top of its 286 meters above sea level, you can admire a 360 degree view, from north to south and from east to west. And since we are talking about the most important peak of the island, it is also the favourite place for walkers, cyclists and horse riders. The Morne can be explored via its hiking trails, whether you're wearing hiking boots, riding a bike or even a horse. All the options are possible for your holiday in Vitet - just choose the one that suits you! Check out our My home in Saint Barthélemy website and discover our selection of rentals near the morne de Vitet.


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Our accommodation proposals in Vitet, Saint Barth

Discover below our rental offers in Vitet St Barts. My home in also offers you to rent holiday homes in Lorient or rentals in Saline or Colombier areas.


Short term holiday rentals in Vitet

Do you know that St Barths was named in 1493 after Christopher Columbus' brother - Bartholomew? First settled by the inhabitants of the neighbouring island of St. Kitts, it was sold to the Maltese order three years later, then stolen by the Caribbean indians. Seven years later, it was the first time the French came here: sailors from Brittany and Normandy landed on the island and settled there. In the 18th century, the English took over! They had control of the island for a few years before it was ceded back to France. In 1784, France ceded the island to Sweden, which created most of the island's facilities and named the capital ''Gustavia''. In 1877, the King of Norway signed a treaty with France allowing it to recover its island, which became a part of Guadeloupe archipelago without any consent. In 2003, the island's inhabitants finally voted for their independence and St Barths was granted the status of an overseas collectivity. Although the island has a rich colonial past, today it offers its holidaymakers a truly gentle lifestyle amidst the wild nature. Check out our rental offers near the Morne de Vitet on My home in Saint Barthélemy and click on the place that best suits your expectations for your holiday in the Caribbean.