Some still call it "The Rockefeller Beach", from the famous name of the former owner of the estate that surrounds it. It's a very popular place for Sunday picnics, and locals have a tradition of camping there during Easter time.
Colombier beach is part of the protected areas of the St-Barthelemy nature reserve. The latter is accessible on foot by two paths, one from Flamands and the other from Colombier (about 20 minutes), which explains its great calm and serenity. The bay is also a privileged anchorage area for many boaters, which offers a very special attraction. The pleasant and accessible promenade is a pleasant way to discover the nature of the island and one of the most beautiful beaches of Saint-Barthelemy. Being an integral part of the Marine Reserve, its waters are protected and fishing is prohibited, allowing you to enjoy superb snorkeling dives with the guarantee of admiring a multitude of coral fish, sea turtles, stingrays and fields of starfish.