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The Nomade villa in St Barth.

From Turks and Caicos to St Barth, 10 Vacation Villas to Try Now

By: Alexander Britell - September 8, 2023
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If you’re a frequent Caribbean traveler, you know that there’s simply no experience like a luxury villa vacation. 

The seclusion, the comfort, the independence — they’re the reasons why villas have become arguably the biggest trend in Caribbean travel since the onset of the pandemic. 

A villa vacation means an immersive local experience: shopping in the market, eating out at local eateries, changing your internal rhythm to an island beat. 

We’ve selected a collection of outstanding villas from the Caribbean’s leading provider, WIMCO, to inspire your next villa vacation in the Caribbean. 

Do you have a favorite vacation villa in the Caribbean? Let us know at 

Villa Petite Plage 4, St Martin 

This is one of the coolest villa settings in the Caribbean: just above the beach near the Grand Case Beach Club, a short walk from the world-class dining scene in town and a jaw-dropping view of Anguilla and the Creole Rock. This is a five-bedroom villa directly on the beach; it’s the height of French Caribbean elegance. 

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