St. Barts
St. Barts was primarily a French colony when first discovered, so you can expect to find French cultural and architectural influences as well as Creole cuisine and traditional French cooking techniques. This Caribbean island also boasts 14 public beaches and luxurious outdoor dining experiences. According to U.S. News & World Report, St. Barts “is ideal for those seeking a Euro-themed utopia.”
By the way, don’t forget to get a snapshot of the free-roaming iguanas while you’re there.