Tagged: beach bar, caribbean, christophe harbour, salt plage, st. kitts
SALT Plage, a beach bar located at the Christophe Harbour development on the southeast peninsula of St. Kitts, continues to receive accolades from worldwide publications. The latest to trumpet its attributes is Oh So London in an article hich asks the question “Is this the coolest bar in St. Kitts?” Describing it as “a clever rustic beach shack turns contemporary vibe,” the author goes on to list two of the biggest reasons SALT Plage is such a draw: its rich history, represented by its tie to the long ago salt export business from the nearby ponds and of course its paradise setting, with its “lapping shores, fantastic views out to sea and a hilly backdrop of the island’s South Peninsula. Plus dozens of palm trees and (hopefully) lots of sunshine.” Oh yeah. Don’t forget the fact that it sits on a west facing beach which is pretty much the only draw I really need. After all, sundowners can only really be enjoyed as you watch the sun actually go down. Hence the name.
To read more about the author’s reflections on SALT Plage, you can access the original article here.
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