Imagine yourself waking up in BelAmour. You quietly leave the comfy king-size bed, walk to the bay window and push away the curtain. Your husband stirs a bit in the bed, while the soft Caribbean morning light penetrates into the bedroom. From the window, you have a glimpse of the spectacular view over the Caribbean sea, the northwestern coast of St Barts, and the nearby islets of Bonhomme and Chevreau. In the background, you can see the very hilly St Martin and the very flat Anguilla. As the villa is cliff side right above the sea, you feel like being at the same time in the cabin of a luxurious cruise ship and on board a private jet. You walk past the dressing room and put a featherlight robe on. You slide open the wooden door and enter the living room. On your left, your eyes wander past the sofas to contemplate the pool and the sea beyond it. On your right, you look past the dinner table in the patio to admire once more the mural painting. It is called Miracle of Love and has been designed by French fashion designer and artist Jean-Charles de Castelbajac, exclusively for you and for the very few who get to stay at BelAmour. You walk into the kitchen, make yourself an espresso and you go outside, to the deck, by the pool. All is quiet, the soft sea breeze is like a caress on your skin. You can see and hear the waves crashing at the feet of the villa, 100 feet blow. This is just you enjoying a perfect morning. The high walls of the villa make this experience very private. You decide to leave the villa for 5 minutes, just to walk a bit around the quiet neighborhood of Pointe Milou. The sun is rising over the sea, at the east. You contemplate the sunrise, rested and happy. You finish your coffee and walk back into BelAmour, close the mysterious red door that separates the villa from the outside world. You hear the water running in the shower. You decide to join your husband to give a great start to this new romantic day in BelAmour. Villa BelAmour is very private. It is located in Pointe Milou, a quiet, much sought-after, area of the island of Saint Barthelemy (French Caribbean). The villa is right on a cliff. The bedroom itself has actually been carved into the cliff, with just its gigantic sliding glass windows emerging from the hill to give you fantastic views on the sea. From the road, the rare bystanders can only have a glimpse at high walls, a mysterious red door and a parking place for 2 cars. BelAmour is the quintessential Pointe Milou villa: For the people in the know, it guarantees discretion, luxury, and intimacy.