A tranquil haven filled with the most paradise-like scenery on the planet, the gorgeous Caribbean gem offers a heady mix of lazy days, beautiful waterfalls, photogenic extinct volcanic cones, old plantations, hidden beaches, modern comforts, and incredible marine life
A beach with white sand and crystal clear water, this beach could be described as paradise. The beach is very popular with both tourists and residents which can see it crowded at times.
Les Saintes is formed up of nine unspoiled islands. Two of these islands are inhabited and are havens for visitors with bistros galore. It is a volcanic archipelago and is surrounded by shallow reefs.
A picturesque, 44-acre island reserve joined to mainland Rodney Bay; Pigeon Island is a cultural, historical and recreational treasure of St. Lucia.
The largest city in St. Lucia, Castries, is a lively and buzzing port located on the island’s northwest coast. From busy cruise ports to vibrant markets and serene beaches, the capital city gives an authentic taste of Caribbean life.