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Holiday resorts in st lucia

cap estate

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Cap Estate is located on the northern tip of St Lucia. This fabulous destination of stunning natural beauty has a colourful history and vibrant culture. Revive and refresh on the island’s beaches or discover the truly amazing marine life while diving or snorkelling. You can enjoy the variety of water sports available enjoy a round of golf at the nearby 18-hole course. Near to Cap Estate, Rodney Bay has a wide choice of shopping opportunities with a modern mall and various smaller outlets.

There are local excursions on offer such as tours to the old French town of Soufriere, the historic Pigeon Island and for a taste of the local way of life visit Fond Latisab Creole Park at Babonneau. Discover St Lucia’s natural attractions including exotic wildlife, waterfalls, giant ferns, and wild orchids at Diamond Falls Botanical Gardens and see the famous twin peaks, the Pitons. Other activities include hiking, whale or turtle watching, yachting and game fishing. Those wanting a more relaxing experience can bathe in the hot springs or enjoy a sunset cruise. Cap Estate can provide you with a tranquil getaway or an action packed Caribbean adventure the choice is yours.

castries beach

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St Lucia offers a combination of high mountains, lush forests, and pristine beaches. Its bustling capital Castries, sits on the northwest with the dramatic volcanic cones of the Pitons towering in the background. This stunning setting is the perfect base from which to explore St. Lucia or to simply rest and relax. The city’s resorts offer water sports, land sports, golf and many activities for children. Much of the city is newly built, having been destroyed by fires between 1796 and 1948, but there are still historic buildings including the uniquely decorated Cathedral. Cruise ships dock in Castries Harbour and Point Seraphine, which is where you will find duty free shopping. The colourful central market is a real must see attraction, especially on a Saturday, for a vast array of West Indian produce and local crafts.

The varied choice of local excursions means there is something for everyone. There are tropical botanical gardens with nature trails and an opportunity to visit a drive-in volcano to take a dip in the sulphur springs. Castries offers amazing diving, stunning scenery, colourful culture and splendid relaxation.

choc bay

Choc Bay is set on the spectacular northwest coast of St Lucia, by the calm seas of the Caribbean. With sandy palm fringed beaches and beautiful views, Choc Bay is perfect for both a family adventure and a romantic getaway. There are numerous water sports on offer and you cannot miss the chance to go scuba diving or snorkelling in the clear warm waters. There is a dazzling cross section of Caribbean marine life around St Lucia including seahorses, angel fish, nurse sharks and turtles. The St Lucia Golf and Country Club is a dream for golf lovers. Choc Bay is also close to the capital Castries where you can shop for duty free specials or find local West Indian handicrafts in the Central Market.

There are various ways to explore the island and tours are available to the old French town of Soufriere, the Piton Mountains and Diamond Falls Botanical Gardens where you can see waterfalls, sulphur springs, villages and plantations. Visit the rainforests for rare birds and you can go whale, dolphins and turtle watching. Take a daytime or sunset cruise or a trip to historic Pigeon Island. Choc Bay is the ideal place to relax after your busy day on the beach and watch the amazing Caribbean sky change as the sun slowly sets over the beautiful bay.

gros islet

The newest town in Saint Lucia, Gros Islet is a special little place that has been recently promoted from a village to a town. It is the location of the Beausejour Cricket Grounds where both One Day International and Test Cricket is played. Its rapid growth is due to the town having been host to big events as parts of the 2007 Cricket World Cup and 2010 ICC World Twenty20 where played there. It is the administrative centre of the Gros Island Quarter, a region of Saint Lucia which includes the island's northernmost point, Cap Point.

A community with a long history of being a Roman Catholic parish as its first priest settled here in 1749, it has a small beach at Gros Islet, but there are larger beaches and several large tourists resorts within walking distance to the north. Heading south, past the marina, the main beach on the west coast is Reduit Beach. The beaches on the east coast are exposed to the Atlantic wind, but are still largely untouched. Rodney Bay Marina is located to the south and becomes a hub of activity when the Atlantic Ralley for Cruisers (ARC) finishes there in December. Beausejour Cricket Stadium is situated just outside of Gros Islet and was a venue for the 2007 Cricket World Cup.

labrelotte bay

Sitting on the Northeast coast of St Lucia, this resort is perfect for those sun-worshippers who want a break from the crowds. It is within close proximity of attractions such as Treasure Bay Casino, Samaans Park and Rodney Bay - home to Fort Rodney. Home to a sandy, crescent-shaped beach with clear blue waters that include roped off sections for you to swim in. The off-shore waters provide a good snorkelling opportunity to catch glimpses of some fascinating marine sights.

morgan bay

Located on St Lucia's West Coast at a mere 3 miles from the capital city of Castries, Morgan Bay is a secluded beach hideaway, a perfect place in which to get lost and escape reality in a lush beach setting with hillside land sloping through countless palm trees in the distance. The pristine beach is softly lapped by the waters of a secluded cove offering majestic views wherever your eyes wander.

Things to do while on a St Lucia holiday here include horse-back riding on the beach, snorkelling, windsurfing, kayaking or sailing while excursions are also available for the wandering traveller. Holidaymakers can take the land and sea trip to learn pretty much everything there is to know about St Lucia, passing through the rainforest, waterfall and volcano with free-flowing rum punch along the way. Alternatively the Sky rides will take you up on a tram gondola from where you will begin sky riding through the rain forest...an absolutely thrilling experience that no one ever forgets!

reduit beach

Reduit Beach, with its mile long sandy beach, is the perfect base for your Caribbean holiday. Reduit Beach is set on the northwest Caribbean side of the island in Rodney Bay. This family friendly location has many activities on offer. You can relax in the sun, try a spa treatment or take advantage of the many water sports available including snorkelling, scuba diving, and sailing. There is also a large yacht marina nearby where you can charter boats to nearby islands. Reduit Beach has grassy well-kept gardens along its lovely beach and you will find all the facilities and conveniences you could want for that perfect holiday.

There are many excursions available from Reduit Beach. You can go to the old French town of Soufriere, climb the twin peaks of the Piton Mountains and see waterfall and sulphur springs at Diamond Falls Botanical Gardens. Choose from a range of cruises including whale and turtle watching. For a reminder of St Lucia's interesting history visit a plantation or Pigeon Island. Enjoy the Caribbean atmosphere of the island by sampling the rum and Creole cuisine or enjoying the local’s passion for cricket and calypso and reggae music. Do as much or as little as you choose in this lovely Caribbean paradise.

rodney bay

St Lucia has palm fringed beaches, soft tropical air, lush vegetation and stunning scenery. Situated on the northwest side of St Lucia, Rodney Bay is an ideal location from which to make the most of the island's natural beauty.  Rodney Bay has a large yacht marina, good shopping and a variety of restaurants and bars. There are many water sports on offer including sailing, waterskiing and kayaking. St Lucia sits at the tip of an ancient underwater volcano which provides a stunning variety of coral and marine life perfect for snorkelling and scuba diving. Both beginner and experienced divers can enjoy this colourful spectacle. If you are feeling adventurous you can climb up Gros Piton for unforgettable views. For a more relaxing option, there are special treatments in the spa to evaporate the strains away.

Local excursions include a trip to the old French town of Soufriere, plantation tours, or a visit to Fond Latisab Creole Park to enjoy a taste of the local way of life. Hiking is popular in the St Lucia National Forest Reserve, which stretches 19,000 acres across the island and is home to exotic wildlife and endangered species. Numerous cruise options are on offer including whale watching and romantic sunset cruises. You can even tie the knot on the beautiful and historic Pigeon Island. Rodney Bay has something for everyone, whether you are seeking a sun, sea and sand holiday for the family, an action packed adventure or just a Caribbean hideaway to revitalize you.

soufriere

Visit Soufriere and you will see the real St Lucia. Soufriere, located in the southwest of the island, was once the island’s capital and retains some of its old French architecture. With brightly coloured fishing boats and a village market each Saturday, Soufriere is a stunning setting from which to enjoy the exciting pursuits of St Lucia. The steep coastlines and spectacular reefs offer excellent scuba diving and snorkelling. There are also great facilities for golf, tennis, sailing and many other leisure activities. Spectacular views of the majestic twin peaks of the Piton Mountains can be seen from Mt Gimie or by taking a helicopter flight around the island. The rainforests of the mountainous interior are one of the Caribbean's finest areas for hiking and bird watching. A visit to the world's only drive-in volcano offers a fascinating tour of its steamy sulphur springs and the mineral-rich, cascading waters of Diamond Falls offer a refreshing break.

St Lucia is known for the variety of music and entertainment. Most hotels and restaurants offer entertainment with Steel Pan bands, limbo dancers and Shak Shak bands. St Lucia has a Jazz Festival every May with ten days of music and Carnival season comes to the island each July. For a lush natural setting, good range of activities, vibrant culture and exciting excursions, St Lucia is hard to beat. Suited to both couples and families, Soufriere offers action filled days or the perfect Caribbean location to unwind on the beach.

vieux fort

Vieux Fort is the second largest town on St Lucia located on the island's stunning southern shore less than 10 minutes drive from St. Lucia's Hewanorra International Airport. Vieux Fort’s beach, Anse de Sables is a popular spot for windsurfers and visitors can book excursions to the Maria Islands just half a mile offshore. The Chique Lighthouse, offers one of the best panoramic views of the island and is located just outside town at St Lucia's most southerly point Cape Moule. Castries, the island capital, is about a one hour drive from the resort and is the best place for shopping at its market and duty-free shopping malls.
Vieux Fort has easy access to explore the wonders of St Lucia. Tours are available to the old French town of Soufriere, historic Pigeon Island. Visitors can explore the Piton Mountains and Diamond Falls botanical gardens where you can see waterfalls and sulphur springs, villages and plantations. Visit the rainforests to see rare birds and interesting mammals or you can go whale, dolphin and turtle watching. Vieux Fort is the ideal place to relax and enjoy the beautiful island of St Lucia.