Nestled in a lush, tropical hillside overlooking Capella Marigot Bay, St. Lucia neighbors the shops and cafes of Marina Village. Castries is 5 miles away and ...
Located directly on Reduit Beach, widely regarded as the best beach on St. Lucia, and surrounded by beautifully landscaped gardens. Local Rodney Bay Village ...
Nestled on the beach, this Cap Estate resort is 0.2 mi (0.3 km) from Smugglers Cove and 2 mi (3.2 km) from Pigeon Island National Park. St. Lucia Golf & Country ...
Nestled on the beach, this Rodney Bay resort is within a 10-minute walk of Baywalk Shopping Mall and Reduit Beach. Rodney Bay Marina and Bonne Terre Tropical ...
This all inclusive resort offers a romantic waterfront setting, located on a private cove near the entertainment district with a beach and over 25 acres overlooking ...
Patterned after a Mediterranean village, this St. Lucia resort is terraced into a steep green hillside facing the blue waters of Labrelotte Bay on St Lucia's ...
Named after Saint Lucy of Syracuse, the stunning volcanic island of St. Lucia is broken into picturesque parishes, swept by warm trade winds and cut by snaking roads, which run along rugged coastline. Home to both white- and dark-sand beaches, it's also a place to take in local music and quadrille dance or score artisan-made batik clothing and tropical art.
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December through May are peak season, marked by the most reliably dry weather -- not to mention the end of the Atlantic hurricane season (June through November). For fewer crowds and lower rates, St. Lucia's wet season occurs from the beginning of June and extends through July – the earlier period of hurricane season.
The Saint Lucian Jazz Festival, which booms with Caribbean music, is held for 10 days each May. The island also hosts the cultural festivals of La Rose and La Marguerite, in August and October respectively, when feasting and folk dancing are in full swing.
Attend the weekly Friday night Gros Inlet Jump-Up, when locals take to the square and cut a rug.
Cricket is ultra-popular in St. Lucia, and there's no better place to catch a match than at Beausejour Stadium.
Take a boat to the remote, dark-sand Anse Cochon beach, site of a pretty swimming, snorkeling and diving-friendly reef.
Eat like locals in and around Soufrière, Rodney Bay Castries and Gros Islet, where typical St. Lucian meals are abundant with seafood and ripe, Caribbean fruit.
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