St. Lucia

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  • 1. Castries Market


    Under a brilliant orange roof, this bustling market is at its liveliest on Saturday morning, when farmers bring their produce and spices to...Read More

  • Diamond Falls Botanical Gardens & Mineral Baths

    2. Diamond Falls Botanical Gardens & Mineral Baths


    These splendid gardens are part of Soufrière Estate, a 2,000-acre land grant presented by King Louis XIV in 1713 to three Devaux brothers from...Read More

    Diamond Falls Botanical Gardens & Mineral Baths
  • Marigot Bay

    3. Marigot Bay


    This is one of the prettiest natural harbors in the Caribbean. In 1778, British admiral Samuel Barrington sailed into this secluded bay-within...Read More

    Marigot Bay
  • Reduit Beach

    4. Reduit Beach


    Many feel that Reduit (pronounced red-wee) is the island's finest beach. The long stretch of golden sand that frames Rodney Bay is within walking...Read More

    Reduit Beach
  • The Pitons

    5. The Pitons

    Viewpoint/Scenic Overlook

    Rising precipitously from the cobalt-blue Caribbean just south of Soufrière Bay, these two unusual mountains—named a UNESCO World Heritage Site...Read More

    The Pitons
  • 6. Anse Chastanet


    In front of the resort of the same name and Jade Mountain, this palm-studded, dark-sand beach just north of Soufrière has a backdrop of green...Read More

  • 7. Anse Cochon


    This dark-sand beach in front of Ti Kaye Resort & Spa is accessible by boat or by jeep via Ti Kaye's mile-long, tire-crunching access road...Read More

  • 8. Anse des Pitons


    The white sand on this crescent beach, snuggled between the Pitons, was imported years ago and spread over the natural black sand. Accessible...Read More

  • 9. Barre de l'Isle Forest Reserve


    St. Lucia is divided into eastern and western halves by Barre de l'Isle ridge. A mile-long (1½-km-long) trail cuts through the reserve, and...Read More

  • 10. Bounty Rum Distillery


    St. Lucia Distillers, which produces the island's own Bounty and Chairman's Reserve rums, offers 90-minute Rhythm of Rum tours that cover the...Read More

  • 11. Cathedral of the Immaculate Conception

    Religious Building/Site/Shrine

    Directly across Laborie Street from Derek Walcott Square stands Castries's Roman Catholic cathedral, which was built in 1897. Though it appears...Read More

  • 12. Derek Walcott Square


    The city's green oasis is bordered by Brazil, Laborie, Micoud, and Bourbon streets. Formerly Columbus Square, it was renamed to honor the hometown...Read More

  • 13. Edmund Forest Reserve


    Dense tropical rain forest that stretches from one side of St. Lucia to the other, sprawling over 19,000 acres of mountains and valleys, is...Read More

  • 14. Fond Doux Estate


    One of the earliest French estates established by land grants (1745 and 1763), this plantation still produces cocoa, citrus, bananas, coconut...Read More

  • 15. Ft. Charlotte


    Begun in 1764 by the French as the Citadelle du Morne Fortune, Ft. Charlotte was completed after 20 years of battling and changing hands. Its...Read More

  • 16. Government House


    The official residence of the governor-general—and one of the island's few remaining examples of Victorian architecture—is perched high above...Read More

  • 17. La Place Carenage


    On the south side of the harbor near the pier and markets is a duty-free shopping complex with a dozen shops and a café. ...Read More

  • 18. La Soufrière Drive-In Volcano

    Geological Site

    As you approach the volcano, your nose will pick up the strong scent of sulfur from more than 20 belching pools of murky water, crusty sulfur...Read More

  • 19. Mamiku Gardens


    One of St. Lucia's largest and loveliest botanical gardens surrounds the hilltop ruins of the Micoud Estate. Baron Micoud, an 18th-century colonel...Read More

  • 20. Maria Islands Nature Reserve


    Two tiny islands in the Atlantic Ocean off St. Lucia's southeastern coast make up the reserve, which has its own interpretive center. The 25...Read More

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