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St Lucia

With the towering Pitons and sulphur springs to the south of the island and the lively beachfront community of Rodney Bay to the north, St Lucia offers a true diversity of scenery and lifestyles. Whilst a perennial favourite with the British traveller, the mix of English and French heritage is soon evident, Creole food being just as popular as cricket.

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Sugar Beach, A Viceroy Resort, St Lucia (Caribbean)
Sugar Beach, a Viceroy Resort, is one of the Caribbean's finest properties. Set in 40 hectares of tropical gardens, this elegant and ever-popular resort hotel boasts a stunning location overlooking the iconic valley of the Pitons, the white sands of Sugar Beach and the sparkling Caribbean Sea. The f...    read more
Jade Mountain, St Lucia (Caribbean)

Located on Morne Chastanet, on St Lucia's south-west coast, Jade Mountain is an exclusive resort overlooking the secluded bay of Anse Chastanet and St Lucia's Piton world heritage site. Built in harmony with its natural surroundings the resort has 24 infinity pool sanctuaries and five whirlpool s...    read more

Calabash Cove

Positioned on a gently sloping hillside, along the north-west coast of the island, Calabash Cove Resort & Spa is a boutique hotel affording unparalleled views of the sheltered Bay of Bonaire and the Caribbean sunset. Designed to complement its natural surroundings, this property features 26 air-c...    read more

Cap Maison, St Lucia (Caribbean)

Set atop an ocean bluff, on the north-west tip of St Lucia, Cap Maison is a luxury boutique hotel and spa offering views of the ocean and the secluded sandy beach below. Spread throughout the lush tropical gardens are 49 generously sized rooms, junior suites and 1-, 2- and 3-bedroom villas. All s...    read more

East Winds Inn

East Winds Inn is an intimate, all-inclusive resort located on one of St Lucia's most sheltered bays. Set among five hectares of lush tropical gardens, this traditional resort is one of the oldest and most established on the island, offering elegant, cottage-style accommodation for families and h...    read more

Drive-in with a Difference

Drive-in with a Difference

St Lucia lays claim to the world’s only drive-in volcano, also known as the sulphur springs. The last eruption was in the late 1700’s and the volcano is now dormant, as indicated by the pervading smell of sulphur. However, there are still signs of activity, with boiling mud, water and steam emerging from the crater.
Explore St Lucia

Explore St Lucia

A journey southwards from Castries will reveal the iconic twin Pitons rising 2,000 feet up from the sea and dominating the skyline as you near Soufriere. Hike through the National Rain Forest and you will encounter orchids, giant ferns and birds of paradise whilst back in the north, a walk to the top of historic Fort Rodney on Pigeon Island affords spectacular views. For an unforgettable experience, whale watching trips provide regular sightings.
Relax in St Lucia

Relax in St Lucia

Whether basking with the Pitons as your backdrop or lounging on the sands of the north, St Lucia’s beaches offer a wonderful setting for soaking up the Caribbean sun. A leisurely boat trip to Soufriere or Marigot Bay offers an alternative perspective of the island’s spectacular coastline and other activities include horseback riding, snorkelling the coral reefs, spa hotels and the championship St Lucia Golf Club provide a range of leisurely pastimes.


St Lucia Jazz Festival, an annual 5-day extravaganza of jazz, rhythm & blues and calypso, with performances hosted at venues around the island in the first week or so of May.