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Holidays to St Lucia

Any of our St Lucia holidays and all inclusive deals will certainly tick all the right boxes for you. Shaped rather like a mango, the island of St Lucia is just 14 miles wide and 27 miles long. St Lucia has lots of sandy beaches, a scenic landscape and thick rich rainforests. All of which have justly earned St Lucia its reputation as the most scenic island in the Caribbean – perfect if you’re seeking romance, escape or a hint of adventure. Mix the stunning natural scenery of St Lucia with near-perfect weather, total relaxation and plenty of fun and you’ll have the perfect mix for a very special holiday in the Caribbean.

Home of the friendliest people in the Caribbean, St Lucia is perfect for anyone in search of a beautiful beach holiday on a stunning island, yet with plenty of things to see and do, as you would expect, it is a fantastic choice for a honeymoon.

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St Lucia in Detail

St Lucia is indeed a Caribbean dream: a small, lush tropical gem of an island that is still relatively unknown and undeveloped, although it does offer a good variety of accommodation for tourists, including a few discreet resorts. St Lucia is one of the Windward Isles of the Lesser Antilles, situated midway down the Eastern Caribbean chain between Martinique and St Vincent, just north of Barbados. It is tiny - only 27 miles (43km) long and 14 miles (23km) wide - and shaped a bit like an avocado.

The volcanic island's main landmarks are the Pitons, two soaring peaks on its southern coast that rise up from the sea and shelter a magnificently dense rain forest, where wild orchids grow and brilliantly-plumed tropical birds abound. The Creole people of the island are as warm as the tropical climate, and visitors are treated to plenty of smiles as they make the most of the island's natural beauty and secluded golden beaches, where coral reefs beckon snorkellers and scuba divers.

Attractions in St Lucia

St Lucia is a wonderful destination for tourists with a tropical and sun-soaked holiday in mind. Its many beaches, emerald waters and incredible resorts draw in hordes of visitors every year, and understandably so.

Most guests arrive on cruise liners at the island's main port, Castries, and generally do little more than shop for souvenirs at the likes of the Castries Central Market and enjoy the beach; however, holidaymakers looking for something more won't be disappointed. Those who have time to explore are enchanted by the jungle walks and biking trails, as well as natural attractions like the fascinating Soufriere Volcano with its bubbling sulphur springs.

Visitors also enjoy the botanical gardens and the UNESCO-listed twin peaks which are known as 'The Pitons'. The Pigeon Island National Park is also popular among tourists for its white sandy beaches, as is seeing the best panoramic views of the island from the old town of Vieux Fort.

Those with a taste for sun and relaxation will not be disappointed in St Lucia, but neither will those looking for a more diverse tourist offering.

Top 5 Things To Do in St Lucia

Rodney Bay - Rodney Bay is a bay located in the Gros Islet quarter on the island of Saint Lucia – great for nightlife, choice of numerous restaurants, bars, clubs and shopping malls.
Diamond Botanical Gardens and Waterfalls - Former plantation-turned-park with many ornamental plants, waterfalls & geothermal mineral baths. A beautiful relaxing place to enjoy a day under the St Lucian sun.
Marigot Bay - Marigot Bay is located on the western coast of the Caribbean island of Saint Lucia. The bay is beautifully picturesque and has been the backdrop to some big movies.
Pigeon Island - Pigeon Island is a 44-acre islet located in Gros Islet in the northern region of Saint Lucia. Once isolated from the country in the Caribbean Sea, the island was artificially joined to the western coast. The island is the perfect place for hiking and escaping from the hustle of the bigger resorts. A very relaxed place to be.


When to visit

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  • Currency Eastern Caribbean dollar
  • Flying time from UK London to Saint Lucia is around 9 hours
  • Primary Language English
  • Passport & Visas British passport holders do not require a visa for stays of up to three months.