St Lucia beaches and other activities
St Lucia is one of the most beautiful scenic Islands in the Caribbean. Visit the worlds only drive in volcano, cool off in the many waterfalls, scuba dive in the crystal clear Caribbean Sea, hike the incredible rain forests, laze around on the beautiful beaches. St Lucia has something for everyone.
The following is a small list of activities and local info we hope might help you understand what a diverse, beautiful, relaxing, exciting Island St Lucia really is.
Sightseeing in St Lucia
Visit the Exclusive Rain-Forest Adventure to experience Nature Trails, Bird Watching, Zip Lines and Bungee Trampoline.
The Island of St Lucia is dotted with beautiful waterfalls, one of them is The Diamond Falls and Mineral Baths.
The Volcano is the worlds only Drive in Volcano and The Sulphur Springs.
To see St Lucia from the sea is a real treat, charter a yacht or take a tour cruise around the Island.
And of course the famous Pitons are a must!.
Beaches in Marigot Bay
The beautiful Marigot Bay beach is literally 5 mins walk from your apartment. This famous beach known locally as "The Sandspit" where the original Dr Doolittle was filmed offers beautiful crystal clear calm waters and a full range of water sports.
Round off your day with a local Rum Punch while watching the "Green Flash Sunset"
Restaurants in Marigot Bay
With 5 waterfront restaurants, two of which are famous to the island, serving the finest in international cuisine, to local fare on the beach.
Night life in Marigot Bay
Marigot Bay and the Marina Village are well worth a visit whether you are looking for live music, dancing or a quiet romantic drink.
Fish on Friday in Anse la Raye is also a must do. Every Friday local fishermen bring in their catch of the day, its cooked on the beach front in a carnival atmosphere,
For the real party animal, the Friday Nite Jump at Rodney Bay is similar, but the party goes on all night!
Golf in St Lucia
St Lucia Golf and Country Club, offers an 18 hole golf course. All golfers will enjoy both the course and the views it offers of the Caribbean and Atlantic ocean.