Located in the heart of the Caribbean, vacation travelers are beckoned by pristine waters, local hospitality and serene relaxation under inviting palm trees. Particularly, one such island wonder which empties itself into the Caribbean Sea, is Marigot Bay, St. Lucia, W.I. This locale offers the comforts of an individual or family retreat with the amenities of villa-style living.The origin of the word "Villa" is described as an ancient Roman, upper-class country house. Although "...Know More
Great place within an easy walk to the beach. Very private. Well set up kitchen. Alexandra is very friendly and easy to communicate with. Nice outdoor seating area. It was the perfect spot for us!.
Rodney Bay is a bay located in the Gros Islet quarter on the island of Saint Lucia. Gros Islet is one of the ten quarters in the island. It can be found on the northwestern coast of the island above the Castries quarter, where the capital of St. Lucia is, and the Dauphin quarter.Know More
Anse Chastanet coral reef harbors a treasure trove of sea life across varying depths. On a plateau of two to eight meters, divers can see colored sponges, soft corals, boulder coral, and brain corals. Frogfish inhabit a large nearby cavern, and divers may spot many varieties of fish in the coral gardens, including parrotfish, goatfish, wrasse, chromis, and barracudas. The edge of the plateau is a wall that drops 46 meters to a lace coral ecosystem inhabited by lobsters, crabs, and eels. Plate coral starts below 30 meters. Above the surface, Anse Chastanet is a sheltered beach with beautiful views of the Pitons.Know More
Part of the UNESCO World Heritage-listed Pitons Management Area, the Pitons are St. Lucia's twin towering peaks and prime topographic features. These distinctive peaks soar out of the sea to great heights. The Gros Piton (large piton) to the south is 798 meters high, and the Petit Piton (small piton) is 750 meters high. Formed by volcanic activity about 200,000 to 300,000 years ago, both the Pitons are considered difficult climbs. If you're a diver, you can explore them as underwater cliffs. However, most visitors simply view them for their scenic beauty.Know More