With the history of this island bringing both British and French influences, Saint Lucia is a rich tapestry of culture with a distinctly Caribbean feel and own unique patois.
The natural sights here are remarkable, notably the World Heritage-recognised Gros and Petit Pitons: two dramatic peaks in the south of the island that can be scaled under guidance. From volcanic origins, this picturesque island landscape is brimming with lush dense rainforests and beaches steeped in character, all to a backdrop of verdant mountains. Drive into the heart of a volcano, visit the sulphur springs, photograph the most awe-inspiring ferns, orchids and wild birds, or take an exhilarating canopy zip-wire over some of these remarkable sights. Saint Lucia is ideal for varied and challenging mountain bike rides and is situated amid some of the most breathtaking diving and snorkelling sites in the whole of the Caribbean. The local gastronomy incorporates French influences with food and drink festivals, street parties and local cultural evenings offering a fascinating insight into life on this beautiful island. Held at the beginning of May each year, the Saint Lucia Jazz & Arts Festival is a highly anticipated event in the Caribbean calendar and is not to be missed.
Located on Malabar beach and set in beautiful grounds, this boutique resort is exclusively for couples seeking a romantic getaway and is perfect for a personal and memorable honeymoon or wedding. Hidden among the tropical foliage [...]View Hotel
Sugar Beach, A Viceroy Resort
Set within a striking UNESCO world heritage site, Sugar Beach, A Viceroy Resort is nestled between the famous Pitons and bordered by a stunning white sand beach. A former 18th century sugar plantation located at the heart of one o [...]View Hotel
For those looking to get away and reconnect body and mind, BodyHoliday is the ultimate destination. The real luxury here is the diverse choice of activities in the all-inclusive package that are just waiting to be explored and enj [...]View Hotel