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Beaches in St. Lucia

Anse Des sables

Anse des Sables is a very long white sand beach. The beach is apart of a shallow bay area around the southern part of the island. You may experience strong wind as it is located on the windward side of the island.

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Anse Chastanet

Anse Chastanet beach in St Lucia has many coral reefs surrounding the area. it is a perfect place if you like to snorkel or dive. The reefs are close to shore so it is a perfect spot for beginners to enjoy viewing the underwater world.

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Jalousie Beach

Jalousie beach in St Lucia has beautiful white sand and crystal clear water. The beach is set in a breathtaking spot between the twin Gros and the Petit Piton Volcano. The beach is great for snorkeling and diving as there are many volcanic ashes underwater and there is an steep wall at the edge of the Pitons.

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Reduit Beach

Reduit in St Lucia is the place if your looking to relax and take a nice long walk along the beach and a nice swim in calm blue waters. Reduit Beach is one of the most popular beaches in St Lucia and gets visited by many cruise ship tourist. There are some hotels that line the beach with many facilities available to you. You can rent chairs and umbrellas as well as water sport activities.

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Grande Anse

Grand Anse is a beach that will become a national park in the future. The beach is set with cliffs in the backdrop, you can watch turtle swim in this area as it is a sanctuary for them and often you will see turtle laying on the beach and in and around the water.The beach is located a few miles north of the town Dennery.

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I went Jet Skiing on Reduit beach. Good jetski's and the restaurants along the beach were really good to.

Jun 24, 2010
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St. Lucia remains relatively unspoiled, a checkerboard of green-mantled mountains, valleys, wild orchids, and fishing villages. The island has a mixed French and British heritage, but there's a hint of the South Pacific about it as well. Music reverberates throughout St. Lucia, and the savory smells of a rich cuisine waft through Marigot Bay and Soufriere. A favorite stop-off for island-hoppers, yachties and jet-setters, St. Lucia offers volcanic rock beaches, lush fruity landscapes, and a lively nightlife of limbo, jazz, and rum punch.

Things to Do in St Lucia

Roll out your towel on the beige sand of popular Reduit Beach or the seclusion of Marigot Bay, ringed by emerald hills. Try to spot whales off Vigie Cove, or dive below the surface at Anse Chastanet. The Atlantic trade winds make for challenging windsurfing in Anse de Sables Bay, while beginners can try Cas en Bas beach at Gros Islet . Away from the beach, take a therapeutic mud bath at the sulfur springs of , discover St. Lucia's agricultural past at La Sikwe Historical Sugar Mill and Plantation or watch butterflies flit about at the Maria Islands Nature Reserve

Shopping in St Lucia

In the capital city, Castries, you can stock up on hot sauce, spices, and luscious fruits and vegetables at the bustling public market or bring back pottery, wood carvings and silk-screened textiles from the shops along William Peter Boulevard and Bridge Street. Head to Rodney Bay for original artworks and antique prints, and Soufriere for batik clothing.

Nightlife and Entertainment in St Lucia

Hotels and resorts provide the mainstay of local nightlife, with DJs spinning everything from calypso, soca and reggae to hip-hop, Latin, and rock at clubs and discos. Drink with the yachting crowd and expats in Marigot Bay or dance the night away with the jet-setters at clubs in Castries. Friday-night jump-ups are weekly street parties, where rum, reggae, and grilled fish flow. Gatherings in Gros Islet and Anse la Raye keep it hopping until the wee hours.

Restaurants and Dining in St Lucia

Creole flavors inspire much of the local cuisine. Taste traditional dishes such as green figs, salt fish and callaloo soup along with curries and pepperpot stews. Fresh foods abound, from fruits like mangoes, papayas and coconuts, and fish, including lobster and marlin. Dine on haute cuisine at the higher-end resorts and restaurants in Castries, or join the locals in Dennery for their Saturday night fish fiesta.

Climate in St Lucia

The climate is tropical, with temperatures ranging from the mid-seventies to the mid-eighties (25 to 30 degrees celsius).  During the hottest time of the year, from June to August, temperatures can reach the mid-nineties (32 degrees celsius).  Things are kept cool, however, by the constant trade winds.  Average rainfall ranges from 50 inches in the coastal regions to 160 inches in the interior rain forests.  The rainy season is from June to October.

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