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Harry Edwards Jewelers

St. Lucia's first choice for duty free and tax free shopping, HARRY EDWARDS JEWELERS (HEJ), is the market leader in exquisite watches and timepieces, the only authorized ROLEX retailer in St. Lucia, fine jewelry from world famous brands such as John Hardy, David Yurman, Chopard and Charriol, crystal, china and accessories. Our stores can be found at Pointe Seraphine, the largest duty free facility in St. Lucia.

Pointe Seraphine , 758-451-6799

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Caribelle Boutique

a hill top house/boutique where craftsmen create beautiful batik and screen-prints while you look around and shop.

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Pointe Saraphine

The complex is St. Lucia's main docking station for cruise ships and can at times be a beehive of activity and shopping. Shoppers can purchase duty-free designer perfumes, crystal, china, jewelry, cigars and clothing as well as wood carvings and other local arts and crafts.

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Eudovic's Art Studio

Vincent Joseph Eudovic has been carving wood longer than anyone else on the island of St.Lucia and has established himself as St. Lucia’s leading sculptor. Eudovic uses local woods for his abstract carvings, and since no two roots are the same, every single sculpture is unique and different. The main wood he uses is Laurier Canelle, which is now extinct on the island; but he uses the old stumps and uncovered roots which are usually found deep in the forest.

Castries , 758-452-2747

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Diamonds International

Like St. Lucia, Diamonds International has much to offer as well. Those searching for the best deals on duty free fine jewelry and designer timepieces will be treated to a selection fit for royalty. Visit our Windjammer Landing and Pointe Seraphine locations in Castries on your next cruise stop and let us show you why we remain the largest duty free jeweler in the world.

Castries , 758-453-6399

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Castries Craft Market

Shoppers will be dazzled by the beautiful colors and scents of the handmade clothing, paintings, carvings, and spices

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La Place Carenage

La Place Carenage as the name suggestest is located on the Castries Harbor and is quite often the first St. Lucian experience cruise ship passengers have. The two storey building offers a variety of souviner items and fine clothing and cosmetics.

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Info on St. Lucia

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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