St Lucia Holidays in 2014

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St Lucia Holidays

Planning the St Lucia holiday of your dreams? Take a look at these brilliant sights and locations, recommended by lowcostholidays.com!

St Lucia Beaches:

  • Anse Chastenet beach is one of the most beautiful in St Lucia, and visitors will love the distinctive shores of white sand with streaks of black volcanic sand running through it
  • Rodney Bay is the perfect spot for those wanting a lively busy beach on their stress-free getaway. Water sports equipment is available for hire, and there are plenty of bars and restaurants for refreshments
  • Head to Marigot Bay if you’re looking for seclusion on your holiday
  • An idyllic spot close to St Lucia is Choc Bay, the gorgeous palm fringed beaches and beautiful setting will provide the tranquility you desire

St Lucia Activities:

  • If you're looking to play a round of golf, choose from a variety of courses, and enjoy the outstanding natural beauty on your way round
  • Charter a yacht for an evening sail or day cruise around the spectacular bay. These can be hired skippered, or bare-boat
  • Don’t mind getting a bit wet? Some of the most popular St Lucia attractions are the water sports, due to the sparkling blue sea, and the nearby reefs. Hire equipment for windsurfing, snorkelling and scuba diving is widely available

St Lucia Nightlife:

  • The town of Gros Islet is widely considered the party capital of St Lucia, so serious night owls will be happiest here
  • Rodney Bay is particularly vibrant; try Happy Days Bar for excellent barbecues and two-for-one drinks offers all night long
  • St Lucia nightlife is fabulously lively, but there are plenty of restaurants to have a quieter time in too. The seafood in the fishing village of Anse-la-Ray is not to be missed on your holidays in St Lucia

More St Lucia Attractions:

  • Looking for a unique and adventurous experience? For one of the more daring things to do in St Lucia, make sure you visit La Soufriere, the drive-through volcano
  • Nature lovers shouldn’t miss the rainforest tours. There are 19,000 acres of rainforest in St Lucia, and the tours are a great opportunity to see the exotic plants and wildlife within. Look out for the rare Jacquot parrot
  • Don’t miss the Rhythm of Rum tour of the St Lucia Rum distillers. The tour ends with a carnival extravaganza and rum buffet