Ships dock at Pointe Seraphine, a mile from Castries, the capital. When the port is busy, La Place Carenage, across the harbor from Pointe Seraphine, is the go-to.
The 238-square-mile island is in the Lesser Antilles between Martinique and St. Vincent.
The best duty-free shops are at Pointe Seraphine and La Place Carenage.
Diamond Falls Botanical
Gardens & Mineral Baths
The mineral-rich waters are said to have curative effects, and the botanical gardens are among the Caribbean’s best.
The modern-day beach refuge is also one of St. Lucia’s most important historical monuments.
Sulphur Springs Park
More than 20 natural pools purge steaming water from the Earth at the educational natural marvel.
A former French-British battle site, now it’s home to a military cemetery, the Inniskilling Monument, and what’s left of Fort Charlotte—now Sir Arthur Lewis Community College.
North of Castries, Pigeon Island National Landmark is a living museum that is hailed as one of the most important national monuments of St. Lucia hist...
St. Lucia’s legendary Sulphur Springs Park is a 113-acre fantasyland located within the Piton World Heritage Site. The geological playground ...
Cruise to St. Lucia’s iconic geological landmarks: the towering volcanic formations of Gros Piton and Petit Piton, a most dramatic sight from a boat. On the return to Castries, take a swim before cruising into historic Marigot Bay.
Discover monuments, key landmarks, tropical scenery, traditional farming communities, and gorgeous panoramic vistas in Castries and northern St. Lucia on a narrated scenic drive. The route takes you through the capital and across a mountain ridge on back roads that deliver breathtaking views of both the Caribbean and Atlantic.
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