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Anse Cochon

Anse Cochon (off West Coast Road – 5 km south of Anse la Raye) – this dark-sand beach (a 30 minute drive south of Castries), is located in front of Ti Kaye Village. It can be reached the short way (by boat), or the long way (through Ti Kaye’s mile-long road). These waters are part […]

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Baywalk Shopping Mall

Baywalk Shopping Mall (Baywalk Shopping Centre, Rodney Bay) – this shopping center has over 80 stores, some of which are major international retailers, such as Benetton, Nine West, Hugo Boss, US Polo, Mac and others. That, along with Western Union, cell phone providers Digicel and Lime, as well as fast food eateries, a casino, a […]

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Aqua

Aqua (Rodney Bay)—opening as early at 8 pm, partygoers here can choose to dance the night away inside the club’s buzzing facility or outdoors on the club’s popular party deck.

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Apsara

Apsara (Anse Chastanet, Soufriere) – this restaurant serves dishes with both Indian and Caribbean influences, such as mulligatawny soup with cumin yogurt or vegetable samosas, coconut-chili king prawns, pork vindaloo, tandoori-roasted salmon, as well as lamb chops, chicken, and lobster. Its unique desserts include seamoss-flavored kulfi (Indian-style ice cream) and something called “Apsara’s Temptation” (tandoori-baked […]

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Balenbouche Estate

Balenbouche Estate (Choiseul) — a unique 70-acre plantation “eco-lodge” set within a fascinating historical landscape, Balenbouche Estate is located on the southwest corner of the island, between the Hewanorra International airport in Vieux Fort, St. Lucia’s second largest town (20 minute drive), and the town of Soufriere (30 minute drive). Several secluded beaches are also […]

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Sobre Santa Lucía

Saint Lucia is a volcanic island in the eastern Caribbean (covering an area of 617 square kilometers) which was initially discovered by French colonists, which named the island after Saint Lucy of Syracuse. The French made the first permanent European settlement there in 1643. However, the island changed hands constantly between French and British control […]