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St Lucia Holidays

Jaw-dropping natural beauty

Sitting in between the Caribbean Sea and the Atlantic Ocean it boasts both an enviable location and 98 miles of luscious coastline – the true definition of Caribbean paradise.

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Rendezvous  

7 nights All Inclusive from £1659

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  • Dept Dates: 18 May 14 - 25 May 14
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Windjammer Landing  

7 nights All Inclusive from £1259

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  • Dept Dates: 1 May 14 - 23 May 14
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Explore the beauty of St Lucia

One of the most visually stunning Caribbean islands, St Lucia is decadently decorated with rolling verdant hills and circled by a ribbon of velvet beaches. It boasts pristine sand and lush tropical rainforests, containing a wealth of wildlife. The unique culture here comes as a result of an intermingling of European heritage, predominantly French and British, along with Indian Creole. The famous twin Piton peaks tower over the south of the island while the north is where you’ll find the larger cities such as the capital, Castries.

Why visit St Lucia?

Nestling between the Caribbean Sea and the Atlantic Ocean, St Lucia – with 98 miles of coastline – is a postcard-perfect island paradise. Even inland, the lush tropical rainforests and twin volcanic peaks of the Pitons, which soar 2,500ft into the sky, make for an idyllic island experience.

Of course, St Lucia is a wonderful place for all kinds of holidays. If you want a family holiday, an all-inclusive, a honeymoon, or just want an adult-only break for some well-earned peace and quiet, St Lucia has a holiday to suit your needs. There are so many kinds of holiday to choose from: you can explore the local culture, take part in ocean watersports, or just watch the world go by with a relaxing beach holiday – St Lucia has something for everyone.

The unique culture of the island’s 174,000 inhabitants is a result of its French and British colonial history, mixed in with that of the indigenous people – and this melting pot is behind many of the islands delights: from amazing food to the fabulous carnivals, St Lucia is a truly fabulous holiday destination.

For active holidaymakers, there are activities on land and sea, making the most of the islands obvious strengths – from trekking, or riding the sky tram, in the rainforest to scuba diving and windsurfing, you’ll find the lot. The famous Piton volcanic peaks tower over the south of the island and make for a wonderful adventure, too. Or why not drive into the crater of the island’s other volcano, La Soufriere.

Of course, there are the beaches: Anse Chastanet Beach is one of the most picturesque stretches of sand in the whole of the Caribbean. Rodney Bay attracts the crowds, and Choc Bay is for the quieter beach experience. For a truly secluded beach, try Marigot Bay on the western coast of the island: or head south, as most of the southern coast’s beaches can only be reached by boat. You won’t be disappointed – they are all black volcanic sands, romantic hideaways, and perfect for snorkelling and diving, and those views of the Pitons.

Food and drink

St Lucia’s food is truly delicious and takes in the island’s heritage and, of course, the sea. The national dish – green banana and saltfish is a must. But also try other St Lucian delicacies such as langouste (Caribbean lobster), Lambi (conch meat), fried plantain, callaloo soup and breadfruit.

Piton Beer is the locally brewed lager and is perfect for cooling off under the hot sun. And there is a local soft drink called Golden Apple for quenching your thirst. And, of course, there’s rum for the true Caribbean experience – Chairman’s Reserve being the connoisseur’s choice of local spirit. For more information on food and drink visit our travel guide.

Street parties and festivals

The Gros Islet Friday Night Street Party is held every month, and is the Caribbean’s longest running party of its kind. Go along and soak up the atmosphere with the Caribbean music, BBQs, dancing and drinking.

Yearly, in mid-October, is the Feast of La Marguerite, or La MagWit in Creole. And in August is La Woz (or The Rose). These amazing festivals are run by two historic societies dedicated to singing the praises of the rose and the marguerite flowers, and epitomise the spirit of the islands.

In the middle of summer, July brings the Saint Lucia Carnival, a grand and exciting celebration featuring St Lucian art displays, cultural music and dance, great food, community and a fantastic parade to top it all off.

If all these attractions are not enough to persuade you, then St Lucia’s markets sell locally made silk screened fabrics, art, straw weavings, pottery and wood carvings from the many local artists. And the island is even great for a multi-centre holiday as it boasts two airports, opening up travel possibilities to all of the Caribbean and beyond.

Hotels for everyone

Our hotels, too, have something for everyone. The Coconut Bay is a true family hotel with a splash-park and, being very close to the airport, is perfect for visiting with children. The BodyHoliday is one of the best spa hotels in the world and a truly wonderful all inclusive, experience. The holiday includes spa treatments, yoga classes, watersports and even smoothies.

Then there’s the St James’s Club Morgan bay, perfect for families and couples who want to lose themselves in the glow of the St Lucian sunshine. And the Kids Club will keep the children occupied, too.

But, for a true escape from it all, Rendezvous is a boutique couples-only resort in a tranquil and beautiful tropical garden and on the pretty Malabar Beach, replete with perfect soft sand and fully serviced by the hotel. Perfect for an adult-only romantic getaway.
 

St Lucia Information

There is a wide variety of things to see and do whilst staying in St Lucia. Here are some of the highlights, together with some essential information you may need during your holiday.


Top 10 Things To Do In St Lucia Top 10 Things To Do In St Lucia
St Lucia is one of the most active Caribbean islands in more ways than one and if you fancy finding out a few more reasons to treat yourself then check out the top 10 things to do in St Lucia.
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The pinnacle of luxury and elegance, St Lucia is iconic and a true example of the Caribbean’s wondrous coastline.

Things To Do and Excursions Things To Do and Excursions
St Lucia is brimming with fun activities and attractions, including festivals, street parties and bustling shopping districts.

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St Lucia Weather

Here is a guide to the temperatures throughout the year and current outlook for the next 5 days.

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A true taste of St Lucia

A true taste of St Lucia

Heavily influenced by West African, British, French and East Indian cuisines, the flavourful gastronomy of St Lucia is a treat you won’t want to miss out on. Stews, soups and pies are regularly made here and accompanied by fresh vegetables which are produced on the island. The influence East India had on the island’s cuisine created a number of unique …

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Tropical Sky client Christine Davies holidays at St James’s Club Morgan Bay, St Lucia

Tropical Sky client Christine Davies holidays at St James’s Club Morgan Bay, St Lucia

My husband and I have holidayed in the Caribbean for some years now. We’ve been to the Dominican Republic several times, Antigua, Bahamas, Cuba, Mexico and Aruba. St Lucia was an island we were keen to visit. I checked the usual brochures and holiday websites but generally holidays to St Lucia are pretty expensive. I remembered seeing Tropical Sky featured on a …

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Windjammer Landing St Lucia wedding

Windjammer Landing St Lucia wedding

Tropical Sky Weddings couple Miss Van Der Merwe & Mr Robert Cooper recently returned from the Windjammer Landing  in St Lucia. On their return, they were kind enough to share a few photos of their special day. Fred Harrison joined Tropical Sky in October 2009 and looks after Tropical Sky’s overseas wedding programme. For the most part, he has worked …

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Coconut Bay St Lucia wedding

Coconut Bay St Lucia wedding

Miriam St Ange and Alan Alexander, married at Coconut Bay, St Lucia on the 18th June 2013. Congratulations to you both! Miriam and Alan share with us this fantastic video of their special day… Fred Harrison joined Tropical Sky in October 2009 and looks after Tropical Sky’s overseas wedding programme. For the most part, he has worked on weddings abroad …

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