St Lucia attractions

Top Choice Beach in Soufrière & The Pitons

Sugar Beach

The most famous beach on the island, gorgeous Sugar Beach is spectacularly situated between the two Pitons, ensuring phenomenal views both from the sand and in the water. Like most in the area, it was originally a g…
Top Choice Beach in Soufrière & The Pitons

Anse Mamin

Backed by lush rainforest, this dreamy secluded enclave of sand edges a gently curved cove that's about a 10-minute walk north of Anse Chastanet, or about 30 minutes from town. The resort also has sun loungers and a…
Historic Site in Pigeon Island

Pigeon Island National Landmark

Pigeon Island is a fun place to explore, with paths winding around the remains of barracks, batteries and garrisons; the partially intact stone buildings create a ghost-town effect. The grounds are well endowed with…
Gardens in Eastern St Lucia

Mamiku Gardens

A relaxing focal point for any eastern day trip, the Mamiku botanical gardens are located on the grounds of a former plantation and boast an extensive collection of tropical flora including some wonderful orchids. U…
Landmark in Soufrière & The Pitons

Sulphur Springs

Looking like something off the surface of the moon, the Sulphur Springs are saddled with the unfortunate tagline of being the world’s only drive-in volcano. The reality is far from the garish description. There isn’…
Beach in Vieux Fort

Sandy Beach

At the southern tip of the island, Sandy Beach is a beautiful strand of white sand that always has a stiff breeze, which makes it a hot spot for kitesurfers. It’s also suitable for swimming – on a calm day. It’s nev…
Beach in The Northern Tip

Cas En Bas

Apart from kitesurfers who come here for the excellent winds, few visit this wide curve of gray sand because it’s a bit off the beaten track. It’s a stunning beach to sun yourself on.
Gardens in Soufrière & The Pitons

Diamond Falls Botanical Gardens & Mineral Baths

Wander amid tropical flowers and trees at this old estate. Mineral baths date from 1784, when they were built atop hot springs so that the troops of France's King Louis XVI could take advantage of their therapeutic …
Waterfall in Eastern St Lucia

La Tille Waterfalls

Off the beaten track and rarely visited, La Tille is one of the better waterfalls on the island, with a high-volume cascade falling into a large pool surrounded by greenery. But a visit here is about more than just …
Beach in Soufrière & The Pitons

Malgretoute Beach

This lovely rugged gray-sand and pebble beach, just north of looming Petit Piton, has some good snorkeling just offshore. There is an interesting petroglyph covered in moss on a large rock about 200m north of the en…