St. Lucia

St. Lucia is a captivating Caribbean island that is part of the Lesser Antilles. Boasting both mystic landscapes of majestic volcanic peaks, known as the Pitons, and pristine golden beaches caressed by sapphire waters, St. Lucia's beauty and charm make it an enchanting holiday destination.

Where is St. Lucia?

St. Lucia is an idyllic island state situated in the Caribbean Sea, and the second largest of the Windward group in the Lesser Antilles. It is located approximately 24 miles south of Martinique and roughly 21 miles north-east of St. Vincent.

An Island of Contrasts

Verdant landscapes and iconic peaks

St Lucia is an island of contrasts; from scrubland to sugar-soft beaches, hours will float by without a care in the world. Regardless of whether you choose to don your walking boots or flip-flops, you can’t help but fall in love with St Lucia.

What Can I See and Do in St. Lucia?

The Pitons
Pigeon Island
Soufriere Volcano

The Pitons

The Pitons dominate the landscape, a pair of volcanic plugs there to be explored or admired, depending on your level of inquisitiveness. These magnificent twin peaks, named Gros Piton and Petit Piton, dramatically rise from the Caribbean Sea to heights of 798 metres and 743 metres respectively. Designated as a UNESCO World Heritage Site, the Pitons offer not only breathtaking views of the island, but also host a rich biodiversity, making it a haven for nature lovers and adventurous hikers alike.

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