This alluring site, with ivory sand and clear waters, is a favourite for snorkelers and scuba divers. A short distance away, lies the Sugar Beach resort, the site of the former Jalousie Plantation.
This west coast beach is the ideal place to forget all of your problems. The glimmering white sand and picturesque views of Hollywood fame will urge you to unwind and relax. Spend time watching the yachts come and or enjoy any of the nearby bars and restaurants.
This lovers lane hosts five miles of white shores and calm waters, perfect for a romantic sunset stroll. This easy-going beach is also an avid place to try your hand at windsurfing and water skiing. Round off your day with a meal from any of the close restaurants and bars including the Rodney Bar Marina.
Pigeon Island National Park
Time to take in the sea, sun and a little history. This national treasure not only provides a good swimming area but also a mini-museum and a chance to climb and view the Fort Rodney Ruins. You may even see Martinique! Hungry? Don’t worry, two on-site eateries and rum bar are here to serve you.
One of the best places for snorkelling and diving, Anse Chastanet has a stunning underwater scene. The Anse Chastanet Reef falls away from 20 to 140 feet in an expanse of rainbow coloured corals and other aquatic life. The adjacent resort of the same name offers tourists use of its on-site restaurant and dive shop.
Laying against rolling cliffs, stands a mile stretch of pale sand, is this lovely spot for turtle lovers. Come see Turtle Watch where endangered leatherbacks push themselves onshore to lay their eggs.
Wanna retreat from the hustle and bustle of urban life? Well pack some food and water and head to this isolated yet magical spot. Only accessible by foot due to its rocky environment, this beach is perfect for those that long for privacy. Watch the waves pummel against the Sorciere mountains and view the abundant wildlife including leatherback turtles. Check out the nearby St. Lucia Folk Research Centre or Fort Charlotte. However, there are no restaurants or bars in the immediate area.
Translucent waters juxtaposed against dark sand give this milelong shore an incredible look. Part of the National, Marine Reserve, the underwater reefs much this an excellent destination for snorkelling, swimming and diving. Accessible by jeep or boat, this also serves as rest stop for daily catamaran cruises. And don’t worry, the beachside Tikaye Resort and Spa provides food, drinks, a dive shop and bathroom access.
Cas en Bas
Located deep within one of the island's coves, is this mile-long stretch of exquisite beach. The calm and shallow waters stretch far out, making them good conditions for swimming and wading. The laid back atmosphere also adds to a romantic appeal as it is a great spot for picnicking and strolls. Escape the midday heat to any of the several restaurants and hotels including the Beach Club Restaurant and Cotton Bay Village Resort respectively. Looking for something more exciting, check out the nearby Treasure Bay Casino or try a round of golf at the St. Lucia Golf and Country Club.
Rudy John Beach Park
Experience authentic St. Lucian culture at this family-friendly beach in Laborie. Sit under lush almond trees and watch the variety of vegetation or the fishermen bringing in their daily catch. Feeling peckish? Try any of the plentiful small restaurants or get a taste of fresh Creole bread from the Catholic Church. Nice and crusty! Cherish this experience with a souvenir from the Papèl Craft Centre. Eat, lime and enjoy.