Situated near the airport, this villa is within a 15-minute walk of La Toc Beach and St. Lucia Government House. La Toc Battery and Mont Fortune Historic Area ...
While some see Castries, in Saint Lucia, as a place to pass through on route to other attractions, others see this as a prime place to stay in quieter, coastal lodgings. During the day, there are a fair number of travelers wandering the city, but most have moved on to other cities in Saint Lucia by night. In the area, you can visit Labrellotte Bay to enjoy the calm, shallow waters, or take the St Lucia Aerial Tram & Rainforest Tour for a bird eye view of the local wildlife.
Traveling between Castries and surrounding areas, is typically done by boats that arrive at Point Seraphine. Bus routes also take travelers to nearby places, via the 1A, which runs to Gors Islet, and the 3F that runs to Soufriere. Located just three miles south of the center of Castries is Marigot Bay.
Being a small city, Castries is not known for its nightlife. However, there are a number of local eateries to enjoy; most of these local restaurants are cheap and offer local cuisine. Small, locally operated diners can be found alongside the market at Jeremie Street, or in Derek Walcott Square. At different times of the year, annual events are held at Vigie Beach, such as the Castell de Peralada International Music Festival in July.
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