Nestled on the beach, this Gros Islet resort is within a 10-minute walk of Baywalk Shopping Mall and Reduit Beach. Rodney Bay Marina and Bonne Terre Tropical ...
Located directly on Reduit Beach, widely regarded as the best beach on St. Lucia, and surrounded by beautifully landscaped gardens. Local Rodney Bay Village ...
Nestled on the beach, this Cap Estate resort is 0.2 mi (0.3 km) from Smugglers Cove and 2 mi (3.2 km) from Pigeon Island National Park. St. Lucia Golf & Country ...
Patterned after a Mediterranean village, this St. Lucia resort is terraced into a steep green hillside facing the blue waters of Labrelotte Bay on St Lucia's ...
Located in Gros Islet, this beachfront resort is next to a golf course and within 1 mi (2 km) of St. Joseph the Worker Parish and Pigeon Island National Park. ...
With a heart of West Indian culture that has been superbly fused with the extravagance of Western affluence, St. Lucia is the gem of the Caribbean. From La Soufriere Volcano and the Pitons to the ivory sands gracing the shores of every beach, you may be surprised to know that you can enjoy a St. Lucia vacation on a shoestring budget.
Before you pack the sunscreen, let CheapTickets help you plan your St. Lucia vacation with these funds-friendly highlights.
If you want to squeeze in some shopping on your St. Lucian travels, look no further than Castries Market. From sumptuous fresh produce to quaint handmade pottery, you'll score some great bargains here. Revel in the Saint Lucian spirit as you walk around in your grass hat while nibbling on some fresh coconut.
No St. Lucia travel experience would be complete without a daytrip to Pigeon Island. Heralded as one of the island's most important and beautiful landmarks, this living museum is full of intriguing ruins of military buildings, breathtaking beaches, restaurants and a stunning lookout point. Better yet: It's only $5 a visit for adults.
Finding a peaceful beach won't be difficult on your St. Lucia travels. But if you're after a bit of spice, head on down to lively Reduit. As a major tourist hotspot, there's no shortage of bars, restaurants, water sports and bronzed locals. Stroll through the amber sands, or take in a cocktail while watching the sunset.
If the bustle of tourists isn't your thing, embark on an undersea adventure at Anse Chastanet, arguably one of the most stunning beaches in St. Lucia. Hire a snorkel and flippers for a few dollars and spend the day exploring Saint Lucia from below.
Feeling a little highbrow ... but can't afford your own yacht? Play pretend with a trip to Marigot Bay. The setting for a few Hollywood productions, there is a reason why this idyllic bay is so popular with the posh. Sitting by the shore and gazing across the azure waters won't cost you a dime.
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