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Castries - St Lucia Capital City
Castries, the capital City of St Lucia is the home of the Islands government. Most of the Island's economic affairs are conducted in this district thereby bringing the Island's population together for work and business. The city has a rich history that includes the great fire of June
19th to 20th 1948 when much of the municipality was destroyed. It is where our great Nobel Prize winner for literature Sir Derek Walcott was born. After his passing in March 2017, a museum was set up in his honour at his childhood home on Chaussee Road Castries.
known for its famous vegetable and craft markets. La Place Carenage which is a duty free shopping mall, is situated in the heart of the city on Jeremee Street. In there you will find a variety of services and entertainment. A very good place to enjoy a great meal. Castries is absolutely the place to start for your collection of gifts and souvenirs.
The Volcano is located in the West coast town of Soufriere. This is one of the most incredible sites in St Lucia that must be visited. Your vacation will not be complete without a trip to this location. It is also the home of the Sulphur Springs and bath. A therapeutic mud bath I can assure you will do no harm.
Like most of the other districts on the Island, The beautiful town of Soufriere, which means Sulphur in English, was named by the French. The town is full of Character with many of the old colonial houses still standing.
The Botanical Gardens and Diamond waterfalls located in Soufriere has been preserved and magnificently maintained for many years. It is a stunning garden of pure greenery of rain forest. Trekking through miles of this magical forest is an opportunity that should not to be missed.
A stunning view of Maria Islet from the heights of the Vieux-Fort Lighthouse. The light house which is one of the tallest in the world is in a location from where you can see two sides of the open Atlantic ocean.
Marigot Bay Marina is a hidden gem in the midst of the rain forest and the ocean. It is known for its small marina and the beautify scenery. A short ferry ride will take you across the waters to the beach, the Doolittle restaurant and bar. The name Doolittle derived from the James Bond movie that was partly filmed at the bay. A fantastic place for a day's break away from the norm.
Pigeon Island is a remarkable and arguably the most historic landmark in St Lucia. The site is located in the most northern part of the Island in the district of Gros-Islet. Pigeon Islet was once detached from the mainland but was joined in 1972. The site has become famous for being the regular venue of many international events including the St Lucia Jazz.