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About St Lucia
St Lucia is a great choice for your next winter vacation and a stay in one of our luxury St Lucia villas will be the icing on the cake.
This tropical paradise offers relaxation, adventure and a vibrant culture to enjoy from your own private luxury home-from-home. With your own private pool and outdoor space to soak up the warm Caribbean climate, our luxury villas across the island are perfect for romantic getaways or family vacations.
We have many luxury St Lucia rentals in fantastic estates near the great sights of the island including the Beau Estate in Soufriere near St Lucia's famous landmark The Pitons. Our luxury rentals in South Hills, Cap Estate enjoy views of the 18 hole championship Cap Estate Golf course and the ocean and are only 10 minutes away from Rodney Bay with its bustling night life. St Lucia villas in Bois D Orange are only a short walking distance from the beautiful secluded beach of Trouya and our private gated villa overlooking Marigot Bay has the use of a crewed 37 foot twin engine power boat called the Green Flash.
Our team of luxury villa experts can help you choose the right St Lucia villa rental and the right location for your vacation needs, whether it's a romantic surprise, honeymoon, family or group vacation.
Saint Lucia Travel Guide
The volcanic island of St Lucia is one of the smallest in the Caribbean at only 27 miles long and 14 miles wide. It has all the attributes of a perfect tropical getaway...idyllic beaches, palm trees and crystal blue waters ideal for a romantic vacation or beach holiday for the whole family.
St Lucia is a fantastic tropical island rich in culture with lots to see and do and great if you just want to embrace a slower pace of life and feel rejuvenated at the end of your vacation.
St Lucia's warm tropical climate lends itself perfectly to winter vacations from December through to May in the "dry" season with temperatures reaching 81°F (27°C). The "wet" season is from November to June bringing rain and tropical storms.
Choose a St Lucia hire car organised by Top Villas to explore this mountainous island or rent a motorbike or scooter locally.
Mini-van buses are a cheap option and follow the main road which loops around the island stopping at all the towns. It's best to wave them down for a pick up as there is no scheduled timetable but they do run until about 10pm at night. Taxis are also readily available.
Things To Do
St Lucia is great for beach relaxation and water sports, romantic sunset walks, hiking through the lush rainforest and mountainous terrain as well as a taste of Caribbean culture and cuisine.
Beaches and water sports
St Lucia has many white sandy beaches lined with palm trees and inviting crystal blue waters to spend your time on. If you're looking for seclusion, head to Trouya Beach or the protected white sand beach of Vigie. Other great options include Malabar Beach, Jalousie Beach, Anse du Cap Beach, Reduit Beach, Choc Beach, Anse Chastanet Beach and La Toc Beach.
The fantastic waters and coral reefs offer snorkelling, sailing and scuba diving at Pigeon Island and between The Pitons.
Take a boat trip and enjoy the impressive sight of the magnificent 2,000ft twin peaks called Les Pitons which are volcanic plugs and St Lucia's most famous landmark.
There are several hikes through the mountains to see the wildlife and natural waterfalls including a guided climb to Gros Piton, the smaller of The Pitons. It takes about 2 hours to ascend and 1-1.5 hours to descend or grab a taxi or bus if you want to see the views without the muscle strain.
Saint Lucian Jazz Festival
The annual jazz festival happens in May and can be enjoyed in multiple venues across the island with performances from local, regional and international jazz stars.
Pigeon Island Nature Reserve
Take a 20 minute stroll along the sandy causeway from Gros Islet to Pigeon Island and explore winding paths around the remains of Fort Rodney, an old British military base. At the top of Fort Rodney Hill you'll be treated to views across Rodney Bay to Martinique and a few rusting canons for the kids to climb on. You'll find a pub and restaurant for refreshments and a small sandy beach off the jetty.
Head to this quiet fishing village on a Friday evening to enjoy a colourful, lively street dance party in true Caribbean style with DJs, local artists and great Caribbean food.
The "world's only drive-in volcano"
Visit the "world's only drive-in volcano" and Sulphur Springs in Soufriere in the south west of the island. View the colourful mineral deposits of the volcano from a safe viewing platform and then luxuriate in the 45°C mud bath of the springs. The kids will love getting caked in mud and luckily there are showers and a very warm sulphur stream to wash it all off in.
Diamond Botanical Gardens
A chance to enjoy beautiful peaceful tropical landscaped gardens and a spectacular waterfall.
Duty free shopping
You'll find duty free shopping in the capital Castries at La Place Carinage shopping outlet and dockside Point Seraphine, but it will be busy with tourists from the cruise ships that dock there too. Castries Market is good for gifts as is JQ Shopping Mall in Rodney Bay and there are other duty free shops dotted around the island.
St Lucia offers spicy Caribbean treats such as curried and jerk dishes, meat and vegetarian rotis and stews called coal pots. There's also an abundance of fresh seafood, fresh vegetables and exotic fruit on menus. But you'll also find international cuisines including Italian, French, Indian, Thai and Chinese served in casual and formal settings making the most of the amazing views this beautiful island has to offer.
- Dasheene, Ladera - mountain views and fresh seafood
- Spice Of India, Gros Islet - Indian cuisine
- Froggie Jaques, Castries - French/Caribbean
- Martha's Tables, Soufriere - Caribbean
- The Coal Pot, Castries - Caribbean/French
- The Mango Tree, Soufriere - Vegetarian/Caribbean
- Key Largo Restaurant, Gros Islet - Italian
The island really hots up at night with plenty of lounge bars and clubs in Rodney Bay to get to grips with the local rum and cocktails and show off your tan. Try lively street bar Mango's Bar, Jungle Café lounge for comfortable sofas and outdoor deck, Fire Grill and Lounge Bar, Delirius and Happy Day Bar. Or Jambre de Bois for live jazz on Sundays or Planter's Pub if a sports bar is more your cup of tea. When it's time to dance there are numerous clubs including The Loft, Taboo and the Upper Level Night Club open until the early hours.
Good to know
- English is the official language but Creole is also spoken
- The East Caribbean dollar is the official currency of St Lucia
- Remember to drive on the left hand side of the road