Home to the dramatic Pitons, pristine beaches and divine sunsets, a romantic energy oozes from St Lucia. Rainforest treks please the adventurers, while ‘jump up’ parties make for a vibrant nightlife. Foodies flock here for cocoa plantation tours and tasty Creole cuisine.
Essential information for St Lucia
Important information for customers due to be travelling in July & August 2018 only:
Please note that some hotel beaches are currently affected by an increased level of seaweed which is an unusual natural occurrence and is changing on a regular basis with the currents. Please be assured that any affected hotels are working hard to remove the seaweed to ensure the enjoyment of your holiday.
Being such an easy island to navigate your way around, hiring a car is the best way to explore the island. Don’t forget to bring your driving licence! Please speak to our Concierge rep for more information.
Natural beauty, luxurious resorts and laid-back Caribbean rhythms meet in St Lucia. Situated northwest of Barbados, this small volcanic island has beautiful weather, lush sandy beaches and a vibrant nightlife. Explore sheltered coves, hike volcanoes and discover the island’s rich history. It’s easy to get around by hire or car or tour, so you can take your holiday to St Lucia at your own pace.
Staying at one of our St Lucia resorts gives you direct access to some of the island’s most breathtaking beaches. Whether you opt for an all-inclusive package or a self-catered stay, from family-friendly retreats to romantic apartments on the seafront, the choice is yours.
If you’re headed to St Lucia, chances are that you’re dreaming of sandy beaches and clear blue waters. Located between the Caribbean Sea and the North Atlantic Ocean, the island does not disappoint in this regard.
Whether you’re planning a holiday in St Lucia for the beach life or the island life, its fascinating landmarks and history are sure to draw you away from the sand (for at least a day or two).
St Lucia is home to some of the most unspoilt beauty spots in the Caribbean. From birdwatching to hiking or having a picnic amongst lush greenery, discover more to holidays in St Lucia than beaches.
Live like a local by immersing yourself in the island's nightlife. From delicious restaurants to dancing in the streets, there’s entertainment for everyone to enjoy.
If you’re lucky enough to be on the island at the right time, you might just spot one of St Lucia’s many festivals and parades. Here are the ones to look out for.