About St Lucia

An emerald island in the Caribbean where you will find a unique mixture of history, culture and quiet charm. It is rich in natural beauty, from inland tropical forests to dramatic waterfalls and lovely sandy beaches.


St Lucia is famous for the twin peaks of the magnificent Pitons, rainforest walks, waterfalls, golden beaches and bubbling volcanic springs. It even boasts a drive-in volcano.


Most cruising visitors will first enter the magnificent Rodney Bay. It was Admiral Nelson’s first choice anchorage and was in fact named after Admiral Rodney.


Today there is access to two inner lagoons, one of which includes the Rodney Bay Marina that plays host each year to the ARC transatlantic yachts which arrive in December after crossing from the Canary Islands.


For a comprehensive Guide to St Lucia, and more on St Lucia - visit the St Lucia Tourist Board website.