The volcanic island of St Lucia in the Eastern Caribbean is famed far and wide for its tropical beauty – and the views below sea level are every bit as beautiful as those above! Here are five of the best spots to experience “scuba St Lucia”.
The palm-fringed beach here at Marigot Bay, dipping its toes into the warm blue Caribbean Sea, is a wonderful place to relax and let your cares slip away. Close to hand you have our freshwater pool, where you can take a refreshing dip if you fancy a change from swimming in the sea; and of […]
St Lucia, being a volcanic island, is very fertile; plants grow three times as quickly here as they do in temperate zones. Marigot Beach Club is proud of its lush grounds, where you can see a vast array of beautiful tropical plants and flowers. We have plumbago, which has delicate pale blue flowers; pink […]
Beautiful though Marigot Bay is, no doubt when you come to stay at Marigot Beach Club and Dive Resort you’ll want to explore other parts of St Lucia at some point. If you’re feeling a little adventurous, try a kayaking trip to Roseau Beach. These trips are organised by the dive shop at Marigot […]
One of the most enjoyable things to do during a holiday is shopping around for souvenirs, local arts and crafts, and the odd bargain or two. When you’re shopping in St Lucia, in many cases you can grab plenty of bargains by shopping in duty free outlets. If you’re planning to do this, it’s […]
In June this year an exciting new attraction opened in Castries, which is a quick drive up the coast from Marigot Bay. Our Planet Centre is an interactive visitor centre, and the only one of its kind anywhere in the world. At Our Planet Centre, you’ll be able to: See holograms of Prince Charles and the […]
A lovely traditional event that is held every year in St Lucia is the Rose Festival – “Fet la Woz” in Kwéyòl – which takes place on 30th August. In St Lucia’s cultural traditions there are two singing ‘societies’ – the Roses and the Marguerites – dedicated to singing the praises of their respective flowers. […]
Earlier this week we were at Lucian Carnival, the St Lucia carnival which runs during June and July every year (although there are actually still a couple of events to come, right into August). Here’s a few of the photos we took while we soaked up the party atmosphere.