St. Lucia Beaches
St. Lucia is blessed with numerous, wonderful beaches. The Caribbean side is where the best beaches reside because the Atlantic can be too rough. Here are a few of the highlights (yes, there are more!).
Reduit Beach, located along Gros Islet, is nearly a mile long. It's home to most of the resorts on St. Lucia.
Marigot Bay Beach is the most seculed beach on St. Lucia and it's probably the one you can imagine before you make your first visit to St. Lucia. It takes a boat to get there but worth the effort.
Anse de Sables Beach is windier and very spread out. It reminds some of an USA east coast type beach. Windsurfing is popular on Anse de Sables.
Anse Chastanet Beach features black sands and resides near the highest of St. Lucia's impressive mountains. Good diving is located near by at the marine park.
Feature Hotel/Resort of the Month:
The 600-acre site is a lush garden of tropical foliage bordering one of the islandís best beaches, where soft silver sands dip into the clear turquoise waters of the Caribbean.
Anse Chastanet offers 49 individually designed rooms, 37 of which are scattered about a lush hillside, and 12 which are nestled within a tropical garden at beach level. Starting at $350. Read more about Anse Chastanet.