St. Lucia Travel Guide
Saint Lucia, is a British Commonwealth island in the Caribbean Sea. It is the second largest of the Windward group in the Lesser Antilles and is located about south of Martinique and some north-east of Saint Vincent.
The island is of volcanic origin and is split from north to south by a central ridge of tall, forested mountains, with many streams flowing down them through fertile valleys, sprinkled with banana plantations.
Discover the island’s hidden beaches, coves, quaint fishing villages and, its luxury resorts. The more adventurous, go climbing or hiking on volcanic spires to discover colonial forts.