Welcome to the beautiful island of St Lucia in the Caribbean.
Get an overall view of our beautiful island paradise in the above video…
You may ask what is Guide to St Lucia all about? Guide to St Lucia is a directory of information about the Caribbean island of St Lucia. Our aim is to provide you with all that St Lucia has to offer and more…
Whether you are looking to bask at a St Lucia luxury resort, or sit by the your private pool in the middle of no where or just chill in the centre of Rodney Bay with a local Piton Beer in hand, St Lucia has accommodation to facilitate to your every need. In addition to accommodation in St Lucia, the site also offers information and links to St Lucia activities, tours in St Lucia restaurant and lots more.
Check out our Blog for general information about St Lucia, here we aim to provide regular articles about different aspects of the island, transportation info, electricity, beaches in St Lucia, St Lucia Carnival, general article about the island and lots more.
So feel free to have a look around at what we have available, if you have a question feel free to ask. If you have something to contribute the contact us and lets see how we can assist.
For now, have a look around and enjoy what we have provided for your perusal.
Quick links things of interest in St Lucia:
Looking for a place to stay in St Lucia can be overwhelming, see what is available in one convenient location.
Looking for things to do, sights to visit, find out more of what is available to do and see in beautiful St Lucia.
Where to eat? Find fine dining to roadside eateries, fast food to healthy food - everything dining in St Lucia.
Like many Caribbean island, St Lucia has many local and international shopping facilities to offer to you.
Cap Estate is one of the most prestigious locations on the island of St Lucia, hosting hotels, residences and a golf course.
Castries is the capital of St Lucia, the main port for Cruise Ships coming into St Lucia and a prime shopping location.
Historical Marigot Bay forms a hurricane hole, used to shelter boats from hurricanes, located on the western coast of St Lucia.
Rodney Bay is located in the north of the island and is the hub of the majority tourism industry in St Lucia.
Home to some of the most luxurious properties on the island of St Lucia, home of the twin peaks - The Pitons and Sulphur Springs.
The south of St Lucia offer mainly two thing - Luxury hotels and resorts, and tropical paradise - a sight to be seen.