- Locations: 8
- Villas: 34
- Private Islands: 0
St. Lucia’s dramatic landscape leaves a strong impression; the majestic Pitons tower nearly 3,000 ft. above the sapphire sea, creating a stunning backdrop from every angle. The island is also home to the world’s only drive-in volcano and the stunning Diamond Mineral Baths and Waterfalls. Because the falls are laced with minerals, the water changes colors as it falls, creating a mesmerizing kaleidoscope of colors. Hike through the island's incredibly lush rainforests, visit enormous 2,000-pound leatherback turtles on Grande Anse Beach, and soak in the mud beneath the Sulfur Springs (legend has it, the mud makes you look and feel younger). St. Lucia is a verdant, unspoiled playground for those seeking natural beauty, romance, and adventure.
Luxury villas in St. Lucia each have their own architectural personality. Explore our range of uniquely-styled villas, including a 150-year-old restored French colonial plantation house, an intriguing villa built to look like a castle, a Spanish-style villa with a courtyard at its center, and an exotic villa that blends traditional West Indian and Eastern architecture. Whatever your taste, Villas of Distinction will provide the perfect villa for your unforgettable vacation in St. Lucia.
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Petit Piton and Gros Piton. These two volcanic cones have become the symbol of St. Lucia. They rise out of the sea in a dramatic fashion reminiscent of the South Pacific.
Pigeon Island is home of Pigeon Island National Park aAnd isconnected to St. Lucia by a causeway and is St. Lucia's first national park. It features beautiful beaches and interesting bird watching.
The Marigot Bay is a picturesque palm-lined bay, and has been the site of many old films including "Dr. Doolittle".
On Saturdays, farmers and craftsmen gather in Castries to sell vegetables, fruit, baskets, fresh meats and local crafts at Castries Market.
St. Lucia Golf & Country Club - Cap Estates is a world-class championship course with sprawling green slopes, beautiful ponds, swaying palms and ancient tropical trees. It is challenging yet elegant.
Try some scuba diving. The many dive shops island-wide attest to the quality and variety of diving sites in the waters surrounding St. Lucia. Fishing is a tradition that provides St. Lucians with a major source of food. The full service marinas at Rodney Bay and Castries is where you can arrange for full-day or half-day fishing trips. There are many options for sailors with boat rentals as well as day-sails that include lunch and drinks.
Near the George Charles airport, Vigie beach is possibly the longest golden sand beach on St. Lucia. Sea grape and palm trees provide refuge for those seeking to step out of the sun. Sundays at this beach tend to draw a large local crowd.
La Toc is a a crescent shaped beach just south of Castries, which is a lively beach offering a great atmosphere, although not as lively as Vigie Beach.
Anse Chastanet is a delightful volcanic sand beach perfect for snorkelers and divers.
- A verdant island, with great natural beauty and a mix of French and British heritage.
- Direct flights to St. Lucia depart from New York’s Kennedy airport, Miami, Philadelphia and Atlanta. There are also direct flights from Toronto, Montreal and London.
- From within the Caribbean, American Eagle, LIAT, Air Jamaica and WestJet offer flights to St. Lucia.
- The Eastern Caribbean dollar is the official currency, but USD are widely accepted.
- When renting a car, we strongly recommend 4WD vehicles to allow for easier navigation through St. Lucia’s hilly terrain.
- English is the official language, although native St. Lucians often speak a French-Creole
- Area code is 758
- The average temperature in St. Lucia ranges from 70° to 90° year-round
- Electricity is generally 220 volts (adaptor needed for U.S. appliances). Confirm with your Villa Specialist before travel.