Antillia Brewing features its finely crafted, award winning ales at their Craft Beer Garden at Pointe Seraphine.
One of the largest churches in the West Indies has some lovely frescoes.
Visitors to Morne Fortune, which means "Hill of Good Luck," will find 18th-century Fort Charlotte located here along with sweeping views of Castries and surrounding area.
See work by the islands first wood sculptor.
A lively and colorful market bursting with tropical fruit and vegetables.
There's no other shopping experience like this one; Shopping for all your senses. From Luxury Lines to unique St. Lucian art and cuisine; all against the backdrop of some of the World's most famous cruise lines and the tranquil Caribbean Sea. Including Convenient Shopping Shuttles to and from the mall from just about any hotel and the Rodney Bay Area.
A two-mile crescent-shaped beach where the well-known Rendezvous resort-hotel is located.
A great place to go bird-watching. The St. Lucian parrot particularly abounds.
This town square is named for Nobel laureate Derek Walcott, a native of the island.
Home to a number of species of rare birds and other wildlife.
Grab a beach book at Castries main library.
Wander the scenic nature trails through the island's rain forests, which are bountiful in plants and wildlife.
The only Military fort open to the Public in St Lucia. Viewings by appointment only.
A lively three-block plaza with lots of shops to browse in.
Frigate birds and boa constrictors nest at this nature reserve, which isnt much more than rocks jutting out of the sea.