Cheap Holidays to St Lucia
St Lucia Overview
Offering guests a little piece of island paradise St Lucia is perfect for anyone looking for a romantic break, whether you’re looking to pop the question, enjoy a once in a lifetime honeymoon or spend some valuable couple time together St Lucia has so much to offer. This small volcanic island is relatively small with a population of just over 17,000 people but attracts nearly 70,000 tourists each year.
On the Beach
St Lucia offers some of the most spectacular beaches in the whole world, with a mixture of black and white sands due to the islands volcanic nature. One of the islands most popular beaches is the stunning Reduit Beach, offering beautiful white sands and a great range of watersports and restaurants. If your into snorkelling head to Anse Chastanet which is ideal for viewing the stunning coral reef and sea walls. When travelling to St Lucia you will find there is an abundance of stunning beaches just moments away from your hotel. Many of the ultimate luxury hotels even have their own private beaches.
More than beaches and swimming pools….
If you’re looking for something a bit more exciting why not try a great fun-filled day experiencing the island with ATV Paradise tours. This quad bike tour takes guests around the Davie Estate and gives them the opportunity to experience the workers and a massive range of exotic fruits growing including wax apples, dounce, carambola, golden apple, breadfruit, bay leaf, cinnamon, avocado and sapodilla. The tour will also take guests into the rainforest where a range of wildlife and plants can also be experienced.
When holidaying in St Lucia it is highly likely that you will be in all inclusive resort as the majority of hotels now cater to these requirements but for any guests travelling on a room only or self catering basis or for those who want to get out of the resort there are a good range of restaurants on offer. One of the islands most popular eateries is the Coal Pot, established in 1968 this family owned restaurant is ideal for sampling the islands amazing seafood and serves an excellent range of fish including kingfish, snapper and salmon. Another restaurant worth visiting is Jacques, a waterfront restaurant offering fusion French and Caribbean cuisine such as mixed seafood brochette in a curried coconut sauce.