Accommodations

The appeal of Gros Islet as a vacation destination is a world of opposites. When the sun is up, the town is a quiet fishing community with villas and rental homes that were built years ago serving as the accommodation go-to. When the sun goes down on Friday night and the weekend has dawned, it turns into a mecca for party goers who prefer hotels and quick and easy places to crash after a long, busy night. Guests will find many hotel types to consider in and around… more…

Hotels

Gros Islet is for the most part a quiet… more…

All Inclusive

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Villa Rentals

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Transportation

Located on the northern tip of St. Lucia, Gros Islet is one of the… more…

Air Travel

Just 15 minutes away from Gros Islet by car is one of two airports on… more…

Rental Cars

As roads continue to improve in Gros Islet, more and more drivers are… more…

Sailing & Boating

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Taxis

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Beaches

The town of Gros Islet is home to just… more…

Attractions

A pretty quiet town as far as tourist destinations are concerned, Gros Islet is better known for the weekly "Jump Up" party than any specific… more…

Landmarks

Gros Islet is a great destination for visitors looking for a quiet… more…

Beaches

The town of Gros Islet is home to just one small beach, but it's a nice… more…

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Activities

Gros Islet is a quiet, sleepy fishing village across from Rodney Bay on St. Lucia, yet the activity it is best known for is its Friday night Jump Up party which brings people out for dancing and partying in the streets. During the day, however, kitesurfing and scuba diving are top ways to spend… more…

Diving

The underwater landscape along St. Lucia's west coast comes from the… more…

Fishing

The waters that surround Gros Islet and include Castries… more…

Shopping

In Gros Islet, you'll find that souvenir shopping is… more…

Restaurants

Gros Islet is famed for its Friday night fish fries, where you'll enjoy a casual meal of local seafood as you dine at communal tables with… more…

Food

While many of the chefs on St. Lucia draw heavily upon the spices and… more…

Events & Festivals

Throughout the entire year, the island of St. Lucia is bursting with… more…

Nightlife

Snorkeling

Don't give up on the possibility of exploring the pristine coral reef systems nearby Gros Islet just because you aren't a trained scuba diver. All you need is a snorkel, a mask, and maybe some fins, and you will be able to immerse yourself in the peace and tranquility of this island's marine… more…

Sailing & Boating

As Gros Islet grows in popularity as a top tourist destination, so too… more…

Fishing

The waters that surround Gros Islet and include Castries… more…

Diving

The underwater landscape along St. Lucia's west coast… more…

Weather

As is the case with many Caribbean islands, St. Lucia's visitors should expect hot and humid weather conditions year round due to the island's proximity to the equator. Fortunately, visitors will rarely feel uncomfortable as mild trade winds bring cool breezes off the water that offer some respite from the heat. The average temperature on St. Lucia ranges from 70 degrees Fahrenheit to the upper 90s. Humidity on the island averages… more…

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