Marigot Bay Attractions

If you're looking to spice things up with a little casino gambling, you'll have to take a short drive out of Marigot Bay, but don't let that deter you from planning your next getaway here. There is so much  more to this town than meets the eye, especially as you get out and begin to explore the natural side of things.

Marigot Bay Beaches

Marigot Bay

You'll find several beaches to consider in and around the area. Snorkeling is an option at several locations, if some members of your party enjoy the underwater scene. Click on the name of the beach for a detailed article concerning that particular location.

A location where you may find people snorkeling is Marigot Bay. With many docks, boaters will have an easy time arriving here; but if you're coming on land, take La Toc Rd south from Castries. After doing some serious road-winding, take a right on Waterfront, just before the Marigot Secondary School.

Another good option for visitors who enjoy snorkeling is Roseau Bay. The unspoilt quality at this beach is perfect for a picnic or just relaxing and enjoying the view. This beach should not be confused with the nearby cove at Marigot Bay.

La Toc Beach: La Toc is dominated by the Sandals Golf Resort, but there is public access. The atmosphere is relaxed, and it is a really nice location for sunbathers, beach walkers and casual swimmers.

Marigot Bay and the surrounding areas offer a full range of beaches to choose from. To reach our detailed page about beaches, visit this page.

Landmark Attractions

Cathedral of the Immaculate Conception
St. Lucia Landmarks

A landmark that often intrigues visitors is Fort Charlotte. It is situated 2.1 mi. Northeast of central Marigot Bay. Even though the fort mainly serves government employees and students, there is access for the public, so feel free to explore the walls, monuments, and architecture of Fort Charlotte.

If you are looking to do more sight-seeing, visit Government House. It is a part of Le Pavillion Royal Museum and found within Castries, 3.3 mi. Northeast of central Marigot Bay. The Government House is open to visitors Tuesday and Thursday between 10:00am and noon, as well as from 2:00pm to 4:00pm, by appointment only. There are no open-house hours, everyone wanting to visit must call ahead.

Le Pavillion Royal Museum: As the center of St. Lucia's historical and cultural conservation movement, this museum itself holds many treasures of its own. With numerous artifacts and document s detailing the history of St. Lucia's government and in particular the Government House.

This area has a full range of interesting landmarks. Anyone needing to find more details concerning other interesting landmarks nearby by clicking on this link.

Natural Attractions

Derek Walcott Square
St. Lucia Natural Attractions

Derek Walcott Square is one of the more frequently visited natural attractions. Named for St. Lucian author Derek Walcott who won the Nobel Prize for Literature in 1992, this public square is located in the heart of St. Lucia's capital city of Castries. Not only is there a spot to honor Walcott, but the park also pays homage to residents who lost their lives in battle.

King George V Gardens is a second outdoor attraction that needs mentioning. Named after a British King of the early 1900's, the gardens are a popular place for a walk in the middle of the day. Located nearby many other attractions, it is a place easily visited without going out of your way.

These are just a few of the choices you'll find. To find out about other natural attractions nearby, see this page.


St. Lucia Casinos

People don't generally stay in Marigot Bay to gamble, but there is one such place nearby, Treasure Bay Casino. <p>Amass a treasure of your own at Treasure Bay Casino on St. Lucia. With 250 slot machines and a number of table games, along with the opportunity to join the Player's Club, the opportunities for big wins are endless.</p>


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