1 | Pigeon Point Beach
Pigeon Point Beach is one of the island's better known historical areas. Near the beach, you can explore ruins of a fortress, barracks, and rusty cannons that date back to the middle of the 1700s.
Found on Pigeon Island, this beach is a mile and a half (three kilometers) to the northwest of the center of Rodney Bay.
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2 | Reduit Beach
There are lots of activities that vacationers can enjoy while on Reduit Beach. With an assortment of water sports available including snorkelling, scuba diving and sailing you can spend a day in the sun; if you just feel like being pampered, try a spa treatment, or guided tour for your beach excursion.
This beach is situated less than a mile southeast of Pigeon Point Beach.
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3 | Rodney Bay
The beach, although a main attraction, can easily become overrun with tourists, but the area is also host to other activities like bars, restaurants, and shops for a good time. You'll also find a wide range of water sports at this busy destination.
Visitors will be able to find this beach on the northwestern outskirts of Rodney Bay, south of Reduit Beach.
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1 | L'Anse la Raye
Guests can find this beach on the southwestern outskirts of Anse La Raye, south west of the center of Anse La Raye.
1 | Anse Couchon
While visiting Anse Couchon, beachgoers can enjoy some underwater sightseeing at the beach's shallow reef, which is home to an array of fascinating sea life. Visitors will doubtlessly fall in love with the exotic and picturesque shores of this romantic getaway.
Travel approximately a mile and a half (approximately two and a half kilometers) south west from the center of Anse La Raye to find this beach.
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1 | Anse Chastanet
Anse Chastanet Beach is a lovely spot. It's in possession of that smooth, soft sand that begs to be squished between your toes.
The center of downtown Soufriere is located a mile and a half (two and a half kilometers) east-southeast of this beach.
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1 | Soufriere Beach
A quiet beach in the north of Soufriere Town, it is visited mainly by locals. Boaters also enjoy Soufriere as there are a number of spots for boat anchorage.
This beach is on the western edge of Soufrière, 7.3 miles (11.8 km) from St. Lucia.
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1 | Jalouise
This beautiful beach can only be reached one of two ways -- either through the Jalousie Hilton Resort, or by boat. Those not staying at the resort are still welcomed, however.
The center of Soufrière is two miles (three kilometers) north of this beach.
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1 | Laborie Beach
Make your way a half mile (three quarters of a kilometer) to the west from the center of Laborie to find this beach.
The beaches of Vieux Fort are often long and wind-swept, with white sands and sea grape trees backing the property. Most are great for watersports, but locals enjoy visits to these beaches for family picnics and memory-making. Over-all, they are quiet, but you're never far off from a bar or restaurant. There are several beaches to visit in and around the area. Snorkeling is an option at some of these… more…
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1 | Cas En Bas
On the northeast tip of the Saint Lucia, this beach as become popular with windsurfers taking advantage of the constant on-shore trade winds. Lessons are available for those wanting to learn.
The center of Rodney Bay is two miles (three kilometers) to the south west of this beach.
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1 | Labrelotte Bay
Labrelotte Bay is a semi-popular beach along the northeast coast of St. Lucia, where families can play, and those who worship the sun gods will enjoy lounging on the beach chairs that line the shore.
Found in the neighborhood of La Brelotte Bay, this beach is two miles (three kilometers) to the west-southwest of the center of Rodney Bay.
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2 | Donkey Beach
One of the smallest, but most picturesque beaches on the island's northwest coast, Donkey Beach was almost destroyed when a golf course was to be put in there, but as of now the course's plans have fallen through and the beach remains.
If you are coming from Labrelotte Bay, go three quarters of a mile (one and a quarter kilometers) to the northeast to find this beach.
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1 | Dauphin Beach
Ancient Indian stone carvings are the central draw to this beach, though ruins from an old colonial church destroyed in the Saint Lucia French Revolution of the late 1700s is another intriguing attraction. A trip to Dauphin Beach will make for a very interesting, often exciting, day.
This beach is two and a half miles (four kilometers) to the east-southeast of the center of Rodney Bay.
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1 | Choc Beach
Vacationers visiting Choc Beach can easily access nearby Castries, as well as its big resorts and shopping centers. Families with children seem to love Choc Beach because of its placid waters, which make a great swimming spot for the entire family.
Visitors can find this beach two miles (three and a half kilometers) to the northeast of the center of Castries.
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Sweeping along the west coast of St. Lucia are the beaches of Castries. They exist mainly as part of natural bays with soft sand and often a lot of shade. Thanks to the location of the ports and the resorts that line the shores, the beaches can be busy, but a quick trip just north of town will allow you find some more secluded options. You will discover a large number of beaches to choose from in… more…
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1 | Grand Anse
The drive out Grand Anse is breathtakingly beautiful, and the scene once you get there is even more rewarding. Surrounded by St Lucia's mountainous eastern coast, and far removed from the island's development and tourist spots, you may find yourself all alone at this secluded, tranquil destination.
Vacationers can find this beach within traveling range from Rodney Bay, four miles (six and a half kilometers) east of the center of Babonneau.
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Picturesque Marigot Bay is so pleasing to the eye that it is often used in aerial shots for Hollywood films. Along the shores, tourists will find the beaches to be slightly crowded by others hoping to spend time on some of the most beautiful beaches on the island. If you're looking for something on the private side, ask a local for their pick. Although these beaches will not generally have bathrooms and… more…
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1 | Anse Louvert
On the island's rocky eastern coast, this beach will only be accessed by the adventurous and, as a result, you'll likely have it all to yourself. Bring lots of water and some food as you won't find any beach bars or other facilities on this part of the island.
Situated within easy traveling distance of Dennery, this beach is approximately three and a half miles (approximately five and a half kilometers) north of the center of Dennery.
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