St. James's Club Morgan Bay Nearby Attractions Map

1 | St. Lucia Golf and Country Clu

Set in the rolling hills of the northern tip of the island, golfers will have panoramic views of both the Atlantic and the Caribbean. You might want to make use of their state-of-the-art practice facilities and golf academy, as this is course is no walk in the park.

This golf course can be found four and a half miles (seven kilometers) to the north-northeast of St. James's Club Morgan Bay.

2 | 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.

Interested guests will be able to find this beach three quarters of a mile (one and a quarter kilometers) to the east-southeast of St. Lucia Golf and Country Club.

1 | Fort Rodney

Built in 1778, Fort Rodney offered a strategic view of the western approach, and all of Rodney Bay. Today, the fort is in ruins, but is a popular place for hikers to explore while on their journey in the Pigeon Island National Park.

Visitors can find this historical site on Pigeon Island, on the same premises as Pigeon Island National Park, three and a half miles (five and a half kilometers) north of St. James's Club Morgan Bay.

2 | Pigeon Island National Park

Once called the Pigeon Island National Park, this area of St. Lucia has now been dubbed the Pigeon Island National Landmark, and is considered to be one of the most important showings of island history, culture, and nature. Formerly the site of a British Garrison, this park is now a historical park and nature center, with restaurants, community events, and the still standing forts.

Found on Pigeon Island, this nature sanctuary/wildlife reserve is a few hundred yards (a quarter kilometer) from Fort Rodney.

3 | 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.

Travel a quarter mile (a half kilometer) from Pigeon Island National Park to reach this beach, which is located on Pigeon Island.

4 | 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.

Interested guests will be able to find this beach 0.8 miles (1.2 km) from Pigeon Point Beach.

1 | 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.

Found within traveling range of Rodney Bay, this beach is a mile and a half (three kilometers) north of St. James's Club Morgan Bay.

2 | Treasure Bay Casino

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.

Guests can find this casino on the same premises as Baywalk Mall, three quarters of a mile (one and a quarter kilometers) east-northeast of Donkey Beach.

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.

Travel north for a half mile (three quarters of a kilometer) from Treasure Bay Casino to get to this beach.

4 | Rodney Bay Marina

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.

Situated on Castries-Gross Islet Highway, this marina is located two and a half miles (four and a half kilometers) east of Rodney Bay.

5 | Greg Glace Dock Marina

From Rodney Bay Marina, go a couple hundred yards (a few hundred meters) to the south-southeast to get to this marina.

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.

St. James's Club Morgan Bay is located one and a quarter miles (two kilometers) to the south of this beach.

1 | 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.

Situated within traveling distance from Castries, this beach is located approximately three and a half miles (approximately five and a half kilometers) to the south west of St. James's Club Morgan Bay.

2 | Sandals La Toc

The course is surrounded by the lush, hilly terrain of St. Lucia's western coast. The course may not be the longest, but it's also not the easiest. The elevated 4th tee might just offer the most impressive vistas, but the 3rd, 7th, and 8th aren't far behind. It might be tough to keep your eye on the ball in such a picturesque setting, so pack your camera if you want to focus on your golf game, and admire your pictures another time.

Travel a short distance from La Toc Beach to find this golf course, which is located on La Toc Road.

3 | La Toc Battery

This old fort was once garrisoned by the British Colonial Forces, though today it serves a a window to the past.

Make your way a few hundred yards (a quarter kilometer) from Sandals St. Lucia La Toc Golf to find this historical site.

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.

If you're coming from St. James's Club Morgan Bay, go a half mile (three quarters of a kilometer) to the south-southwest to find this beach.

2 | Samaans Park

If you're coming from Choc Beach, go a half mile (a half kilometer) to the northeast to reach this park.

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 can be found within easy traveling distance from Rodney Bay, four miles (six and a half kilometers) east-northeast of St. James's Club Morgan Bay.

1 | Malabar Beach

While not overly urbanized, this is a beach that does see quite a number of visitors. Its location adjacent to the the runway of Vigie Airport make it quick and easy to access for those staying along the northwest coast - the most popular tourist area.

Visitors will find this beach in the vicinity of Castries, one and a quarter miles (two kilometers) south west of St. James's Club Morgan Bay.

2 | Vigie Beach

The beach runs alongside the Vigie Airport runway, which seems like an immediate drawback; but the airport is relatively quiet, and its presence means a lack of hotels and resorts, keeping the beach clean and peaceful. Being close to Castries, it also puts you in a good location for shopping, dining, and other activities when you're day at the beach is finished.

Interested guests can find this beach on the northern edge of the neighborhood of North Castries, just 0.3 miles (0.4 km) from Malabar Beach.

3 | Choc Cemetery

Visitors will be able to find this historical site on Choc Castries, a few hundred yards (a few hundred meters) from Vigie Beach.

4 | Vigie Marina

Situated on Seraphine Road, this marina is located only 0.6 miles (1.0 km) from Choc Cemetery.

5 | Folk Research Centre

The St. Lucia Folk Research Centre features exhibits that represent the daily lives of the native people of the island of St. Lucia. Additionally, the research center includes a library with an extensive collection of books, articles, and other text related to the people and culture of St. Lucia; videos of cultural events; and images that span several decades.

This museum is situated on Mt. Pleasant, and is just 0.8 miles (1.3 km) east-southeast of Vigie Marina.

6 | King George V Gardens

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.

This botanical garden can be found a quarter mile (a quarter kilometer) from St. Lucia Folk Research Centre, and is in North Castries, near the heart of Castries.

7 | Dollar Wise Arcade

Located in the Blue Coral Shopping Mall, Dollar Wise Arcade opened on St. Lucia as the first official gaming arcade on the island.

This gambling arcade is located at Blue Coral Shopping Mall, and is just 0.3 miles (0.5 km) west-southwest of King George V Gardens.

8 | Derek Walcott Square

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.

This park is located in the heart of downtown Castries, about a hundred yards (a few hundred meters) from Dollar Wise Arcade.

9 | Cathedral of the Immaculate Conception

As the seat of the Archbishop on Saint Lucia, this cathedral has been a center of St. Lucian cultural life. However, just as the church as affected the people, walk inside and gaze upon the walls' and ceiling's decoration and see how the people have affected the church as well.

This historical site is situated less than a hundred yards (about a hundred meters) from Derek Walcott Square, and is at Cathedral of the Immaculate Conception.

10 | 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.

If you are coming from Cathedral of the Immaculate Conception, go a half mile (less than a kilometer) west-southwest to reach this museum.

11 | Government House

The current Government House is the third incarnation, with the first being destroyed in 1817, and the second abandoned in 1865. The third and final Government House was completed in 1895.

This historical site is located on the same premises as Le Pavillion Royal Museum.

1 | Grande Anse

Situated within easy traveling distance of Rodney Bay, this nature sanctuary/wildlife reserve is located six miles (ten kilometers) east-southeast of St. James's Club Morgan Bay.

2 | 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.

Situated within easy traveling range of Rodney Bay, this beach is located less than a hundred yards (less than a hundred meters) from Grande Anse.

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.

Head southeast for eight miles (13 kilometers) from St. James's Club Morgan Bay to get to this beach.

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.

Travelers can find this beach on the northeastern outskirts of the neighborhood of Ti Kaye, ten miles (15 and a half kilometers) to the south west of St. James's Club Morgan Bay.

2 | L'Anse la Raye

Head northeast for 1.3 miles (2.1 km) from Anse Couchon to reach this beach.

1 | Fort Charlotte

The large Fort Charlotte may be in ruins, but there is still plenty to explore. The fort, built in 1764 by the French, still maintains many of its walkways and staircases, as the site has been renovated as a community college and government offices.

Situated within driving range of Marigot, this historical site is located four and a half miles (seven kilometers) south-southwest of St. James's Club Morgan Bay.

1 | Sault Falls

Known also by Dennery and Errand Falls, Sault Faulls is one of the biggest waterfalls on the island. It is also one of the lesser-known falls, the perfect reprieve for visitors who prefer a quiet hike and dip in the cool pools that is fills.

From St. James's Club Morgan Bay, go approximately ten miles (16 kilometers) to the south-southeast to find this waterfall.

1 | Marigot Beach

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.

Situated within easy traveling distance from Anse La Raye, this beach is located 7.1 miles (11.4 km) from St. James's Club Morgan Bay.

2 | Marigot Bay

Marigot Bay's unspoiled lands and marked popularity draw visitors from all over, making it home to many different facilities and accommodations for guests. Enjoy fine dining, shopping, entertainment, and other activities along the shore while at Marigot Bay.

When you're coming from Roseau Bay, go about three quarters of a mile (a little more than a kilometer) northeast to find this beach.

3 | New Pointmarigot Marina

Vacationers will be able to find this marina a short distance from Marigot Bay.

1 | Barre de L'isle Rain Forest Trail

This hiking trail is 9.4 miles (15.1 km) to the south of St. James's Club Morgan Bay, and is at Barre de l'Isle Forest Reserve.

2 | Barre de l'Isle Forest Reserve

This popular climb and hike is a major eco-tourist attraction on St. Lucia, and any fan of hiking up mountains and fantastic views will want to give the Barre de l'Isle Forest Reserve a try.

Situated within driving distance from Dennery, this nature sanctuary/wildlife reserve is from Barre de L'isle Rain Forest Trail.

1 | Fregate Islands

This nature sanctuary/wildlife reserve can be found on Praslin, and is 12.6 miles (20.2 km) to the south-southeast of St. James's Club Morgan Bay.

The above map depicts 45 local attractions guests can find within 12 and a half miles (20 kilometers) of St. James's Club Morgan Bay. Many of them are in and around the vicinity of Castries, which guests will find in the same area as the resort. To find more details about the options available in the vicinity, or to see a more expansive view of the region, explore the map by clicking on various points. Pin numbers shown above match up with what is found in the list of attractions below.

Attractions Near St. James's Club Morgan Bay
Map No. Type Attraction Name Distance from Hotel
1 Golf Course St. Lucia Golf and Country Club 4.4 mi. (7.1 km)
1 Waterfall Sault Falls 10.0 mi. (16.2 km)
1 Hiking Trail Barre de L'isle Rain Forest Trail 9.4 mi. (15.1 km)
1 Beach Labrelotte Bay 1.3 mi. (2.1 km)
1 Nature Sanctuary/Wildlife Reserve Grande Anse 6.2 mi. (9.9 km)
1 Waterfall River Rock Waterfall 8.1 mi. (13.1 km)
1 Beach Dauphin Beach 4.0 mi. (6.5 km)
1 Nature Sanctuary/Wildlife Reserve Fregate Islands 12.6 mi. (20.2 km)
1 Beach Malabar Beach 1.3 mi. (2.1 km)
1 Beach Anse Couchon 9.8 mi. (15.7 km)
1 Beach Anse Louvert 8.1 mi. (13.1 km)
1 Beach La Toc Beach 3.3 mi. (5.3 km)
1 Beach Roseau Bay 7.1 mi. (11.4 km)
1 Historical Site Fort Charlotte 4.4 mi. (7.1 km)
1 Beach Choc Beach 0.4 mi. (0.7 km)
1 Historical Site Fort Rodney 3.5 mi. (5.6 km)
1 Beach Donkey Beach 1.8 mi. (2.8 km)
1 Marina Dennery Harbour 10.5 mi. (17.0 km)
1 Volcano Mt. Gimie 12.1 mi. (19.4 km)
2 Casino Treasure Bay Casino 2.3 mi. (3.6 km)
2 Beach Vigie Beach 1.5 mi. (2.5 km)
2 Beach L'Anse la Raye 8.5 mi. (13.6 km)
2 Nature Sanctuary/Wildlife Reserve Pigeon Island National Park 3.7 mi. (5.9 km)
2 Park Samaans Park 0.1 mi. (0.2 km)
2 Beach Marigot Bay 6.3 mi. (10.1 km)
2 Beach Grand Anse 6.2 mi. (9.9 km)
2 Nature Sanctuary/Wildlife Reserve Barre de l'Isle Forest Reserve 9.4 mi. (15.1 km)
2 Golf Course Sandals St. Lucia La Toc Golf 3.3 mi. (5.4 km)
2 Beach Cas En Bas 4.5 mi. (7.3 km)
3 Historical Site La Toc Battery 3.2 mi. (5.1 km)
3 Historical Site Choc Cemetery 1.7 mi. (2.7 km)
3 Marina New Pointmarigot Marina 6.3 mi. (10.2 km)
3 Beach Rodney Bay 2.7 mi. (4.4 km)
3 Beach Pigeon Point Beach 3.7 mi. (5.9 km)
4 Beach Reduit Beach 3.2 mi. (5.1 km)
4 Marina Vigie Marina 2.3 mi. (3.7 km)
4 Marina Rodney Bay Marina 2.8 mi. (4.5 km)
5 Museum St. Lucia Folk Research Centre 2.0 mi. (3.3 km)
5 Marina Greg Glace Dock Marina 2.7 mi. (4.4 km)
6 Botanical Garden King George V Gardens 2.3 mi. (3.6 km)
7 Gambling Arcade Dollar Wise Arcade 2.6 mi. (4.1 km)
8 Park Derek Walcott Square 2.6 mi. (4.2 km)
9 Historical Site Cathedral of the Immaculate Conception 2.6 mi. (4.1 km)
10 Museum Le Pavillion Royal Museum 3.0 mi. (4.9 km)
11 Historical Site Government House 3.0 mi. (4.9 km)

 

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