La Toc Beach panorama
A peaceful spot in the shade of a giant sea grape tree.
La Toc shade
A peaceful spot in the shade of a giant sea grape tree as the surf kisses the beach.
St Lucia Blues Sailboat panorama
St Lucia Blues Sailboat vertical
Mouth to Marigot
Marigot Bay is located on the western coast of the Caribbean island of Saint Lucia. It is surrounded on three sides by steep, forested hills. The inland portion of the bay forms a hurricane hole, used to shelter boats from hurricanes.
The inland portion of Marigot Bay forms a hurricane hole, used to shelter boats from hurricanes.
Marigot Beach Club
Marigot Bay is a historic landmark, having been the site of a number of battles between the French and British navies. The bay was used as the setting for the 1967 film adaptation of Hugh Lofting's Doctor Dolittle books. Scenes of the shipwreck, Great Pink Sea Snail, and the construction of the harness for the Giant Lunar Moth were filmed in the bay.
Just north of Soufriere, on the west coast of St Lucia lies this little slice of paradise.
Jalousie Plantation Yacht
Along St Lucia’s southwest coast, Jalousie Plantation is nestled between the dramatic twin peaks of Gros Piton and Petit Piton, one of the Caribbean island’s most memorable landmarks.
Red Skies at Night
Mountain of Clouds
Petit Piton panorama, Soufriere Bay
Perched along St Lucia’s southwest coast and protected as a UNESCO World Heritage site, Petit Piton is among the Caribbean island’s most memorable landmarks.
Perched along St Lucia’s southwest coast and protected as a UNESCO World Heritage site, the dramatic twin peaks of Gros Piton and Petit Piton are among the Caribbean island’s most memorable landmarks.
Petit and Gros Piton view
Pigeon Island Sunburst panorama
Composed of two peaks, Pigeon Island is a historic site with numerous forts such as an 18th-century British fort and Fort Rodney both used by the British to spy on French Ships from neighboring Martinique.
Pigeon Island Sun
Sunset over Pigeon Island in Rodney Bay, St Lucia in the Caribbean.
Fort Rodney Cannon
An ancient cannon perched on top of Fort Rodney on Pigeon Island in St Lucia.
Rodney Bay panorama
Rodney Bay was named after Admiral George Brydges Rodney who formed his fort at Pigeon Island. The island was originally surrounded by water until 1972 when it was artificially joined to the mainland.
Sailing St Lucia
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