On a Night in St. Lucia
Rodney Bay is the island’s main nightspot, with clubs, restaurants and live music bars the order of the day. Reduit Beach has regular calypso nights whilst the weekly ‘jump up’ in Gros Islet is popular with tourists and locals alike. The winter months prove the most lively with more options open to travellers.
Shopping in St. Lucia
Castries Market offers honeymooners some good opportunity to bargain and barter for local specialities such as dolls, bowls, beads, woodcarvings and unique silkscreen and batik products.
La Place Carenage and Pointe Seraphine provide great duty-free shopping opportunities and the chance to grab a real bargain.
Top Resorts in St. Lucia
Towards the North of St. Lucia, Castries and Gros Islet are two of the more popular and lively resorts and the popular Rodney Bay and Pigeon Point can be found here.
The South of the island is less tourist-orientated than its Northerly counterpart, but the towns of Soufriere, Micourd and Vieux Fort are helping to change that and attract a small infux of couples each year looking for a St. Lucia honeymoon with a difference.