St. Lucia is an island of breath taking beauty within the Eastern Caribbean. It has a rich cultural heritage and an intriguing background which makes it very popular as a family holiday destination and a romantic getaway for honeymooners.
The official language of St Lucia is English, because of its English heritage.
One of the most accessible expressions of St. Lucia’s rich cultural heritage is its cuisine. The fertile, volcanic soil of the island yields an enormous supply of exotic produce, and the island is one of the leading banana exporters in the Caribbean. The chefs combine the island’s produce with a wide variety of equally fresh seafood to create tantalizing curries, Creole-style entrees, and pepper pot stews. Callaloo soup, made from a leafy green similar to spinach, is the national dish.
The beautiful waters allows for windsurfing and kite surfing, also possible is ‘snubing’ a mix between snorkelling and diving, it will allow you to see the wonders of St Lucia’s marine life, and lastly there are countless jungles which can be explored by foot or by bike.
St Lucia has many things to offer, but what cannot be missed are its characteristic beaches, one of which is called ‘sandy beach’ located at the southern tip of the island its perfect for kite surfers and to enjoy a perfect stretch of white sand. No Matter which beach you choose one things for sure: with so many to go around you’ll always find a spot to lay down your towel and enjoy.