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St Lucia

Don't let the images of picture-perfect white sands, azure waters and swaying palms fool you - St Lucia isn't just a destination for beach lovers. Despite its diminutive size - it's just 14 miles wide and 27 miles long - there's more than enough on this Caribbean island to keep even the most active adventurer interested!

Avid explorers will love the island's mountainous terrain, with crags and coves to be discovered. There are even two vast volcanic plugs, the mighty Pitons, to climb - if you're brave enough to hike the Gros Piton you'll be rewarded with magnificent sea views from the peak.

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If you want to just get away from it all, lie back and relax, there's no prettier place to do it than on a St Lucia beach. This Caribbean gem offers the dream combination of seductive soft sands and adventure, with hiking, biking and horse-riding tracks offering fantastic opportunities to get to know the island of St Lucia.

And to top it all off, the weather’s glorious, too with temperatures rarely dropping below 25 degrees - in fact, with an average temperature of 30C, it's definitely not a place to skimp on the suncream!

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10 facts about Saint Lucia


St Lucia has plenty of historical sites showcasing the island's colonial past. The country was passed back and forth 14 times between the English and the French.


St Lucia became an independent state on 22nd February 1979. This is a public holiday in St Lucia, with dance, feasts and celebrations.


St Lucia’s main export is bananas. They also export petroleum oils and beer. Piton is their Pilsner beer brand named for the Gros Piton and Petit Piton mountains on the island.


The biggest festival in St Lucia is the Saint Lucia Jazz Festival, which takes place in May every year. Musicians come from all over the world to take part.


St Lucia hosts games in the West Indies limited-overs and four-day cricket competitions every year at the Beausejour Cricket Grounds, one of the most modern in West Indies cricket.


St Lucia is part of the Commonwealth, meaning Queen Elizabeth rules over the island; however, the Prime Minister of St Lucia retains executive power.


As well as being volcanic, the island of Saint Lucia is more mountainous than most other Caribbean islands. Its highest point is Mount Gimie, which is 950 metres (3,120 feet) above sea level.


The majority of tourists actually visit Saint Lucia on a cruise. The most popular place to visit is Castries, followed by Soufriere, Marigot Bay and Gros Islet.


Saint Lucia has the highest ratio of Nobel laureates produced with respect to the total population of any sovereign country in the world: Sir Arthur Lewis in 1979, and the poet Derek Walcott in 1992.


St Lucia's national dish is green banana and saltfish. The bananas are peeled and sauteed with garlic, onions, celery and peppers.