We have really enjoyed Marcus’ hospitality and this great house with amazing architecture.
We would like to share our experience in the island in hope it maybe helpful for future visitors. We had a car (jeep 4*4). So in many of our sites, it is a must.
The nicest beaches in our tastes were:
Anse Chastnet Resort, limited chair umbrellas $33US for the day, no entrance fee. Beach close to parking. 5min. walk. Very nice diving shop.
Ti Kaye Resort, nice and quietest beach around, chairs for rent $6 each, US$10 per person entrance fees. But redeemable at Bar & Restaurant. You can skip the fee by parking before the gate and walking a trail to the beach, watch for electric post. They show the entrance to the trail.
Sugar Beach Resort (out south of Soufriere)
By far the nicest place, plenty of free chairs to enjoy, on the right side of the beach. Parking is a bit far from the beach, so here is the trick, at the second gate, ask for a lift to the site with your check, they will bring you back for free and you save the hike up (which can be steep for some).
Snorkelling is great.
Nice historic site, 10thcentury ruins, with a nice beach and restaurant. Jambo De Bois, nice snorkelling on site beach way quieter than Reduit Beach.
Divine is fantastic, best we had Piton walk which started at Anse Chastnet and Les loon rock 60’ max which you make from Ti Kaye, often site offers the dive. But they are far from site, which means long boat ride, to rock is 2min. boat from Ti Kaye, since you dive, site is free access.
Often highlights we enjoyed, Sulphur Springs and volcano, Tet Paul hike. Fantastic views, waterfalls warm water, on the way to Sugar Beach.
If adventurous, ask Marcus for guide and arrangements to Grande Anse for turtle watch at beach on the other side of island, full day trip.
Best restaurant with views: