Sargas Villa was just incredible! Janus has done a wonderful job on creating a beautiful, modern home with an out-of-this-world view and in a quiet location
Sargas Villa was just incredible! Janus has done a wonderful job on creating a beautiful, modern home with an out-of-this-world view and in a quiet location (close to some of the islands biggest attractions) The mud baths at the volcano was very cool!
We ate Christmas Eve dinner at Chocolat Boucan. Get there before dark & have a cocktail to enjoy the view. The food was excellent- everything that we got! We had brunch at the restaurant at the Viceroy Sugar Beach & it was delicious! So… So much food so go hungry. It is very pricey but yummy! (U.S $140.00 per person)
Anse Chastanet- we thought the best snorkeling was here. You can rent chairs here from the scuba/dive shop through the hotel.
Anse Mamin- smaller, more secluded beach about 15 minute-walk down from Anse Chastanet. Nice beach, not crowded, not really good snorkeling, best just for swimming & relaxing. Get 2 burgers for lunch here- the burgers were excellent. Can rent chairs here!!
Anse Des Piton/Sugar Beach- we were having brunch at the restaurant at the Viceroy, so we were able to park here because of that. Otherwise, I think some places offer a shuttle to here. Beach was beautiful, nestled between the Pitons. The shallow water is rocky, so it is a little uncomfortable going in. The snorkeling is good here but not great. Great round rafts anchored down in the water are a great place to spend an afternoon. You can rent chairs here (not sure is that was because we ate there though) but it will cost (U.S $50.00 per chair) On the right side of the beach I think these are free or much cheaper… there is a little boutique on Sugar Beach with Beautiful swimsuits, cover-ups etc.
Thank you Janus for everything! Your attention to details and professionalism are obvious and much appreciated
Bryan, Ashley, Brandon & Ben Burke Edmund, Oklahoma, U.S
WEATHER IN SAINT LUCIA
While most places in the world have four well-defined seasons, its proximity to the equator means that this is not really the case for the island of St. Lucia.