Saint Lucia’s pint-sized port capital Castries is usually experienced as a stopping-off point on the way to one of the island’s beaches or resorts. While successive fires and hurricanes have periodically devastated the city there are still traces of the colonial era, when Saint Lucia bounced between French and British control. The Castries Heritage Walk will point out the city’s historical highlights.
Otherwise the city’s greatest appeal lies in its relaxed lifestyle, providing an easy introduction to the leisurely pace of island life. Head for the Jeremie Street Market to savor the taste of the tropics or just wander the streets and start adjusting your body clock.
Castries is located in the north of Saint Lucia’s west coast. Cruise ships dock directly in the harbor and George F. L. Charles Airport is very close to the city center, though most long-haul flights land at Hewanorra in the island’s south.
Tours & Tickets
Enjoy the fresh evening air and natural beauty of St Lucia on a 2.5-hour sunset Segway tour. With an experienced guide, you’ll effortlessly make your way up Mt ... Read more
Location: Castries, Saint Lucia
Duration: 2 hours 30 minutes (approx.)
View the famous green flash! If it’s in the eyes of that special someone, celebrating a special occasion or with a group of friends, there's no better way to ... Read more
Location: Gros Islet, Saint Lucia
Duration: 2 hours (approx.)