St. Lucian beaches are relatively short, but with five miles of white sand on Rodney Bay, Reduit is the place for a long stroll by the shore and a swim in calm waters. This is one of the most popular beaches on the island.
With white sand, crystal clear water, and stunning setting between the twin Gros and Petit Piton volcanic peaks make this beach a favorite spot for sunning, snorkelers and scuba divers come for the adventures to be had.
With a sharp drop off, coral reef and sea walls, this beach affords snorkelers and divers many opportunities for viewing the vivid ocean life without ferrying out to deeper waters by boat. The natural sand reflects the volcanic origins of the island.
Pigeon Island National Park
This quiet beach on the north end of the island is the place to combine sunning and swimming with a visit to the mini-museum then climb to a vantage point to see the historic Fort Rodney ruins and views of the distant Martinique.
Soon to become part of a new national park, this mile long stretch of beach north of Dennery is set against a backdrop of cliffs in an area that was once a plantation. Visitors come to turtle watch where they can see the natural wonder of endangered leatherbacks which are known to be the largest of sea turtles, lugging themselves out of the water and onto the beach to lay their eggs.
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