17 Dec 2018 - 18 Dec 2018
2 guests - 1 room
Northern-most part of the island, but it is the most convenient for travelers once you get past the drive from the airport.
Quaint wooden houses and bustling market stalls along the water define this northern fishing village turned popular tourist destination. Small local shops mix with high-end restaurants and you'll find as many guest houses as resort hotels stretching beyond the shoreline. For the best views of Gros Islet make the trek out to the end of Pigeon Island and then look back toward the shore.
Every Friday night there is a local "Jump Up" including local street food and music
A vibrant community surrounded by great scuba and snorkel sites, and nearby you can ride horses on the beach. This is the place to go when you are ready to get out of the resort and see the real St Lucia.