Irresistible St. Lucia a Caribbean dream

Stunning hotels, fabulous food and beaches are just the start. This island also offers up great history and fun, colourful locals.


Pigeon Island National Park in the north of St. Lucia is a great place to explore the island’s French and English history and to soak up views of the mountains and beautiful coastline.

Cap Maison is a fantastic hotel/resort on the north end of St. Lucia. It’s only a few mintues to the action in Rodney Bay but it’s quiet and serene, with lovely villas.

Some villas at Cap Maison come with private pools. They’re both secluded and seductive.

The Naked Fisherman Beach Bar and Grill at Cap Maison is a great spot for dinner at the beach. Thursday night is tapas night, with a set menu that might include fantastic, Thai style crab claws and blackened steak.


The main pool at Cap Maison is a wonderful spot for families, with lovely views out towards Pigeon Island. No diving, please!

The beach at Cap Maison is reached via a set of stairs. There’s plenty of good body surfing at times, as well as good snorkeling and boating. And lots of space to just chill out.

Pigeon Island has wonderful old cannons and historic military buildings; making it ideal for both history buffs and energetic kids.

A hike up Signal Hill at Pigeon Island National Park isn’t too difficult. And the rewards are enormous.

Sunsets at Cap Maison are a great time to relax with that special someone and sip on one of the hotel’s signature rum punch drinks.

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