Beaches

  • La Bas Bay

    Background: Average Width: 30 feet/9 metres Length: 248 feet/76 metres Responsible Authority: National Conservation Authority District: Marigot Bay Accessibility: Road Public Access, Water Ferry Geographic Features: Natural vegetation, hills, seclu...
  • Black Bay

    Background: Average Width: 80feet/25metres Length: 750feet/229metres Responsible Authority: National Conservation Authority District: Vieux Fort Accessibility: Road Public Access, Tracks and Trails Geographic Features: Natural vegetation and black ...
  • Choiseul Beach

    Background: Average Width: 35feet/11metres Length: 576feet/176metres Responsible Authority: National Conservation Authority District: Choiseul Accessibility: Road Public Access, Tracks and Trails Geographic Features: Natural vegetation, hills, cli...
  • Hummingbird Beach

    Background: Average Width: 60feet/ 72metres Length: 1320feet/ 1227metres Responsible Authority: National Conservation Authority District: Soufriere Accessibility: Road, Track and via boat. Geographic Features: River Mouth, hills, cliffs and Natural ...
  • Anse Cochon

    Background: Average Width: 237feet/ 72metres Length: 4025feet/ 1227metres Responsible Authority: National Conservation Authority District: Anse la Raye Accessibility: Road, Track and via boat. Geographic Features: River Mouth, hills, cliffs and Natur...
  • Anse Du Paye

    Average Width: 123feet/37metres Length: 1320feet/400metres Responsible Authority: National Conservation Authority Accessibility: Road, Public transport, and track. Geographic Features: Natural vegetation, hills, river mouth and cliffs. Usage: Fi...
  • Anse Galet

    Background: Anse Galet Beach is a pocket beach about 15 minutes drive southward from the village of Anse La Raye. This beach is located at the bottom of a ridge, which is the location of Ti Kaye Hotel. In comparison to the other sandy beaches on th...
  • Anse La Raye

    Background: This sandy beach is located along the west coast of Saint Lucia in the fishing village of Anse la Raye and is well known for fishing of pelagic species. The waterfront overlooking the beach is famous for the Anse la Raye Fish Friday. Vi...
  • Bois Chandon

    Background: One can access this beautiful beach via a dirt road a few meters past the entrance to the George Odlum Stadium in the south of the island on the way to the town of View Fort. This peaceful and quiet beach is frequented by families and ho...
  • Cas en Bas

    Background: This beach is located in the District of Gros Islet. It is one of the beaches with the finest white sand on the island. Large amounts of sea weed are deposited on its shores regularly. The beach front at Cas-en-Bas currently has a restaur...
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