Beaches

  • Choc

    Background: Choc beach is located in the Castries .There are several access points, these points are known as Edgewater, Waves, and Rat Islet. The first access point commences from the John Compton Highway all the way up to the Intersection that is ...
  • Coco Dan

    Average Width: 70Feet /21 Metres Length: 2145Feet /465 Metres Responsible Authority: National Conservation Authority District: Vieux Fort Accessibility: Road, public transport and tracks. Geographic Features: Natural Vegetation and natural reef....
  • Dauphin

    Background: This beach is a nesting habitat for turtles and other wild life. The beach shore is made of black sand and is lined with rocky shore and pebbles. A small river passes through a mangrove before flowing into the sea. Giant Hills and cliffs ...
  • Dennery

    Background: This sandy beach is located along the east coast of Saint Lucia in the fishing village of Dennery and is well known for fishing and recreational activities, it’s also for the famous Dennery Fish Fiesta held Saturday evenings. Average W...
  • East Winds

    Average Width: 237feet/ 72metres Length: 4025feet/ 1227metres Responsible Authority: National Conservation Authority District: Castries Accessibility: Road, or via boat Geographic Features: River Mouth, islet and Natural Vegetation. Beach facili...
  • Fond D’Or

    Background: Fond d’Or Beach is located 5 minutes from Dennery Village en-route from Castries. Travelling from Castries it is about 45 minutes drive. Fond d’Or Beach is an integral part of the Fond d’Or Nature Reserve & Heritage Park, geog...
  • Grand Anse

    Background: This beach is a nesting habitation of the endangered species like turtles and other wild life or endangered species. The bathing conditions are forbidding due to the harsh Atlantic Ocean Sea current that blast the shore of this beach. Ove...
  • Honeymoon Beach

    Average Width: 123feet/37metres Length: 1320feet/400metres Responsible Authority: National Conservation Authority Accessibility: Road, Public transport, and track. Geographic Features: Natural vegetation Usage: Fishing, swimming and motor boating...
  • Malgretoute

    Responsible Authority: National Conservation Authority District: Soufriere Accessibility: Road: Public Access Track Trails Geographic Features: Natural vegetation, Hills Beach facilities: Guest house, Restaurants, Beach benches, Litter bins, Snack...
  • Marisule

    Average Width: 41feet/12.4metres Length: 577feet/125metres Responsible Authority: National Conservation Authority District: Marisule Accessibility: Road: Public Access Track Trails. Geographic Features: Hills and natural vegetation. Usage: Swimm...
  • Contact Us

    Tel: 1 (758) 459 - 0278
    Fax: 1 (758) 452 – 4109

    National Conservation Authority #9 Colony House P.O. Box CP 5489, Castries

    nca@govt.lc