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.

View points at both the northern and southern entrances to the beach are elevated and allow for a sky view of the entire beach and village of Anse La Raye.

Average Width: 32feet/10metres

Length: 1075feet/32metres

Responsible Authority: National Conservation Authority

District: Anse la Raye

Accessibility: Road

Geographic Features: River Mouth, hills, cliffs and Natural Vegetation.

Beach facilities: Vending area, fishing complex and, bars, a jetty, washrooms, and litter bins.

Usage: Sailing, motor boating and fishing.

Shore type: 95%sandy shore/ 5% rocky shore

Bottom conditions: 100% sand

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