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Would you like to have an unforgettable vacation in a breathtaking tropical environment? Would you explore the seashores with palm trees, but also the world of rainforests? If so, the island of Saint Lucia is the best choice for you! Cool yourself on a beautiful sandy beach or admire the sight of untouched nature If you’re looking for active relaxation, try watersports, or discover outlying gulfs on the deck of a yacht charter.

Location of St.Lucia

St.Lucia is an island with volcanic origin in the central line of Windward islands in the Lesser Antilles. It’s surrounded by Saint Vincent and the Grenadine islands from the northeast, Barbados from the northwest, and Martinique from the south. The island has an area of 60 km2 and 160 000 residents.

Beaches in St.Lucia

Amazing beaches, gulfs, and lagoons lie on the island of St.Lucia. The picturesque view of the sea, the crystal clear water, and the warm sunlight catch visitors’ hearts for sure. The white sandy shores of St.Lucia are among the best worldwide. They also provide several sports opportunities for tourists such as boat rental.

Sugar Beach:

The Sugar Beach lies between the mountains of the Pitons. With its beautiful sand, it’s one of the nicest beaches in St.Lucia. Here you can relax and view the astonishing sight of how the Caribbean Sea meets the mountain. The beach is a few kilometers south from Soufrière on the western side of the island. Some of the shore is part of the Sugar Beach Resort, but the northern section is waiting for vacationers all year.

Gulf of Marigot:

There are numerous smaller beaches in this gulf on the western side of the island. It’s one of the most popular sections of shore in St.Lucia since it often appears in some scenes of Hollywood movies. The palm trees, anchoring boats, and white sand create a romantic atmosphere. From time to time the beach gets overcrowded, but you’ll always find hidden spots where you can calm down and enjoy the wonderful landscape.

Grande Anse beach:

The Grande Anse lies next to mountains on the eastern side of St.Lucia far from the tourist sites of the island. The Grande Anse provides a quiet and calming environment perfect for romantic walks. Many people come here to view sea turtles lay their eggs or little turtles hatch.

Reduit beach:

The most suitable place if you crave a long walk by the sea or a refreshing swim in the calm water. The bars, hotels, and cafés on the beach are very popular among tourists coming by cruise yachts as well. The shore is well-equipped with deck chairs and watersport equipment available for rent.

Main sights in St.Lucia

St.Lucia is proud to have as many sights as most Caribbean islands. Along with seaside programs, it’s worth visiting other attractions on its magical island. Gorgeous botanical gardens, volcanos and several sights are waiting for you. The Pigeon Island was a crossing point built-in the 70’s. Nowadays, it functions as a beautiful national park. A challenging hiking trail goes ut to the top of the mountain from where there’s an amazing view of the sea. Marked paths help you explore the ruins of Fort Rodney, which the British built-in the 18th century. Though the capital of St.Lucia, Castries, doesn’t belong to the most visited cities of the Caribbean, you should definitely spend a day there. Start your city tour in the colorful market, then take a walk down to Derek Walcott square. Most of the old wooden buildings of the city got destroyed by a fire, but there are some of them left in Brazil street on the southern part of the square. These charming houses have decorative grids and galleries. Don’t forget to visit the cathedral from the 20th century on the eastern side of the square.

Weather in St.Lucia

The Caribbean region has the traits of all year hot and humid tropical climate. The weather is somewhat cool and dry from the middle of January to the middle of April. From the middle of June to the middle of November it’s usually hot, wet, and rainy. Subtropical monsoon climate dominates in the country. The average yearly temperature is 28 °C.

St.Lucia bareboat yacht charter

The port of the island lies on the northern side of the capital, Castries. It’s easily accessible from the city center even by a 15-minute walk. It’s well-equipped and offers several extra services as well as tax-free shopping opportunities. The port hosts not only small yachts and yachts, but seafarers also arrive here on a daily basis. It’s a good starting point to explore the region and its hidden gulfs and shores. For a memorable vacation, you too should try a yacht charter. Even though visitors come to St.Lucia almost all year, the rainforests of the island remained nearly untouched. Breathtaking scenery and sandy shores welcome tourists. Real natural wonders are waiting for you here. If you’d also go for a refreshing hike during your fantastic seaside holiday the picturesque St.Lucia is a great destination.

Weather in St.Lucia

The climate diagrams are based on 30 years of hourly weather model simulations. They give good indications of typical climate patterns and expected conditions (temperature, precipitation, sunshine, and wind). The “mean daily maximum” (solid red line) shows the maximum temperature of an average day for every month for St.Lucia. Likewise, the “mean daily minimum” (solid blue line) shows the average minimum temperature.

Wind rose in St.Lucia
Wind speed in St.Lucia

The wind rose for St.Lucia shows how many hours per year the wind blows from the indicated direction. The diagram for St.Lucia shows the days per month, during which the wind reaches a certain speed.

St.Lucia has a tropical climate, hot and humid all year round. On the coast, the climate is generally sunny and pleasant. Average temperatures on the island vary usually from 20º to 30º C. The dry season lasts from Januar to April, the daily average temperature is around 25 º C. From June to November the daily averages are around 29 °C. The humid and rainy season starts in May till November. The rains occur throughout the year especially in the form of downpours or thunderstorms. September is considered to be the rainiest month. Hurricanes may occur from June through November, most likely during September.

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Day 1. St Lucia – St. Vincent and Bequia, Mt. Wynne Beach 105,85 km (65,77 mi), Day 2. St. Vincent and Bequia, Mt. Wynne Beach – Bequia 24,25 km (15,07 mi), Day 3. Bequia – Mayreau 43,61 km (27,10 mi), Day 4. Mayreau – Tobago Cays 17,49 km (10,87 mi), Day 5. Tobago Cays – Mustique 25,97 km (16,14 mi), Day 6. Mustique – St. Vincent and Bequia, Black Point Tunnel 43,38 km (26,96 mi), Day 7. St. Vincent and Bequia, Black Point Tunnel – St. Vincent and Bequia, Grand Anse Beach – St Lucia 103,13 km (64,08 mi)

bareBoat rental St Lucia

Day 1. St Lucia – Martinique 35,60 km (22,12 mi), Day 2. Martinique – Honeymoon Beach 72,64 km (45,14 mi), Day 3. Honeymoon Beach – St. Vincent and Bequia, Black Point Tunnel 65,59 km (40,75 mi), Day 4. St. Vincent and Bequia, Black Point Tunnel – Mustique 38,57 km (23,97 mi), Day 5. Mustique – Bequia 14,99 km (9,31 mi), Day 6. Bequia – St. Vincent and Bequia, Mt. Wynne Beach 30,37 km (18,87 mi), Day 7. St. Vincent and Bequia, Mt. Wynne Beach – Reduit Beach – St Lucia 99,12 km (61,59 mi)

bareboat Yacht charter St Lucia

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