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Touring St. Lucia

Touring St. Lucia

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MAP OF ST. LUCIA


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WALKING TOUR OF ST. LUCIA

A 10-15 minute walk from Pointe Seraphine brings you into Castries proper, where you can view historical monuments, the busy harbor, and the city’s farmer’s market. We suggest you start your walking tour at the north end of Peynier Street where you’ll find the newly-built Central Market, a bustling farmer’s market in the mornings. In addition to the produce and spices you’d expect to find here (neither of which you can bring back into the U.S.), you’ll find baskets, T-shirts, carvings, straw hats, and plenty of silly souvenirs. Across the street is Vendor’s Arcade, which houses more craft stalls. Your next visit may be to Derek Walcott Square, located between Micoud and Brazil Streets. The square is named for the island’s poet laureate, who won the Nobel Prize in 1992. In the recently refurbished square you’ll see a statue in honor of the Nobel Laureate, a 400-year old Massav tree, and monuments to St. Lucian soldiers lost in the Second World War. Lining the square are historic buildings displaying both the French and English architecture of the island. The large Cathedral of the Immaculate Conception is located on one corner of the square—you can take a look inside the ornate interior unless a Mass is underway. There are plenty of other sites to see along the way, as well as the local flavor of the city. We suggest you pick up a good tourist map on your walk into town. If you feel intimidated about touring on your own, Solar Tours offers the Castries Heritage Walk—get more information at http://www.solartoursandtravel.com or call 758-452-5898.

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Top Photo Slice: Beautiful Marigot Bay in St. Lucia (℗ 53336) Photo contributed by © Jennifer Marx



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