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Don’t miss ‘Seafood Fridays’ at Anse La Raye. This family friendly night out is the St Lucian version of the Caribbean fish fry, and the focus is well and truly on great food and a lively atmosphere. Grab a place at one of the communal tables and watch as the locals cook lobster, conch, shrimp, crab cakes and fish stew at kiosks lining the street. After the food, the party gets going with music and plenty of rum. Another one to try is the ‘Jump Up’ street party at Gros Islet, also on a Friday.

A great place to visit on your Saint Lucia holiday is the colourful Castries Market, open Monday to Saturday, where you’ll see local produce being sold by characterful stallholders. It’s a great place to pick up gifts for those at home, including the island’s aromatic spices, fiery hot sauces or natural medicinal remedies. For those in search of local handicrafts, look out for the beautiful wooden sculptures carved from the island’s rainforest, and silk screen or batik prints for which the island is famous.

The sulphur springs, dubbed ‘The World’s only drive in volcano’ is another must-see. This natural wonder is in fact an open volcano or caldera, and from inside you’ll see its hot pools bubbling sulphurous steam into the atmosphere. As well as giving a glimpse of the island’s volcanic beginnings, these mineral waters are said to have natural rejuvenating and healing properties. From here, it’s also easy to get to Saint Lucia’s stunning Diamond Botanical Gardens, with their splendid displays of exotic foliage and fauna. Said to be the holiday destination of choice for Empress Josephine Bonaparte, the centrepiece is the tranquil waterfall.

For escapism, romance and a pure luxury holiday, you can’t beat Soufriere. The stunning beachfront location overlooks Saint Lucia’s most famous natural landmark, the Piton Mountains, and is encircled by lush rainforest. Rodney Bay, in the north west of the island is another excellent base, with its nightlife, restaurants and 5 star holiday facilities. The lively marina was originally a bay treasured by pirates in the early 1700’s, and is now home to a great selection of eateries offering all types of local and international cuisine, perfect for couples and families alike.

Best time to go...

Saint Lucia offers year round sunshine, with average temperatures between 20 and 26°c. The trade winds ensure that there's always a pleasant breeze. November to April is the island’s high season, and these months are generally drier with lower humidity. Outside of the peak season the island is quieter and the weather slightly less predictable. A great time to visit outside of high season is in May, when the weather is still pleasant and you could coincide your visit with the island’s jazz festival.

Fast facts

Time difference: 4 hours behind GMT.

Currency: Eastern Caribbean Dollar.

Language: English.

Flight time from London: Approximately 9 hours.

Arrival Airport: Hewanorra International Airport.

Entry details for British passport holders: A visa is not required for visits up to 42 days. Passports need at least six months validity from your date of entry. Before you depart, check the latest travel advice at

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