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- From the outside it is not impressive. Inside is a completely different story. Beautiful and well maintained. Definitely worth seeing.Written 2 August 2022This review is the subjective opinion of a Tripadvisor member and not of Tripadvisor LLC. Tripadvisor performs checks on reviews.
- Hired driver for the day - this was one of the stop points , lovely place .Good bars / restaurants scattered along the wayWritten 8 August 2022This review is the subjective opinion of a Tripadvisor member and not of Tripadvisor LLC. Tripadvisor performs checks on reviews.
- Being in nearby Rodney Bay we felt we had to go and see what the street party was about.
To be honest I felt a little apprehensive about the area and the fact that we were going somewhere with so many people about, however I need not worry. We went fairly early around 7.30 and asked our taxi to come back for us at 10 as we are not late birds.
The party was only just getting started when we arrived and only seemed to start get going around 8.30ish. This gave us a perfect opportunity to get our food ahead of the crowds. My husband couldn’t resist the half lobster at EC100 seemed very reasonable. I being the fussy eater opted for chicken and noodles. Whilst my husband was in heaven with his lobster I not being a lover of garlic didn’t really enjoy mine as everything was laced heavily with garlic.
There are loads of people selling drinks from little stalls however we opted to go into a bar to get ours which were really reasonable EC20 for a local rum and coke and JD and coke.
Music I was expecting to hear lots of Reggae music however it was more UK dance music which really got the crowd going.
Tips wear cool clothes, don’t overdress and flat shoes as the streets are very uneven.Written 6 November 2022This review is the subjective opinion of a Tripadvisor member and not of Tripadvisor LLC. Tripadvisor performs checks on reviews.
- We visited here on the way back from our Catamaran tour, would definitely made a separate visit had we stopped off earlier in our holiday - very pretty.Written 27 July 2022
- Nice local community church with beautiful fresh flowers and some colorful windows in the middle of Gros Islet.Written 8 February 2020
- I have been to the Eudovic Studio several times and am still in awe of the magnificent work done by Vincent his son, and artisans. This takes memories of St. Lucia to a whole new level with such an artifact……. Not a trinket, magnet, photograph, print or gem, but a genuine piece of local art. The abstract carvings are incredible and I have several.
The Caribbean Islands all have forts, rum, ports, shops, restaurants, and collectibles, but there is only one EUDOVIC!Written 12 September 2022
- Nice place to pick up some souvenirs, quality was good and prices cheaper than shops. Vendors aren't too pushy, you can bargain a bit especially if purchasing a few items. Enjoyed the time spent here.Written 22 September 2022
- This beach was much nicer than Ames chastenet. We walked to the far side away from all the resort guests and had the entire beach to our selves. The water was clear and there were some fish around for snorkelling. There’s a cool rock structure that separates you from all the resort people. It was very relaxing and quite.Written 4 December 2022
- Beautiful and safe but the bars were cash only which stunk. Prices seemed good and the people were all very nice. Popular cruise portWritten 18 November 2022
- The Malabar Beach restaurant is part of the Rendezvous hotel.
We had two meals here both of which were very good.Written 6 March 2020
- Hired a private taxi tour around the island. Stopped off at this fort/monument and was met by a "guide". Was not expecting that and felt like we were set up but the man was so informative that it was more than worth the $5 tip we gave him. He taught us about the history of the island and the alternating British/French rule. He also gave us much information about the flora with a hands on demonstration.Written 11 December 2019
- Situated quite close to the cruise dock port, the square is a charming oasis of calm in an area of Castries surrounded by bustling colourful local people going about each person's daily routine. Lots of interesting buildings surround the square. The square is named after Saint Lucia’s second Nobel Laureate, Sir Derek Walcott, who won the Nobel Prize for Literature in 1992, and was a pleasure to visit again.Written 8 April 2022
- We had a few hours to kill before flying back. Pretty beach though not great for swimming. A couple of restaurants serving Caribbean food. Just go and see Marcus (the sun lounger man) and he will look after youWritten 1 July 2022
- Not an expert on snorkeling in St Lucia but I think this is one of the best areas on the island to snorkel. If you are not a guest of Anse Chastanet or Jade Mountain, you can still snorkel here as the snorkel area is a marine sanctuary.
Most people staying at other resorts in the area get here by going on a snorkel tour. The snorkel area is just around the next bend of the Soufriere Bay. The boats can easily pull up to the snorkel area and let people off. The best area is roped off and away from the volcanic beach.
Tons of reef fish in a large roped off area. A nice touch is there is a ladder going into the roped off area, which makes it easier to get in or out.Written 10 November 2022
- We just had a walk around the area ourselves without guides, the buildings are just gorgeous in my opinion. Would recommend a visit.Written 29 December 2019