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Reviewed 4 July 2009

First, you gotta know that all beaches in St. Lucia are _public_ beaches. However, there may be limited access because lots of resorts front on these beaches. Such is the case with Reduit Beach, on the west (Caribbean Sea) side of Rodney Bay. This strip of golden sand (with a few sea grape and palm trees for shade) offers mild surf, and all the water sports, seaside dining, and local color, you might want. As it is public, you can walk the whole length of the beach (a mile?), past some of those big resorts like Rex/St.Lucian. You've got to eat (and, maybe, drink), right? I will highly recommend the beachside restaurant at the Bay Gardens Beach Resort hotel for breakfast, lunch or dinner (all of which I enjoyed, although I stayed at Harmony Suites - off the beach, on the bay side). (See my video "St. Lucia - Beaches" under my user name - jimbojet.)

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Reviewed 5 December 2007

Great beach.

Lots of water sports to do there prices are negotiable. We went tubbing for $8 per person(they wanted $10).

About 15-20 minutes from the Castries (cruise ship port) cost $25 each way for group of 4 people.

Beach chairs and unbrellas are available for about $15 (2 people).

Full service bar with bathrooms was close.

Very calm surf, very clear water.

Would have preferred to visit the Pitons, but it was expensive ($140 one way for 4 people) and took 1H 30M to get there from Castries.

Downside was way too many vendors!

Had a great time there.

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Reviewed 16 January 2020
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Date of experience: January 2020
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Reviewed 13 December 2019 via mobile
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Date of experience: December 2019
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Reviewed 9 December 2019 via mobile
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