Romantic bays, lush tropical greenery and a gentle climate, in addition to exceptional accommodations, Creole zest for life and hearty people – Saint Lucia.offers a unique variety of holiday, discovery and adventure 365 days a year. The island is a wild natural beauty, which is also called the “beautiful Helena of the West” due to its scenic diversity and lush vegetation. With its 616 square kilometers, the Lesser Antilles island in the eastern Caribbean is smaller than Hamburg or Berlin – but which city in the world alone has two Nobel laureates to offer?
Quite simply – because on Saint Lucia you will find everything that makes your dream holiday so special.
Sunbathers enjoy tropical temperatures between 25 ° and 31 °. Beach fans have the choice between long sandy beaches and quiet bays. Nature lovers will be amazed by the very own, wondrous world of the rainforest, with wild orchids, hibiscus and redwoods. The bubbling, steaming sulfur springs of the only “drive-in” volcano in the Caribbean fascinate as well as a refreshing shower under the Diamond Waterfall or a bath in the healing waters of the mineral springs, which already appreciated Empress Joséphine I.
Those interested in culture can explore colonial plantations and fortresses, immerse themselves in the vibrant art scene of the present, or be carried away by the numerous small and large festivals. For active vacationers the island is on land and in the air, on and under water a true adventure paradise. And while families on the “Two Mountains Island” find plenty of variety and child-friendly entertainment, Saint Lucia is the perfect retreat for couples and honeymooners. If you want to marry in front of the wild and romantic island scenery, you can give your vows here without much bureaucracy.
Saint Lucia is an unspoiled natural paradise, which is mainly covered in mountainous hinterland with over 19,000 hectares of deep green rainforest. With its majestic twin peaks Petit and Gros Piton, the island has one of the most beautiful and eye-catching profiles of the Caribbean.
More than 700 meters high, the two volcanic cones protrude from the sea, shaped like sugar loafs, covered in velvety green and since 2004 UNESCO World Heritage Site. Just like them and the highest mountain of Mount Gimie at 950 meters, the entire island is made of a very special material: Millions of years ago, it experienced its big bang when lava was thrown up from the depths of the sea, cooled and landed.
E still seethes today s in the underground. The volcanic cones of the Pitons , natural mineral baths and the bubbling sulfur springs of the only drive-in crater in the Caribbean, the Sulfur Springs , refer to the volcanic island Vita.
On this fertile ground thrives a true garden of Eden, with wild orchids, frangipani and jasmine. Hummingbirds are buzzing around, parrots screeching high in the crowns of the redwood trees, while a few floors below, well hidden in the giant ferns, the frogs croak … No wonder that nature lovers are thrilled with Saint Lucia.