St Lucia’s award winning Reduit beach, is only minutes away within walking distance from Coco Palm, and offers guests the best beach on the island. Enjoy watersports ideal for the calm waters Reduit beach offers you, where beachside operators at Rodney Bay offer waterskiing, banana-boat rides or sailing on sunfish boats or hobie cats. Windsurfing and kitesurfing are available as well as beach lounging and Spinnakers Bar & Restaurant, with views of Fort Rodney and Pigeon Point in the distance.
Pigeon Island National Park
With hiking trails, sweeping lawns and fabulous views of Rodney Bay, this is a great place for walk or a picnic. The distinctively twin-peaked landmass that forms the northern end of Rodney Bay, Pigeon Island is not now an island at all, having been joined to the mainland in the early 1970s. Today, the 40-acre park is owned and maintained by St Lucia’s National Trust, and its lawns and footpaths are popular with locals and tourists alike; it also serves as one of the main venues for the annual Jazz Festival.
Dining out and having fun!
Rodney Bay Village is on your doorstep, with a wide selection of watering holes and more than 45 restaurants and 120 duty free shops to choose from. Coffee shops & local watering holes offer a wide variety. Restaurants within walking distance including Chinese, Creole, Eurobean, Italian, Indian, Seafood, Tapas and Thai. Unwind at bars like the Happy Day Bar, Delirius and Spinnakers on the beach – to name a few. Fast foods include Burger King, Dominos, and Subway. In addition, the nearby Bay Walk Mall offers a wide selection of food outlets catering to every pocket and taste, not to mention the only Casino in St Lucia.
Gros Islet and the Fish-Fry Night ‘Jump-Up’
Every Friday night, Gros Islet streets are closed to traffic and vendors set up stalls selling crafts and an array of delicious barbecued food, from lambie (conch), lobster and chicken to steamed fish. Soca and reggae blare from huge speaker-boxes, the drinks flow – sold from mobile bars and street-side establishments – and, by 22.00 or so, everyone’s dancing on the tarmac in a cross-section of streets towards the beach. It’s all pretty good-natured, though single women can expect plenty of attention from would-be dancing partners. Parking can be difficult, and using taxis is the best option.
St Lucia’s public course, the St Lucia Country Club Golf Course, is located in a superb setting at the northern tip of the island, its fairways overlooking the Caribbean Sea. It has 18 holes and a clubhouse with restaurant and bar. Its facilities also include a driving range and practice putting green.
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A wide range of large modern supermarkets, banks, post office, international & local cuisine, deli, designer clothing, gift items, toys, t-shirts, beach wear, books, jewellery, travel agency, business center, beauty salon, pharmacy and so much more, are offered around the Rodney Bay area. Duty free shopping is available.
Rodney Bay IGY Marina
Located in the north of the island of St. Lucia, Rodney Bay Marina is situated in a well-protected inner lagoon that helps make it safe and secure while adding to its captivating allure. With its full-service facilities, Rodney Bay Marina is one of the best anchorages in the Caribbean. Considered one of the Caribbean’s leading centers for yachting and sport fishing, Rodney Bay Marina offers yachters 232 slips and a 4.5 acre boatyard, as well as excellent accommodations for mega yachts up to 200 ft. with drafts of up to 14 ft. – all in a well-protected hurricane-safe haven. The Marina also features a 50-ton travelift and room for 150 yachts on a long-term storage.
Through the years, the Rodney Bay Marina has become the center of yachting tourism on the island of St. Lucia, complementing the luxury hotels and condominiums which support its northern tourism belt. It is also the perfect finishing line for the famous Atlantic Rally for Cruisers (ARC), a grueling 2,700 nautical mile voyage undertaken by more than 230 yachtsmen each year. ARC begins in Spain’s Canary Islands and for nearly 20 years it has ended at the Rodney Bay Marina.
Rodney Bay Marina is an official port of entry with immigration and customs’ offices. It is a full service facility with 232 berths – each with individual meters for electricity and water. There are first-class restroom facilities, a swimming pool and recreational area, as well as restaurants, banks, a supermarket, car rental agencies, taxis and boutiques. The dry dock facility accommodates up to 120 boats with on-site workshops for wood, fiberglass, aluminum, stainless steel and bronze. Duty free fuel is available for outgoing boats and there is a well-equipped duty free chandlery on site. A short tender ride from an ensemble of great beaches, nearby restaurants and enticing shopping malls and most tourist spots on the island, the Marina is designed to provide for all the needs of travel-weary yachtsmen and far, far more!