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Marigot Bay

Halfway down the island’s west coast, carved between two jungle-clad hills, is the exceptionally picturesque Marigot Bay, a much-loved mooring point for yachts of all shapes and sizes. Completely sheltered on three sides by gentle slopes, the waters of the bay are still and clear, like an ice-blue Norwegian fjord. There’s even a small but idyllic beach, shaded by glorious coconut palms and jutting out into the shallows. Luxury villas set on the hillside enjoy picture-perfect views as the sailboats glide in and out of the harbour. Down at the water’s edge, chic bars and restaurants look out over the bay, their lights reflected in the calm waters at night, creating a wonderful, relaxed atmosphere. One of the locations for the filming of the 1960s movie Dr Doolittle, the bay is a haven for an array of exotic birds and you can often see parrot fish and rays from your restaurant table. A regular ferry operates from one side of the bay to the other and you can take water taxi to visit other parts of the island.

  • 1 hrfrom Hewanorra Int.

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Food & Dining

Food and dining at Marigot Bay

With French and West Indian influences, the local St. Lucian cuisine offers fresh seafood such as lobster, salt fish, Callaloo soup and breadfruit. Popular regional beverages to enjoy include local rum and Caribbean beer such as the locally brewed Piton beer.

Restaurant Types

  • Family friendly
  • Local/Traditional
  • International

Caribbean, Seafood, Grill, Mediterranean, Indian and a café.

Nightlife

Nightlife at Marigot Bay

Featuring a lively nightlife, in the evenings is when Marigot Bay comes alive, with many yachts and boats sailing to and from the bay.

Shops & Facilities

General Services

  • Banks

Food Shopping

  • Baker
  • Mini market

Excursions and Places of Interest

Excursions and Places of interest at Marigot Bay © Saint Lucia Tourist Board

Natural areas of beauty

The Pitons are St Lucia's most iconic landmark. Standing side by side, the pitons are two volcanic spires rising out of the sea.

National parks

Pigeon Island is a national park and known to be St Lucia's key landmark. Remnants of bunkers and military forts can be found dating back to the time the island was used as a military base. The island is also popular for its museum on site and for picnics due to its scenic surroundings.

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