The deep arc that is Rodney Bay is located on the northwest coast of St Lucia, a heavenly tableau of pristine white sand, clear blue waters and tastefully designed holiday resorts offering all the ingredients of the perfect Caribbean holiday. From the rocky knoll of Pigeon Island, once a site of military conflict between warring Europeans, right round to the far end of dreamy Reduit Beach, this lovely bay is understandably one of the most popular on the island. Beach bars and restaurants are plentiful and varied, from sophisticated and quiet to rustic and lively. The magnificent marina attracts some of the world’s most glamorous yachts and motor cruisers while the wide range of watersports on offer includes dinghy sailing, waterskiing and kayaking, not to mention great snorkelling, straight off the beach. Whether you intend to explore the island to the full by joining some of the many tours and cruises available from here, or simply to stay put and savour this beautiful corner, Rodney Bay is a perfect choice.
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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.
Caribbean, American, Indian, Chinese, Pizza, Steak house, Taiwanese, Cafes, Juice Bar, Continental.
Rodney Bay is known for its lively nightlife with a wide range of bars, restaurants and hotels featuring steel bands, jazz groups and live music. North of the marina, the area of Gros Islet hosts a popular street party every Friday named the 'Friday Night Jump-up', here you can experience the fantastic street party atmosphere and enjoy food and drink from one of the many stalls available. A casino can also be found at the Baywalk shopping mall south of the marina.
The Pitons are St Lucia's most iconic landmark. Standing side by side, the pitons are two volcanic spires rising out of the sea.
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.
Rodney Bay Marina, Fort Rodney & Military Ruins on Pigeon Island.
Wind surfing, Water-skiing, Sail boats, Scuba diving, Snorkelling
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