How to eat, sleep and party in St. Lucia


ST. LUCIA-From fabulous resorts to beer-soaked street parties, St. Lucia offers a wide range of experiences. With the locally grown movement stronger every year, you will eat well. And if you happen to like chocolate, well, you’ve come to the right place.BodyHolidayIf your mate’s idea of an all-inclusive tropical vacation is reading a book on the beach while you’re bored after 24 hours, check out BodyHoliday on St. Lucia’s northwest coast. Beach boot camp starts at 7 a.m. and fitness classes continue all day, ending with hatha yoga at 5 p.m. The elegant Wellness Centre offers every type of health adviser and spa treatment (one a day included), from facials to Ayurvedic massages, and the food is excellent. Cap MaisonSt. Lucia’s Cap Maison resort near Rodney Bay is so proud of its award-winning wines it has built a cosy basement cellar where guests gather for a sip and nibble. But first, watch Robinson George lop the top off a bottle of Champagne with a saber. The personable sommelier holds regular wine tastings and helps guests pick the perfect wine for dinner. Be sure to taste the trendiest wine around, orange, and learn about the weird, wonderful world of biodynamic winemaking. Article Continued BelowCastries MarketTourists in search of local flavour, perhaps a folding fan to beat the heat, a coconut husk sculpture for your living room or other kitschy souvenirs, should visit the open-air central market and vendor’s arcade in busy Castries, St. Lucia’s capital. It’s hot and gritty, but always fun to see what’s in season and discover “new” tropical fruits and vegetables. The locals are happy to explain how to prepare them.Jump-Up

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