South of Martinique in the Lesser Antilles, is the small island of St. Lucia, an independent state. The volcanic charm of Saint Lucia will captivate you from the first moment the dream vision of the twins of rock, the giant Pitons. An enchanting landscape that will leave you breathless with their steep conical shape is covered by rainforest that runs into the Caribbean Sea Bright.
Saint Lucia's main attractions are undoubtedly the breathtaking beaches, and the interior is rich in many volcanic mountains and waterfalls that fails to thrill the most experienced traveler. The luxuriant landscape of these two anchorages dominated by the vertiginous heights of the Pitons is undoubtedly the most spectacular of the Lesser Antilles.
In Anse des Pitons the coconut palms which grew up a gentle slope behind a beach of black sand. Marigot Harbour is a well protected bay at the foot of hills covered in vegetation and bordered by coconut palms and mangrove. It is one of the more famous anchorages and is often very full. Rodney Bay has two distinct sections, the bay itself and the lagoon. It was a U.S flying boat base ine the second world war and is now a museum.