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Things to do in Saint Lucia

Saint lucia might be relatively small in terms of land area but it punches above its weight in terms of things to do. From lounging on some of the best beaches anywhere to getting adrenaline thrills on the open water.

These are places we have actually visited, or activities we have partaken in, and are listed in no particular order and we recieve no reward for their inclusion. I got married at the Stonefield estate in 2006.

The Climate and Weather in St Lucia

sun shine on jalouise beach

The weather in Saint Lucia is very agreeable most of the time, being warm with sea breezes and around 8 to 11 hours full sun every day.

Being near the equator means the day lengths vary very little over the course of the year.

This is a lovely sunny morning on jalousie beach right between the pitons.

The Language of St Lucia

St. Lucia is a tropical Island found at latitude 13° 54' north and 60° 50' west. It is a Windward Island and can be found in the center of the archipelago of the Eastern Caribbean. Its capital is Castries with a population of over 70,000 on the northwest side of the island. All the signs are in English or have a transalation. All of the road signs are standard symbols and written in English.

the 11 Quarters of Saint Lucia

St. Lucia is an island in the Eastern section of the Caribbean Sea and bordering on the North Atlantic Ocean on one side. It is one of the Windward Islands in the Lesser Antilles and is divided into 11 quarters which are also called parishes by the locals and other island neighbors. The island has an approximate land area of 617 Km2. The quarters are Anse la Raye, Castries, Choiseul, Dauphin, Dennery, Gros Islet, Laborie, Micoud, Praslin, Soufrière and Vieux Fort. Information included here about each of these quarters is from a 2001 survey.


St Lucia day celebrations

St. Lucia Day is a very important celebration in the small island of St. Lucia. It is also celebrated outside of St. Lucia in a number of other countries. It is a Roman Catholic Holiday in which there is a religious ceremony followed by a feast. Different countries celebrate the holiday differently but this article is based on the celebrations held in the island of St. Lucia.
The History of the Holiday

The Population an Demography of St Lucia

The island of St. Lucia which is in the Windward Islands in the eastern Caribbean has a population comprising of different nationalities. The Africans are the predominant group and represent 81% of the population. Another group representing 11.9% is a mix of other races. The descendants of the British, Irish and French colonists make up 2.4% and there are other unnamed ethnic groups accounting for 3.1% and a 1.6% representing the descendants of the Amerindians and Arawak-Caribs.


Famous Saint Lucians

St. Lucia is a small Island found in the Lesser Antilles of the Caribbean. It is a windward Island that is bordered by the Northern Atlantic Ocean on one side but is in the Caribbean Sea too. The island has a population of over 174,000 people who are mainly from African descent. There are people from other ethnic backgrounds as well but in a smaller percentage, such as Carib, British, East Indian, European and a number of mixed nationalities as well.


The people of St lucia

pedestrians in castries

The people of St. Lucia are a mixture of different nationalities. About 85% of them are of pure African origin while the other 15% is made up of British, mixed African, French and East Indian. Among this smaller percentage group are descendants of the Caribs; the original descendants from European and East Indian ancestry. The entire population of St. Lucia is about 170,000 withat least a third of its population living in the city of Castries-Gros Islet and its environs.



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