Apart from the resort facilities on holidays to St Lucia, there is a huge range of attractions for all ages. Sightseeing at the somewhat strange Sulphur Springs consists of watching the hot mud bubbling up from the earth - kids love it. La Toc Beach, Labrellotte Bay, Anse Mamin and Smugglers Cove make for a great day out swimming and sunbathing. Nightlife centres on Rodney Bay Village where there are clubs and bars. Sample the local Piton beer and try your hand at karaoke!
In St Lucia, the local cuisine combines the sophistication of French cooking with zingy West Indian flavours. Hotels have a range of dining options for guests to choose from, allowing you to sample a different selection of dishes each night. The St. James's Club Morgan Bay on St Lucia has six restaurants specialising in international, Creole, Caribbean and French gourmet delights. There are also ultra-chic lounges serving cocktails into the early hours.
Boat tours of the island are popular with guests on luxury St Lucia holidays, as are sailing excursions and trips to the Piton volcanic rocks. Inland, the Diamond Botanical Gardens have numerous examples of the exotic flora and fauna that flourish on St Lucia, plus a sparkling waterfall and plenty of helpful signs to guide and inform visitors. At Soufriere, the sulphurous springs produce warming mud baths; a decadent and soothing experience in an exquisite setting.