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Terrain A vendre Dauphin, Gros Islet

Dauphin, Gros Islet
$ 1,000,000 USD

Maison A louer Cap Estate, Gros Islet

Cap Estate, Gros Islet
$ 925 USD

Maison A louer Vigie, Castries

Vigie, Castries
$ 1,500 USD

Maison A louer Reduit, Gros Islet

Reduit, Gros Islet
$ 1,200 USD

Terrain A vendre Cap Estate, Gros Islet

Cap Estate, Gros Islet
$ 188,000 USD

Maison A louer Vigie, Castries

Vigie, Castries
$ 1,500 USD

Maison A vendre 5 Bedrooms 3.0 Bathrooms Corinth, Gros Islet

Corinth, Gros Islet
$ 203,700 USD

Terrain A vendre Beausejour, Gros Islet

Beausejour, Gros Islet
$ 62,900 USD

Maison A vendre 2 Bedrooms 1.0 Bathrooms Grande Riviere, Gros Islet

Grande Riviere, Gros Islet
$ 102,000 USD

Maison A louer 3 Bedrooms 2.5 Bathrooms ,


$ 3,000 USD

Maison A vendre 3 Bedrooms 2.0 Bathrooms Balata, Castries

Balata, Castries
$ 240,000 USD

Maison A vendre 5 Bedrooms 5.5 Bathrooms Gros Islet, Rodney Heights

Gros Islet, Rodney Heights
$ 1,800,000 USD

Maison A vendre 3 Bedrooms 2.0 Bathrooms Cap Estate, Gros Islet

Cap Estate, Gros Islet
$ 795,000 USD

Maison A louer 2 Bedrooms 2.0 Bathrooms Cap Estate, Gros Islet

Cap Estate, Gros Islet
$ 740 USD

Maison A vendre 4 Bedrooms Cap Estate, Gros Islet

Cap Estate, Gros Islet
$ 600,000 USD

St. Lucia

St. Lucia possesses a topography and ecology of stunning beauty, matched by no other location in the Caribbean. The island's pride in its natural resources is evident in the country's ongoing protection and conservation efforts. In the mountainous interior lies the enormous National Rain Forest, and the island's protected coastal sights include the breathtaking, unforgettable spires of Les Pitons.

The Pitons: Located near Soufriere, these primeval twin peaks, topping 2,000 feet, are St. Lucia's most famous landmark. Only the most daring climbers have ventured an ascent to their summits, but they can be seen in all their glory from Mt. Gimie or from the decks of a boat offshore.



National Rain Forest: Of particular appeal to bird watchers, hikers and nature lovers, it covers 19,000 acres of lush mountains and valleys. It is home to giant ferns, birds of paradise and many other indigenous tree species, exotic flowers and fruits, and its paths are strewn with tiny bromeliads, wild orchids and mushrooms. Among the rare and beautiful birds adding colour to the scene are the brightly-hued St. Lucia Parrot, known locally as the "Jacquot," the White Breasted Thrasher, the St. Lucia Peewee, and the St. Lucia Oriole.

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