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St. Lucia Properties For Sale and Rent

St. Lucia is part of the Lesser Antilles and measures 238 sq. miles in size. The capital Castries is located in the Northwestern part of the country. The island was originally inhabited by Caribs, but in 1660 a treaty formed with the French, St. Lucia's first European colonizers. The French named the island after St. Lucy of Syracuse, the patron Saint of the blind. Over the years, the small island nation changed ownership several times; then in 1814 the British established St. Lucia as one of their Caribbean colonies. The island gained independence in 1979, which is celebrated annually in February. St. Lucians' currency is the Eastern Caribbean dollar which is fixed to the US dollar.

St. Lucia's undeniable beauty attracts many home owners looking for a second home in the sun. The island's real estate market offers a multitude of stunning properties from luxury villas to beachfront condos and historic plantation estates. Breathtaking Belle Helene and Arc En Ciel nestled at the foot of the Pitons are two excellent examples of St. Lucia's hidden property gems.

St. Lucia is a sought-after holiday destination with diverse scenery ranging from sandy beaches and pristine waters to picturesque waterfalls and tropical forest to the majestic Twin-peaks, The Pitons. Pigeon Island National Park, another must-see attraction in St. Lucia, is home to old British military base Fort Rodney. Castries, Soufriere, Marigot Bay and Gros Islet are the most popular places to visit. St. Lucia offers many resorts, villa residences and condominiums to suit any travel style: Tamarind Villa, Villa Ashiana, Cotton Bay, Grand View Villas and The Harbour.

Contact our agents to review our property portfolio for real estate sales and holiday rentals in St. Lucia. Tel: +1 (246) 422-3333 | Email: info@island-villas.com