With acres of lush landscape and a sunken ship to explore off your private beach, this villa is for the adventurous group who are looking for the authentic Caribbean lifestyle.2 & 3 BR rates available.
A former embassy, this sprawling property is set up for big groups. The villa has a full staff and a fantastically creative manager. Its also walkable to a beach which is hard to find in St Lucia.5, 6, 7 & 8 BR rates available.
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Looking to rent a villa in St. Lucia?
St. Lucia offers a wide range of private villa rentals for visitors. Everything from affordable one-bedroom cottages to sprawling multi-room homes are available, and these are perfect for couples, families, or groups wanting privacy and an at-home feeling during their vacation. Akasha Villa, Cadasse, and La Fleur des Pitons Villa all have amazing water views. Most of the villas are staffed with a cook/maid. See below for a full listing of St. Lucia villas, complete with detailed information about each rental property.
What's special about St. Lucia?
Located on the eastern edge of the warm Caribbean Sea, St. Lucia offers one of the most diverse landscapes in the area. You can find mountains, beaches, volcanoes, rainforests, and more, and that's just the natural scenery you can take in. There's also bustling towns, markets, Jeep tours, and lots of places to take part in water activities like scuba diving or sailing. Truly, St. Lucia has it all, whether you want a relaxing beach holiday or an action-packed Caribbean adventure.
One of the features that St. Lucia is best known for are the Pitons, the huge mountains rising out of the sea. These offer excellent hiking, dramatic views, and a great way to get a closer look at some of the island's unique natural inhabitants. There are also numerous trails throughout St. Lucia that traverse the rainforests and beaches. You can also explore the island by taking a Jeep safari tour, where you'll do things like drive down the coast, swim at a secluded beach, and visit small fishing villages.
If your idea of a tropical vacation involves more lounging and sightseeing than hardcore exploring, there are also plenty of options for you as well. You could spend a day relaxing at the beach, and St. Lucia has both black and white sand beaches. You could also hit one of the local towns and enjoy the sights, sounds, and smells of real West Indian life. Castries, the capital, is famous for its large market, where you can shop, eat, and interact with local residents. Sailing, yachting, or going on a boat tour is also a great way to kick back, relax, and take in the sights.
For visitors, you have tons of options when it comes to accommodations on St. Lucia - everything from villas to a hotel or resort. Villas are ideal for people wanting privacy during their Caribbean vacation, while a hotel or resort might work better for people wanting lots of extra amenities. There are numerous villas scattered throughout the island and ranging in size to house any number of visitors. Many have private pools or beach access, but all come with fantastic views of the island. If you opt for a hotel or resort, you'll have easy access to swimming in a pool or at the beaches, and you'll be centrally located to lots of island activities. You'll also have hotel staff and concierge service to help you during your stay.
Whatever your ideal vacation is, St. Lucia has something for you.