St. Lucia Travel Guide
Ms. Theresa’s Bakery, an authentic island enterprise for more than 60 years, is legendary for freshly baked Creole baguettes. The modest Soufrière riverfront building, off a tiny alley, is typically identified by a long line of waiting customers.
La Sikwi (which is Creole for sugar mill) is located within the gardens of a 400-acre banana cocoa plantation belonging to the Invergoil Estate, a short distance east of Anse La Raye. Built in 1860, when sugar was St.
Head here for cruises and sails around the island and to Martinique or St. Vincent and the Grenadines.
Lush former plantation laced with hiking trails. These are the same warm springs that refreshed Louis XVI’s troops when they were stationed in St. Lucia in 1784.
Every Friday evening, the population of Gros Islet village spills onto the streets for a rowdy dance party, complete with jerk chicken and plenty of rum. A similar fête, called the Friday-Night Fish Fry, happens down the coast in Anse La Raye.