Villas in St Lucia
St Lucia is probably the most exotic and lush of all the Caribbean islands, and still unspoilt. The dramatic landscape varies from white sand beaches through banana and coconut groves to dense tropical forest and green mountains rising to 3,000 feet. Add humming birds, exotic flowers, tropical fruits and superb sea food and you are, perhaps, as near to paradise as can be found.
What to do in St Lucia
From Cap Estate in the north, you can travel down through the capital port of Castries to Marigot Bay, Hurricane Hole and on past banana plantations to the sulphur springs and fishing town of Soufriere. Then visit the Pitons, two volcanic peaks rising half a mile into the sky and see the world's only 'drive-in' volcano. It is all a veritable feast for the eye.
Water skiing, game fishing, riding, 18 hole championship golf and tennis are all available, but you may prefer to beachcomb for a few exotic shells and then relax under a palm tree and just enjoy being somewhere that is as totally different as St Lucia. Holiday rentals are of a very good standard and well looked after - all our luxury Caribbean holiday villas have private swimming pools and staff.
Villas in St Lucia
Palmer and Parker holiday villas in St Lucia are situated in the beautiful area of the Cap Estate in the north of the island. Each rental is within easy reach of three beaches. Also on Cap is the Racquet Club with 9 tennis courts, squash court, gym, pool and a casual snack bar.
Our handpicked range includes luxury villas sleeping up to 11 people. Each property boasts breathtaking mountainous or sea views which you can enjoy from your private pool or terrace. We have shown here only a sample of the St Lucia rentals we know. Please let us know your dates, size and price requirements for details of more properties.
When to go
The high season for villas in the Caribbean runs from mid-December through mid-April, and you should book well in advance: this is the dry season. Rainy seasonis from May to August and hurricane season is from early June until late November.