Anse Chastanet Beach and Reef, St. Lucia
Categories: Reefs, Beaches, Nature & Parks, Outdoor Activities
A slice of paradise awaits at Anse Chastanet Beach and Reef, a curving bay with golden sand lined with coconut palms against turquoise waters. Situated within a reserve, the coral here teems with tropical marine life, tempting many visitors to grab their scuba gear and explore. Two volcanic plugs named "The Pitons" frame the cove as part of the impressive World Heritage Sites, and the plugs provide the namesake for Saint Lucia's local brand of beer. Bask on the sun-flecked shores between these two giant formations as you order cocktails from the nearby resort. Make Anse Chastanet Beach and Reef part of your personalized Soufriere itinerary using our Soufriere trip itinerary planner.
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MUST VISIT. Just a breathtaking reef, easily accessible for beginners. The road to reach is a bit hairy. Lots of hills with moderate to extreme grades to deal with. Recommend a mid-size SUV or at leas... read more »
We got a tour with Captain Bob taxi service off the ship. We went to this beach first which was a disaster. You swim with the boats and the fumes from them. The restaurant was extremely expensive but ... read more »
We visited from another part of the island only for the day. This place is absolutely beautiful and if I couldn't afford to stay here I would never leave. The snorkeling and swimming here is beautiful... read more »
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