Holidays to Corinth are a mix of time on the sands with shopping and clubbing in St Lucia’s full-of-life capital.
You’ll find the dinky town of Corinth plum in the middle of Castries and Rodney Bay on St Lucia’s northwest coast. It’s all about taking it easy here – pretty much everything is focussed on the shoreline. Plus, it’s a 15-minute drive in either direction to Rodney Bay or Castries.
Beach-wise, the attention-grabbing stretch in these parts is at nearby Choc Bay. It’s a back-to-basics place, with nothing interrupting the sands, bar a few paddleboards stacked up for hire and a volleyball net. Palm trees provide the shade, and it’s not uncommon to get the whole beach to yourself.
Corinth is in a handy spot for trips up and down the island. Wide-awake capital, Castries, is a good place to start. Here, you’ve got a square named after a Nobel Prize winner, Calippo-coloured houses and a good dose of duty-free shopping centres. Plus, don’t miss the open-air market, where you can pick up street food, spices and knick-knacks.
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