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Tourism is one of St Lucia’s most significant industries and attracts almost twice as many annual visitors as its population. St Lucia’s beaches and landscape are for the most part unspoiled, and the island has a number of other popular attractions such as Sulfur Springs, which is the world’s only “drive-in volcano”, plus the St Lucia Botanical Gardens and many island cruises.
St Lucia is made up of Rodney Bay in the north, which is the more modern counterpart of Soufrière, where visitors can find old plantations, secret beaches and the Pitons volcanic mountains thrusting out from the crystalline sea.
St Lucia is perfect for people with limited mobility who crave a soothing and tropical accessible holiday.