Pigeon Island Park


A fantastic attraction not to be missed, when you visit St. Lucia, Pigeon Island Park is absolutely beautiful as it sits on the northern tip of the island. This wonderful place is where you and your family or spouse can enjoy loads of fun-filled activities within St. Lucia. Spend a day exploring Pigeon Island Park as it captivates you with its alluring and natural beauty.

The park is situated on the outskirts of Gros Islet town and is a place of historical value for St. Lucia as this was where many colonial battles took place between the British and the French over the island. Also this was the hideout spot where the legendary buccaneer called Francios Le Clerc took charge of ships passing by. However, Pigeon Island Park now stands as an extraordinary place on the island where you can attend exciting events, such as the thrilling St. Lucia Jazz Festival.

Pigeon Island © by madmack66

Take a day tour of the park to admire the ruins of the remarkable Fort Rodney. Explore this fort as you climb to the top for a breathtaking outlook of the island. From this point, on a clear and sunny day you will be able to see parts of Martinique which lies to its south. Follow the trails alongside the fort for more wonderful views to see the Signal Hill. Visit the museum for an informative experience about the park’s ecological and historical worth.

Pigeon Point Beach © by Antoine Hubert

After your history lessons, you can walk along the park two lovely beaches and take a refreshing dip in its waters. The tranquil waters of Pigeon Island Park offers you a relaxing way to enjoy the views of its surroundings while you swim or snorkel before starting your exploits again. Once you have cool off at the beach, visit the Jambe De Bois restaurant in the park for some delicious St. Lucian cuisines. Situated along the park’s edge, this restaurant serves a tasty array of salads and fruits to enjoy.

Pigeon Island Park is a fabulous attraction to visit in St. Lucia, as you bring along your camera to capture this spectacular island scene.