Where To SHOP

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The Rod­ney Bay Ma­rina is not only for yachties! It’s a great spot to eat, take a cof­fee break and shop tax free for re­sortwear & sou­venirs, de­signer sunglasses, lo­cal rums and fine wines. There’s a bank out­let and gro­cery store so it’s easy to com­bine business with plea­sure. The ma­rina also boasts St. Lu­cia’s only yacht su­per­store! Open Mon­day through Sun­days. For the lo­ca­tion, check out the Trop­i­cal Trav­eller Rod­ney Bay Vil­lage Map!


For con­ve­nient shop­ping in air con­di­tioned com­fort, visit JQ Mall in Rod­ney Bay. There’s a su­per­mar­ket, drug­store, hard­ware, bank, gift and craft shops, de­signer shoe and cloth­ing stores and a book­store all un­der one roof. Fast food and In­ter­net ser­vices are all avail­able as well. Open Mon­day through Sun­day. For the lo­ca­tion, check out the Trop­i­cal Trav­eller Rod­ney Bay Vil­lage Map!


With dozens of shops to choose from, Bay­walk Mall has in­ter­na­tional brands such as US Polo, MAC, Benet­ton and Hugo Boss. Lo­cals and vis­i­tors can find great re­sortwear, t-shirts, sou­venirs and jew­elry, even name brand jeans. Lo­cated at the en­trance to Rod­ney Bay Vil­lage, Bay­walk stands out with its Caribbean style ar­chi­tec­ture and vi­brant colours, beck­on­ing you to dine, lime and shop. For the lo­ca­tion, check out the Trop­i­cal Trav­eller Rod­ney Bay Vil­lage Map!


Do all your shop­ping in one place at Gable­woods Shop­ping Mall in Sunny Acres. A su­per­mar­ket, drug­store, food court, doc­tor’s of­fice and gym are all avail­able to make your shop­ping ex­pe­ri­ence en­joy­able. Open ev­ery day.


The best part of shop­ping in Castries is mix­ing with the lo­cals who make this is­land so unique! Out­side the mar­ket build­ing lo­cal pro­duce is laid out be ven­dors in a daz­zling ar­ray of colour. Come face-to-face with crafts­men and artists at the Craft Mar­ket where there’s a wealth of wo­ven bas­kets, leather san­dals and coal pots, along with lo­cal spices and herbal reme­dies, fresh pro­duce, and tasty treats. Castries Mar­ket has been listed by Na­tional Ge­o­graphic as one of the Top Ten Mar­kets in the world.


This is the place to get sou­venirs for all your friends back home! The Castries Ven­dors Ar­cade is a pot­pourri of St. Lu­cian arts and crafts mixed with im­ported sarongs, shirts and beach­wear. Beaded neck­laces, cro­cheted bathing suits, coal pots and other lo­cally made gifts are all on dis­play at rea­son­able prices. Open daily.


Pointe Seraphine, lo­cated at the Castries Har­bour, is St. Lu­cia’s largest duty-free shop­ping com­plex. With a va­ri­ety of stores of­fer­ing qual­ity jew­elry, brand-name cloth­ing and sou­venirs, Pointe Seraphine is the ideal place to find a lit­tle piece of St. Lu­cia that will last you a lifetime. Open: Mon­day to Fri­day and half-day on Satur­day


Lo­cated on the Castries north wharf, La Place Carenage of­fers a state-of-the-art shop­ping ex­pe­ri­ence. The two-storey build­ing blends is­land ar­chi­tec­ture with mod­ern de­sign, and the stores of­fer the lat­est in jew­elry, clothes and keep­sakes. Open: 9am to 4pm Mon­day to Fri­day, and 9am to 1pm on Satur­days.


Lo­cated in the heart of Castries on the Wil­liam Peter Boule­vard, this shop­ping plaza of­fers a va­ri­ety of bou­tiques and din­ing in a pleas­ant at­mos­phere. And when you need a shop­ping break, grab a cup of java at the lo­cal Rit­u­als. Open: Mon­day to Fri­day, and half-day on Satur­day.


This pic­turesque ma­rina mall has ev­ery­thing you need. From high-end bou­tiques and apart­ments, to a su­per­mar­ket, café and many other ser­vices, you’ll want to spend the en­tire day in mag­i­cal Marigot Bay. Open daily.


Vieux Fort Plaza, lo­cated in the is­land’s South, has all the ameni­ties a shop­per is look­ing for. With a su­per­mar­ket, toy store, In­ter­net café, book­store, hair­dresser and sev­eral cloth­ing stores, there’s some­thing for ev­ery­one. Pop in when you’re sight­see­ing the is­land’s breathtaking South­ern coast!

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