Shopping in Saint Lucia
The Marina Village
Next door to the Marigot Bay hotel is The Marina Village. This picturesque little Caribbean style shopping centre has a full range of facilities including banking, up-market boutiques and duty free outlets, an art gallery, a bakery and ice cream parlour and a café bar with views over the harbour entrance.
Castries Market - experience the liveliness of Saint Lucia on Saturdays at the Castries market. Over 100 years old, this harbour-front shopping complex has a variety of shops full of St Lucian souvenirs. Find perfumes, crystal, china, jewellery, spices and hot sauces.
Pointe Seraphine - This modern shopping complex has many restaurants, duty-free shops and local artworks.
The J.Q. Shopping Mall in Rodney Bay has 54 shops and souvenirs ranging from jam to jewellery.
Duty-free shopping is available at the following shopping centres in Saint Lucia:
- La Place Carenage, Castries
- Pointe Seraphine, Castries
- J.Q's Shopping Mall, Rodney Bay
- Hawanorra Airport Duty-Free
Lewellyn Xavier is St. Lucia's pre-eminent visual artist. His original watercolours, antique English prints and silver jewellery make ideal lasting souvenirs. Xavier has exhibited his artwork at some of the finest art institutions internationally and he has several permanent collections at many leading museums and galleries.
Vincent Joseph Eudovic is one of the Caribbean's most revered sculptors and his magnificent abstract art is internationally renowned. Eudovic's intricate sculptures are on display at the Marigot Bay's hotel Boudreau Restaurant.
Skilled local artisans create exquisite silk-screen designs only available in Saint Lucia at Bagshaws Studio. In addition, Bagshaws offers high quality home decor and apparel. You can view silk screening demonstrations at the Bagshaws shop at la Toc. There are three other locations - one at Point Seraphine, one at La Place Carenage and one at Hewannora International Airport.
At Artsibits Gallery in Castries shoppers can find distinctive paintings and wood carvings by local Saint Lucian craftspeople.