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Anse Chastanet is one of the most famous beaches on the island. Located at the foot of the mountains this palm-studded beach is a great beach for a picnic.
This is the best beach-entry dive site.
Visitors will be captivated by its natural beauty. Temperature is never an issue here, making it a year-round destination for beach lovers.
Sports lovers will enjoy excellent snorkeling, scuba diving and swimming.
Things To Do:
Places to eat & Things To Do
Most of the leading hotels on this island are pretty pricey; one has to really search for the bargains. Prices are usually quoted in U.S. dollars. An 8% hotel tax and a 10% service charge are added to the bill.
Dining at Camilla's, in the Soufrière Area
Dasheene Restaurant & Bar, in the Soufrière Area
The Still, American Regional, in the Soufrière Area