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St. Lucia Services Directory
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St. Lucia Mini Directory
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About St. Lucia
 

Population: Estimated at 174,000

Size of island: 27 miles long and 14 miles wide

Language: English, a French based dialect is widely spoken

Currency: East Caribbean Dollar

Government: Independent Commonwealth Nation

Overview: Known as the "Helen of the West" St Lucia is one of the Windward Islands and is located in the middle of the Eastern Caribbean chain of islands approximately 21 miles south of Martinique and 90 miles northwest of Barbados.

The topography is a combination of high mountains, forests, low lying lands and beaches. A central mountain range runs the length of the island, with peaks ranging between 1000 and 3145 feet. Forests dominate the mountains, while jasmine, scarlet chenille and wild orchids provide splashes of colour to the lush green slopes. The two towering volcanic cones on the southwest coast, Gros Piton (797m) and Petit Piton (750m) are two of the Caribbean's most famous landmarks.

The volcanic origin of the island provides visitors with an opportunity to visit a "drive in volcano" and take a dip in the reputedly therapeutic sulphur springs.
Castries is the capital city of St. Lucia and is home to about one third of the population. Major towns include Gros Islet, Soufriere and Vieux Fort.

 
Main Industry: Tourism, financial services