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Saint Lucia rental properties are primarily found in the major metropolitan areas of Saint Lucia. Common rental types found in Saint Lucia are apartments, studios, lofts, one bedrooms, two bedrooms, condos, houses for rent, mobile homes, hotel rooms, vacation rental, furnished rentals short term rentals. Cities in Saint Lucia where housing rentals are found are Anguilla, Antigua Barbuda, Aruba, Bahamas, Barbados, Bermuda, Bonaire, British Virgin Islands, Cayman Islands,Cuba, Curacao, Dominica, Dominican Republic, Grenada, Guadeloupe, Haiti, Jamaica, La Desirade, Les Saintes, Martinique, Montserrat, Saint Lucia, Puerto Rico, Saba, Saint Barts, Saint Kitts, Saint Lucia, Saint Martin, Saint Vincent Grenadines, Sint Eustatius, Trinidad Tobago, US Virgin Islands, Venezuelan Archipelago. Vacation rentals, short term rentals and furnished housing are more common in the metropolitan areas of Saint Lucia.

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      Saint Lucia Information
An island situated in the eastern Caribbean Sea is Saint Lucia. The total land area of the region is about 620 km2 or 238 sq mi. Castries is the capital of the island. It is a branch of Lesser Antilles. Arthur Lewis and Derek Walcott the two Nobel laureates are in Saint Lucia. The French the initial settlers of Europe named this island based on the name of Saint Lucy of Syracuse. In the year 1660 an agreement was done with the local Carib people. From 1663 to 1667 England ruled the island of Saint Lucia. In the following years the island had nearly 14 wars each 7 times with French and with British. The continuous swapping of powers between French and British called the island as "Helen of the West Indies". In 1814 the island was ruled by the British. Saint Lucia turned into an autonomous state of the Commonwealth of Nations on February 22, 1979.

      Saint Lucia Recreation, Culture and Attractions
The culture of Saint Lucia Island is mainly inclined by African, East Indian, French and English customs. Formally English language is used in support with Creole which is a type of French patois as secondary language. Majority of the people are Roman Catholic. La Woz and La Magwit are the two core customary festivals celebrated in the island of Saint Lucia. La Woz is "The Rose" festival generally held on August 30th. La Magwit is "The Marguerite", festival generally held on October 17th. A festival Jounen Kweyol or Creole Day usually takes place on the last Sunday of October is celebrated in this island. The island's national wear called the Madras. The natives wear it which is made up of the exceptional plaid material. Annually a Jazz Festival is held for music lovers. Folk music is also popular here like soca, zouk and reggae. In July a carnival is held every year. Trinidad and Tobago carnival and events like queen of carnival of year take place. Some of the tourist's destinations are the Pitons, Sulfur Springs, St. Lucia Botanical Gardens, the rain forests, and Pigeon Island National Park. Foot Ball is most attracted sport in this island. Traditionally Cricket is liked in Saint Lucia.

      Saint Lucia Demographics
Saint Lucia Total Population - 173,765
Saint Lucia Male Population - 78,858
Saint Lucia Female Population - 82,699
Saint Lucia African-European, Population - 165,076
Saint Lucia Indo-Caribbean, Population - 5,212
Saint Lucia other or unspecified, Population - 3,475

      Saint Lucia Education
Education in Saint Lucia offers no charge for education. The education is mandatory for the children from the ages 5 to 15. One fourth of the total annual budget of the island goes to Education. Education is classified into Elementary schooling of seven years, lower secondary education off three years and upper secondary education and two years. The standard of education in Saint Lucia is well maintained. Several attempts were made by the government to improve the quality of education and to decrease the rate of illiteracy. Training for teachers was also provided.

Saint Lucia Symbols

Image of Saint Lucia flag

Image of Saint Lucia anthem

Image of Saint Lucia motto
Saint Lucia Flag
Saint Lucia Anthem
Sons and Daughters of Saint Lucia
Saint Lucia Motto
"The Land, The People, The Light"

Image of Saint Lucia bird

Image of Saint Lucia tree

Image of Saint Lucia plant
Saint Lucia Bird
Saint Lucia Parrot
Saint Lucia Tree
"Calabash
Saint Lucia Plant
Bamboo

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Image of Saint Lucia flower
Saint Lucia Flower
ROSE
Saint Lucia Flower
MARGUERITE

      Saint Lucia History
In 3rd century AD Arawaks were the first settlers in the island of Saint Lucia. In 9th century the island was occupied by Caribs. The local American citizens named the island as "Iouanalao" and "Hewanorra" meaning "Island of the Iguanas." To seize the island of Saint Lucia Dutch were the pioneer Europeans. An English explorer's crowd on the Olive Branch on the way to Guyana was driven away in the year 1605. In 1639 another group was unsuccessful to settle in this island. French powered the island till 1815. The people of Africa were forced to work in the sugar plantations. Thus the population of the island was more with black people. The "Battle of Cul de Sac took place in 1778. In 1805 the Nelson's won at Trafalgur. The British ruled till 1814. In the year 1979 the island got its freedom in commonwealth. The creole inhabitants' talk is proof to the French majestic establishment. Saint Lucia as a sovereign country has confirmed to be a constant, multicultural democracy.

      Saint Lucia Tourism
The tourism sector plays an important role in the economy of Saint Lucia. January to April is the peak season for the visitor's to visit the island. This island is famous for its climate, nature and many beaches n resorts. Annually 350,000 tourists visit the island of Saint Lucia. Saint Lucia Tourism Board encourages the tourism in the island. Some of the tourist's destinations are the Pitons, Sulfur Springs, St. Lucia Botanical Gardens, the rain forests, and Pigeon Island National Park. The Pitons are the two volcanic blocks mounting nearly 700 m straight from the sea that shapes as an element of a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Sulfur Springs are situated in Soufriere and is the unique and exceptional drive-in volcano.

      Saint Lucia Transportation
Education in Saint Lucia offers no charge for education. The education is mandatory for the children from the ages 5 to 15. One fourth of the total annual budget of the island goes to Education. Education is classified into Elementary schooling of seven years, lower secondary education off three years and upper secondary education and two years. The standard of education in Saint Lucia is well maintained. Several attempts were made by the government to improve the quality of education and to decrease the rate of illiteracy. Training for teachers was also provided.

      Saint Lucia Taxes
Saint Lucia Country Corporate Tax - 30%
Saint Lucia Country Real Property Transfer Tax - 10%
Saint Lucia Country Personal Income Tax - 10 to 30%
Saint Lucia Country House Tax- 5%
Saint Lucia Country Stamp Duty on Property Transfers - 2%

      Saint Lucia Religions
Saint Lucia Roman Catholic Population is 70%
Saint Lucia Seventh-day Adventisms Population is 7%
Saint Lucia Pentecostalism Population is 6%
Saint Lucia Anglicanism Population is 2%
Saint Lucia Evangelical Christianity Population is 2%
Saint Lucia Rastafari movement Population is 2%

      Saint Lucia Quarters
Anse la Raye Quarter, Saint Lucia - Population 6,071
Castries Quarter, Saint Lucia - Population 64,957
Choiseul Quarter, Saint Lucia - Population 6,174
Dauphin Quarter, Saint Lucia - Population
Dennery Quarter, Saint Lucia - Population 12,876
Gros Islet Quarter, Saint Lucia - Population
Laborie Quarter, Saint Lucia - Population 7,414
Micoud Quarter, Saint Lucia - Population 16,143
Praslin Quarter, Saint Lucia - Population
Soufriere Quarter, Saint Lucia - Population
Vieux Fort Quarter, Saint Lucia - Population

      Saint Lucia Geography
The island of Saint Lucia comprises of several mountains. It is a volcanic island. The peak point of the island is Mount Gimie which is located 950 m above the sea level. Saint Lucia is well known and attracted for its drive-in volcano. The Pitons situated in the middle of Soufriere and Choiseul in the western part of the island. The weather is tropical and fair. Nearly January to April it has dry season and from May to November it has rainy season. The total area of the island is 616 square kilometers.

      Saint Lucia Government
The island of Saint Lucia is an individual member of the British Commonwealth with a Westminster method parliamentary democracy. It got its independence on February 22, 1979. The Head of State from Feb. 6, 1952 was British monarchy Queen Elizabeth II. The House of Assembly comprises of 17 members which are voted after a term of five years. The Senate has 11 Senators which are selected by the Governor General. The Prime Minister directs the cabinet and also the chosen Ministers of the United Workers Party (UWP). English common law and "Code Napoleon" is followed by the legal system. The Privy Council of the United Kingdom is the judicial body.

      Saint Lucia Economy
The economy of St. Lucia's island majorly depends on the tourism sector and banana production. The economic condition remains steady as the island's government. The overseas trade and dealings like offshore banking are always encouraged by the island of Saint Lucia and this is the core cause of returns. The government has been taking measures to refresh the banana industry. The island's some of the important factors relating the economic growths are tourism, the Hess Oil's large petroleum storage and transshipment terminal. The island is a recipient of the U.S. Caribbean Basin Initiative. It is also a member of the Caribbean Community and Common Market (CARICOM). The executive secretariat of the Organization of Eastern Caribbean States (OECS) is organized by the island of Saint Lucia.

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