This is a very cost spot in St. Lucia. A very nice bay tucked away between cliffs.
History tells that english navy spilde into this bay, put coconuts in top of the masts of their giant vessels to hide from the enemy during the fight for the Island. They we never discovered but mistaken for palmtrees by the enemy.
I have been here several times by sailboat and find it very cosy, but also very touristed.
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