Very nice beach, the sand is great, the ocean is turquoise and very suprising not a lot of people... it's a public beach!
Other reviewers correct to suggest checking the cruise ship schedule before coming for the day...it makes a big difference. The beach was nice, water was warm and lunch at Spinnaker's was within walking distance. Park in Police Station lot and enjoy. Some of the people selling stuff were not very nice and didn't accept a "no thank you" which could... More
We thought we'd check out the beach away from our resort for an afternoon. We picked the wrong day! We rented a couple of chaises, but the beach was packed so it was sort of a sardine effect. The water was calm, the people were friendly enough, and Spinnaker's was a nice place for a drink and a sandwich, but... More
I love the color of the sand the nice clean calm crystal clear water st lucia is the prettiest Island my husband and I both agree. We love it . Also I read that st lucia is The number one hotspot for honey moons adventure nd sighting .
A beautiful, uncrowded beach. But when you get up in the morning, and see the beds and umbrellas all coming out, you know there'll be no peace that day. The cruise ships have arrived..... Out come all the vendors with their jewellery, palm frond hats, coconut bird feeders, chicken wraps, and buckets of beer. And the sea rides do a... More
took a Taxi from cruise trip to Reduit Beach. Water was beautiful but the beach was very crowded (chair on top of chair) on a very narrow stretch of beach. Ask your chair/umbrella salesman(ours was named coco boy) to walk you further down the beach in front of Bay Gardens Resort. It is my understanding that the beach is all... More
Nice clean sandy beach to walk along. Nice spot to swim. Pricey chair and umbrella rental if you are not staying at a resort on the beach. Highlight is Marie's food hut at the end of the beach where local fresh fish is cooked daily. Marie never knows what she is going to cook until the fisherman arrives off the... More
We selected Reduit when on a cruise for its close proximity to the port. We found a private driver at port and recall we paid US $25 to get to centre of the beach. The locals selling the beach chairs on arrival were very pushy yet we didn't buy primarily because the beach itself, while quite long, is surprisingly shallow:... More
The first time I visited St. Lucia I went on an island tour that lasted over four hours. The winding roads, dangerous traffic, and stops along the side of the road to purchase over priced novelty items left me sick and wanting to return to the ship. So, this time I opted for the beach. Reduit Beach received the best... More
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