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A quaint fishing village that is picture-perfect with fishing nets hanging to dry and brightly-colored boats bobbing in the harbor.
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Reviewed March 2, 2017

We were driving around by Anse La Raye and had some time to kill. We saw the signs to visit the waterfalls and decided to go. We like to encourage locals, so we thought we should have a look. The road itself was beautiful and...More

1  Thank Éric P
Reviewed February 24, 2017

We stopped in the village for lunch at Benny's Place. We had pumpkin soup to start with, followed by a buffet style main course. This included locally caught tuna, chicken and a nice variety of local vegetables. We had a good meal and friendly personal...More

Thank Andrew C
Reviewed February 12, 2017

Friday fish night is a regular street food festival. It gets started after sunset, but we arrived i ntime to see the sunset whch was one of the most spectacular we saw on the island. The locals are friendly and the whole place is 'real'...More

Thank bbrt
Reviewed February 9, 2017

Our driver said that if we want to see some authentic St.Lucia, then we should stop in Anse La Raye and he was right. There were some souvenir shops and street vendors with t-shirts etc. , but that's understandable and they weren't too aggressive. We...More

Thank Halkidis
Reviewed February 5, 2017

A fishing village unspoiled by tourism, although welcoming the dollars that it brings in. The people are very friendly and the views around the bay, and of the mountains, are wonderful. The church of the nativity of the blessed virgin Mary is beautiful in its...More

Thank John V
Reviewed January 31, 2017

Anse La Raye has been a fishing village and if you examine its name it is easy to see why. When the early French settlers arrived in Saint Lucia, Anse la Raye was one of the first areas they visited. As they sailed into the...More

2  Thank Bob H
Reviewed January 28, 2017

We went early( 5:30-6pm) so we could see the countryside and town before dark in January. The best part was watching the sunset on the pier and walking from near the church along back streets to glimpse small homes/shops. Best food was the whole fish...More

Thank a_traveler_too
Reviewed January 18, 2017

First of all there are not that many tourists. Second the people in Anse La Raye are very friendly. Fourth this is a big fishing village. Last I am coming back one day for the Friday Fish Fry.

Thank london057
Reviewed December 17, 2016

Every Friday night the small fishing village of Anse La Raye has a fish fry on the waterfront where locals bring out their grills and sell a variety of fish dishes. We went on Black Friday so it wasn’t as lively as normal we were...More

Thank StarLady99
Reviewed November 26, 2016

We took a taxi from our hotel in Marigot bay, you can expect to pay around 60 usd round trip, our driver was great, he dropped us at the end of the street, showed us where the washrooms were and where he would wait for...More

1  Thank Helen B
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