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Pigeon Island National Landmark

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About Pigeon Island National Landmark

Pigeon Island is one of the Caribbean’s most significant historic landmarks and certainly one of the most beautiful spots in Saint Lucia. While Pigeon Island’s rich history dates back to pre-Columbian times, it is most famous for its role in the 1782 Battle of the Saints. For it was from Pigeon Island that Admiral Rodney monitored Fort Royal in Martinique and set sail to intercept the French troops, fortuitously preventing their rendezvous with the Spanish and saving Jamaica for the British Empire.

Pigeon Island National Landmark has a number of heritage attractions and amenities which include:

  • 18th century military
  • Secluded beach
  • A restaurant featuring local cuisine
  • A pub with an historical theme
  • Panoramic views
  • Manicured lawns interspersed with coconut palms and other tropical trees

Today, the attractions and amenities of Pigeon Island make it ideal for weddings and special events. The small secluded beach is the perfect setting for a barefoot, yet elegant, Caribbean dream wedding. If the beach doesn't tickle your fancy you may choose from an intimate gazebo setting; the 18th century ruins of the Soldiers' Barracks; and the cliff side with expansive views of the Atlantic Ocean.

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Pigeon Island is absolutely beautiful! And the best part is that you only need minimum decor because it's beauty speaks for itself!! Read more Pigeon Island is absolutely beautiful! And the best part is that you only need minimum decor because it's beauty speaks for itself! !!

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