Calabash Cove Beach
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Photo panoramique par Frank Ettingshausen EXPERT Pris 14:44, 17/02/2012 - Views loading...


Calabash Cove Beach

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On my tour exploring Saint Lucia's most stunning sites we found this little resort just outside of Castries before you get to Rodney Bay.
It was a little hidden over a hill and is called Calabash Cove. They have a beautiful very quiet and private beach and little cottages with private pools right next to the beach. We had lunch there, fresh Tuna Sashimi and a glass of Prosecco. After lunch we were allowed to use the beach where I did this shot.

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