St. Lucia is a tropical island country in the eastern Caribbean. The capital of St. Lucia is Castries.
Located in the middle of the Wind Islands chain, Saint Lucia is a series of volcanic areas that run along the north-south convergence line between the two main crustal plates. Saint Lucia is a relatively young island in geology, created by a series of volcanic activities, which highlights the unevenness of the mountainous terrain, but which has not been eroded over time. The island is 27 miles long, 14 miles wide at its widest point, and covers an area of 238 square miles (616 square kilometers). The highest point is Mount Jimmy at 950 meters above sea level.
St. Lucia may be just a small island, 43 kilometers long and 23 kilometers wide (a total of 16 square kilometers), but the landscape is very different. The island of St. Lucia is almost entirely of volcanic origin, with the exception of a small part of the coral reefs in the north. The volcanic event that formed the island has several active centers that occur in several geological periods. In general, parts of the island north of the Roseau Valley are older and eroded, making it impossible to determine the center of volcanic activity. In the south, on the other hand, the young volcanic landforms are well preserved and very obvious.
On political map, you can see the main boundaries, islands, capital and neighboring countries.
The largest beach of St. Lucia is still undeveloped thanks to its Atlantic gusts and its remote location near the southern tip of the island. Marigot Bay is a typical Caribbean region: the white sandy beaches are lined with coconut palms and face steep tropical plants. It's easy to see why this is the film team's favorite. St. Lucia is ideal for bird watching and this sanctuary is excellent for discovering tweeters.