Transportation information for St. Lucia is provided below. Travel information includes driving directions, maps, airport information and more.
The primary airport for the St. Lucia is the Hewanorra International Airport located in Vieux Fort on the southern end of the island. Some flights originating from nearby islands arrive at George F.L. Charles Airport located in Castries on the northwestern shore of St. Lucia. Many large airlines such as American Airlines, US Airways, and Delta Air Lines provide service to the St. Lucia. Another option for arriving to the islands is by cruise ship to the Pointe Seraphine or to Port Castries in Castries.
Chartered flights are available to get you to different areas of the island as well as other islands within the Caribbean.
Taxis are a common method of getting around St. Lucia. Privately owned mini buses are also available as a good source of transportation but do not run on a set schedule.
Map + Directions
St. Lucia is located 40 miles south of Martinique and approximately 100 miles northwest of Barbados.
Car rentals are available as a great method of transportation. Looking for something more adventurous? Consider renting a scooter or even a bicycle for getting around.