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St Lucia (pronounced ‘Loosha’) is the second largest of the Windwards, lying between St Vincent and Martinique with an area of 238 square miles. The island has become a popular tourist destination, with sporting facilities, splendid beaches, a clear, warm sea and sunshine. (The island was the scene of the films Dr Doolittle, Water, and Superman II.) The scenery is of outstanding beauty, and in the neighborhood of the Pitons it has an element of grandeur. The highest peak is Morne Gimie (3,118 feet), but the most spectacular are the Gros Piton (2,619 feet) and the Petit Piton (2,461 feet) which are old volcanic forest-clad plugs rising sheer out of the sea near the town of Soufrière on the west coast. A few miles away is one of the world’s most accessible volcanoes. Here you can see soufrières: vents in the volcano which exude hydrogen sulfide, steam and other gases and deposit sulfur and other compounds in pools of boiling water. The mountains are intersected by numerous short rivers which in places debouch into broad, fertile and well-cultivated valleys. Expect to be hot, if staying here, they are well-sheltered from the breeze.

 

 

 

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