Casa del Vega


Casa del Vega is the only Guest House in Vigie with a private beach. Conveniently situated on a cove in Clarke Avenue on the Vigie Peninsula, five minutes from Castries.

All rooms are en-suite and air conditioned, with cable TV and there is complimentary Wireless Internet across the property. Casa del Vega is ideal for groups and family reunions, and convenient for business travellers who attend meetings in the city or north of the island.

It is a small family run property, tucked away from the bustle of the more populated tourist attractions. Perfect for enjoying peace and tranquility, with calming sunsets from your balcony, as well as the beauty of ocean-going traffic.

With a small private beach that is perfect for scoping out the rich tropical waters of the Caribbean sea and uninterrupted views across the ocean, we promise you’ll experience a true home-away-from-home stay with a difference.

Enjoy your dinner or an evening drink on the balcony and fall in love with the velvet vista of a Caribbean sunset. There is something very magical about watching the sun set in the cool night air, while gazing out at the glittering lights of the cruise ships sailing out of port.

Come away to tranquility. Come away to the calm, come away to the quiet escape of Casa del Vega…

Upcoming Events

4-6 persons fishing. Half Day US$500.  Email for special requests.
Atlantic Rally for Cruisers
The ARC is a ‘must do’ for many sailors, and attracts over 200 boats and 1200 people every year to sail 2700 NM across the Atlantic from Gran Canaria to Saint Lucia. The ARC is for everyone; families with children, tough racers, cruising couples, big boats and modest boats. Crossing the Atlantic together, but having their own adventures. More than just a boat race, the ARC is about friendships made ashore in the two weeks of pre-departure activities continued over the radio net at sea. The party kicks off when the boats arrive in Saint Lucia to be met on the dock with a rum punch and a chilled beer and all the fun and festivity the Caribbean has to offer. Join us for the ARC and be part of the atmosphere of adventure.
St. Lucia Food and Rum Festival
At the end of October, visitors to our island have the opportunity to feast on some of the best food (and rum) that the Caribbean has to offer. The St. Lucia Food and Rum Festival draws on top notch gourmet food, the best of the best in food, wine, and rum from around the Caribbean, in hopes of promoting island gastronomy.  Wine and rum tastings as well as full meals at five-star St. Lucian restaurants are a part of the festival. Indulge your senses with all the nature we have to offer and spend your holiday tasting your way through our right culinary heritage.
St. Lucia Billfish Tournament
A three day competition that is open to anglers from all over the Caribbean. The Blue Marlin is the most sought-after catch and everyone is out trying to hook the biggest fish. Marlin weighing less than 250 pounds are tagged and returned to the sea. The weighing station is at Rodney Bay and all are invited to see the catches at the end of each fishing day.
32nd Jounen Kwéyòl 2016
International Creole Day, also known as Jounen Kweyol Day is celebrated nationally in October each year. This festival features a huge selection of various Creole dishes, and sees live Creole-style musical and arts performances across various towns and villages. October is an excellent way to immerse yourself in the local culture.

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