Windjammer Landing Villa Beach Resort is the perfect holiday destination for couples, groups, families, weddings and honeymoons. Set atop a charming and picturesque hillside, Windjammer Landing Villa Beach Resort takes you off the well-beaten ‘holiday resort’ track and delivers an idyllic paradise by the crystal clear waters of Labrelotte Bay on the north west coast of stunning St Lucia.
The facilities at the resort are second to none and the crescent shaped beach unveils a host of complimentary non-motorized watersports. Guests have the option to enjoy the full range of amenities which include adrenalin-pumping water-skiing and wakeboarding. For some land based activities you can hit the gym, onsite tennis courts or play a round or two at the 18 hole golf course, just a short distance from the resort.
Refresh yourself with a choice of three bars, five restaurants, six swimming pools and several lavish boutiques, plus nightly entertainment that will keep the party going long after the sun sets. Make sure to indulge in the 5200 square-feet The Spa at Windjammer Landing for traditional therapies and holistic healing rituals. Or try the 1500 square-feet fitness center with state-of-the-art Cybex and LifeFitness equipment. To top things off, there’s a separate exercise studio and outdoor yoga deck for all your wellbeing needs. Let your cares drift away, safe in the peace of mind knowing your kids will be having the time of their lives at the Jacquot Fun Club, which offers a supervised programme of fun activities for those aged 4 - 12. Alongside this, there's a Teen Activities Programme, which offers entertaining activities for your older children.
The beach was recently expanded to 16,000 square feet including a new lounge area with three in-water hammocks for those lazy afternoons swaying in the sun - the only facility of its kind in St Lucia. Lush new landscaping featuring 30 coconut palm trees and foxtail palms accompanies the beach expansion, as does new lighting which makes romantic evening dining even more special. More recently, 20 sunshade umbrellas and sea turtle safe amber coloured lights were installed on the beach to prevent baby turtles being confused by bright lights after hatching.