Where to stay around Micoud, LC?

Our 2019 property listings offer a large selection of 28 vacation rentals near Micoud. From 11 Villas to 7 Studios, find a unique house rental for you to enjoy a memorable stay with your family and friends. The best places to stay near Micoud for a holiday or a weekend are on VRBO.

What are the most popular destinations to visit in Micoud?

There are many lovely places to stay for a holiday trip or just for a weekend in Micoud. From VRBO travelers, the top most popular destinations to visit are:

  • Descartiers Rainforest Trail: 676 vacation rentals
  • Maria Islands Nature Reserve: 286 vacation rentals
  • Caribbean: 42,601 vacation rentals
  • Castries Quarter: 196 vacation rentals
  • Cap Estate: 166 vacation rentals

And VRBO offers you the chance to discover many other popular destinations in Micoud! Please use our search bar to access the selection of vacation rentals available in other popular destinations.

What are the main cities to discover in Micoud?

Whether you're traveling with family or friends, here are the cities with the largest selection of vacation rentals for a holiday trip or just for a weekend in Micoud:

  • Gros Islet: 534 rentals
  • Soufriere: 343 rentals
  • Mamin: 236 rentals
  • Rodney Bay: 523 rentals
  • Vieux Ft: 286 rentals

For other cities, please use our search bar to access the selection of vacation rentals available.

Laid-back fun awaits in Micoud

The laidback village of Micoud lies along the sunny south-eastern shores of St Lucia. If there was ever a place to leave your cell phone back home and kick back on a peaceful vacation without the distractions of home, this is it. The island is jaw-dropping – steamy wildlife-laden rainforests, powdery beaches and shallow azure waters – and all are right on the doorstep of your Micoud vacation rental. If you're not sold yet, take a look at the long list of adventures you can have on this tiny Caribbean island. Expect hiking footpaths, riding trails and more water sports that you can shake your paddle at.

There's more to Micoud than just beach life

When you stay at the Micoud vacation rental, youll have the backdrop of lush tropical rainforests that tumble down to long stretches of powdery sand lapped by the Azure Caribbean Sea. On the first day, you can stretch out on the beach under the shade of swaying palms and work on your tan, or get the old blood flowing on some island adventures. Some are happiest when they are hiking up through the rainforest to hidden waterfalls. Some prefer to gallop along the equestrian trails on horseback. Others cant tear themselves away from the long list of water sports, whether its kayaking, snorkeling or paddle boarding.

Discover exotic Caribbean cuisine in Micoud

If you can drag yourself away from the beach, you'll find a diverse list of things to see near your Micoud vacation rental. One of the most popular spots is the Morne Coubaril, a working estate overlooking Soufriere Bay which grows cocoa and coconuts. Here, you can learn about the farming techniques before diving into mouth-watering cuisine at the in-house restaurant. Talking of food, make some time for the colorful Castries Central Market, where piles of exotic fruits and vegetables sit side-by-side with local handicrafts and unique souvenirs. While you're in the capital, stop by the Cathedral of the Immaculate Conception.

Score a bargain in Micoud

The high season, when many of the Micoud vacation rentals get booked up in advance, is during the winter months, particularly December, when families jet in to enjoy the festive season in the sun. A little later in the year, between April and June, the temperature hovers around the balmy high 70s and with fewer people taking up the sand on the beaches it can be an attractive time to visit. The island bursts into color during the summer but later into fall you can score some rock bottom bargains on rentals, but you will have to contend with the odd tropical shower.

Micoud: a wildlife-laden Caribbean island

Compared to most Caribbean islands, St Lucia has a surprisingly high number of sea and land-dwelling exotic species to get up close to. You cant miss spotting iguanas, which grow up to 6 feet in length and bask in the midday sunshine. Talking of lizards, the St Lucia whiptail can only be found on the island and is one of the rarest reptiles in the world. Though elusive and unfortunately in decline, the red-rumped agouti is something spotted scampering across the islands interior, as do cheeky little mongoose, which were introduced many years ago to control the rodent population.