At 730 feet, Moule a Chique is reputed to be the second highest lighthouse in the world and although the title's certainly not undisputed, it is indeed a spectacular spot, perched high up above the sea.
You can see much of the island of St Lucia from this southerly point, and also the wild Maria Islands. To the South, you can actually see where the turquoise Caribbean Sea currents merge with the darker blue water of the Atlantic Ocean. There are some pretty high winds, but seeing as how this sentinel has been braving them for over 100 years, we're thinking you'll be okay. The road gets rough near the top, but there isn't much walking and the view is unsurpassed.
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