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New tourist attraction ‘Glittering Sands’ opens in Anse-la-Raye

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Glittering Sands is open to the general public.

(GIS) — Saint Lucia’s latest village tourism project, Glittering Sands, welcomed its first patrons last week.

The newest attraction is located just north of Anse-la-Raye village, and comprises two beaches—one for lounging and sunbathing, and the other available for private events.

The tourism facility development was made possible through the collaboration of two investors.

Tourism Minister Dominic Fedee (centre) said the facility development was made possible through the collaboration of two investors (left and right)

Minister for Tourism Dominic Fedee lauded the employment of many young persons of Anse-la-Raye and highlighted other opportunities for local entrepreneurs.

Glittering Sands provides watersports services, a restaurant and bar, a souvenir shop and massage parlor.

The cruise industry has already committed to patronizing Glittering Sands, excited about its diversity, seclusion, and tranquility.

Glittering Sands is open to the general public.

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3 comments

  1. The UWP Government is at work. When all the others gave up on Anse-la-Raye, Canaries and surrounding Mr Fedee has a vision to take them to the top. Wake up St.Lucia the UWP party is at work they have plans, dreams and inspirations just give them a much deserve chance to work for al of us. And yes we are not going back to that chicken and rum thing hell no.

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  2. I hope consideration was given to providing proper security for these facilities. We don't want any criminal activity spoiling the potential of the place to help with the economic situation of the Anse La Raye people.

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  3. yeah boy the minister working e for yall that against the man. i sure some youth from around the area got jobs there

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