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Pigeon Island is a large National Park connected by a causeway to St. Lucia's west coast. The park reflects a thousand years of history and is home to a number of historical sites, such as the remains of an 18th-century British fort, as well as Fort Rodney, which is where the Admiral, for which it is named, monitored the French ships from its strategic vantage point.
The island also has two secluded beautiful beaches and is the major venue for St. Lucia's events. The island was originally used as a strategic point during the many battles among the French and the British to maintain control of St. Lucia. The pirate Francios Le Clerc took refuge on the island in order to target Spanish ships filled with treasures. From Fort Rodney panoramic views can be gained, and on a clear day the island of Martinique can be viewed. The climb to the top of the Fort can be quite a challenge, but the panorama gained from here is truly magnificent.
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