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Fort Barrington comprises the remains of an 18th-century defensive structure on the Five Islands Peninsula. The hilltop fort initially served to protect St. John’s Harbour and is now an intriguing and picturesque landmark. Hike along the trailhead to the top of the hill and enjoy stunning views of the Caribbean Sea.
Capture photos of the overgrown ruins of this structure, which dates back to 1779. Enjoy the views of the blue ocean stretching uninterrupted to the horizon. The fort takes its name from Admiral Barrington, who seized St. Lucia from the French in 1667.
Inspect the large gun emplacement and explore the dungeon-like rooms on the preserved lower floor. Imagine settlers using the structure as a lookout post for battleships in the colonial era.
Bring family and friends for a hike on one of the trails up to the fort at the northern end of Deep Bay. The hikes are fairly short, but a little steep. Venture into the tropical forest that backs onto the beach and listen to birdcalls.
Descend to Deep Bay Beach and gaze up at the intriguing fortress. Have a picnic on the sand and enjoy a swim in the clear water. Take a catamaran out on the calm bay and scuba dive around the Andes Shipwreck, which has a mast that protrudes from the water at low tide. Stay at one of the villas and hotels in this scenic area.
Visit the fort for free. It is open to the public at all times. Wear appropriate footwear to tackle the steep and rocky trails.
Fort Barrington is on Goat Hill on a small and narrow promontory that sticks out from the Five Islands village. It overlooks the Atlantic Ocean at the northern end of Deep Bay, just 5 miles (8 kilometers) west of St. John’s. See nearby sights, such as the Five Islands Moravian Church, Galley Bay and Yepton Beach.
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