Dennery Village is a quaint fishing community named after the Count d’ Ennery, Governor General of the French Windward Islands from 1766 to 1770, has morphed into a vibrant community showcasing its rich history and culture sprinkled with “spirited” community gathering places, where lively conservations and debates on daily life, adds to the fresh “catch of the day”.
Dennery is a mixed zone, Institutional, Commercial and Residential; the latter dominating in the immediate vicinity of the property. The lot is close to the Dennery Police Station and Fire Station, learning institutions, institutions of worship, shopping and sporting facilities.
Travelling southbound along the Castries – Vieux Fort highway, approximately 450 yards before the Dennery fire station are all concrete roads leading to the Bois Joli development. The property is located within low density residential development with all essential services readily available.
Things to Do in Dennery
Come see Anse Canot the area from which Dennery originally got its name, where canoes carved from the trunks of large trees like the gommier were brought down the river to the coast to be launched.
Today, brightly painted houses and busy roads, signal a bubbling community which stands ever ready to offer its unique touch of warmth to all who set eyes on her calmness and inviting tranquillity.
The Dennery Village comes alive on Saturday nights with excellent culinary cuisine complemented by displays of authentic Saint Lucian culture which is flavoured by Saint Lucian hospitality and the hypnotic rhythms of the people.