The name Micoud, shared in St. Lucia by both a town and a Quarter, is likely the richest Quarter in Amerindian history on the island. Evidence of several settlements have been located by archaeologists and artifacts of have been found at Micoud Bay, Anse Capitaine and Troumasse.
The village of Micoud, situated on the east coast of St. Lucia, is populated by approximately 2,700 people. It was named after the French governor of St. Lucia in the 18th Century, Baron de Micoud.
Latille Waterfall & Garden – Lush grounds are filled with flowers, fruit trees and herb gardens. A swim in the pool under the 20 ft waterfall adds to the experience of this natural tourist attraction.
Mamiku Gardens: Designed by one of the top landscape designers in the Caribbean, Mamiku Gardens boasts beauty, nature and history. Located on the East Coast of the island, a 45 minute scenic drive from Castries, Mamiku Gardens is a tropical blend of natural woodland trails and beautifully landscaped gardens.