Yes, foreigners can buy Anse-la-raye real estate. Anse la Raye is a lovely village in Saint Lucia with exceptional examples of French and English colonial architecture.
The name Anse la Raye is derived from the bay’s rays; the English translation is Bay of Rays. The bay is fed by two rivers: the Grande Riviere de l’Anse la Raye and the Petite Riviere de l’Anse la Raye.
Every Friday night, the wives of local fishermen demonstrate their abilities by cooking exquisite meals using lobsters, fish, and lambi (conch) for sale at the Catholic Church Anse La Ray. Front Street, which runs parallel to the shore, hosts the Fish Fry event.
Although the iconic local Catholic church was erected in 1907, documents suggest that a chapel existed as early as 1765. The St Omer Family painted the paintings in the current church.
Anse la Raye Falls and River Rock Falls are nearby attractions.
Marigot Bay – part of Anse La Raye is located on the western coast of Saint Lucia, 3.75 miles southwest of Castries and close to the Saint Lucian National Marine Reserve. It is bordered by high, wooded hills on three sides.
Marigot Bay is a historical monument because it was the location of several conflicts between the French and British warships.