St Kits and Nevis - Island Information

The sister isles of the Federation of St Kitts and Nevis benefit from a stable economy and exciting opportunities in real estate. To add to that, 'Living de Life' as a resident - or part time resident - means so many things. The islands are a melting pot of different nationalities, cultures and diverse personalities. From beach lovers to fine dining gourmands, from culture vultures, soaking up the history at the heritage sites of Brimstone Hill and the sugar plantations, to the sporting types hiking in our mountains and diving under our seas, St Kitts and Nevis has something for everyone.

The 18th and 19th Century architecture of Basseterre and Charlestown brings history alive, brimming with people going about their daily chores, mingling with tourists discovering new treasures in the shops and art galleries. The bright smiles that greet you when you buy the local fresh fruits and vegetables from the local vendors in our market stalls are matched by the friendly grins of the bar tenders in the many rum shacks that are dotted around the islands from the beaches to the back alleys.

The pace of life in St Kitts and Nevis may be a tad more laidback than what you're used to, but never doubt the capacity of the locals and you to join in a lively 'jump up' at Reggae Beach. Cheer on the local triathlon athletes, swing a golf club on the world class golf courses or join in with the Masquerade dancers during Culturama and Carnival festivities.

Island Life is to be lived according to your own recipe. Long languorous days at the beach, meeting new friends, pottering around the garden of your Caribbean home or joining in a lively debate at your local beach bar. Come and join us soon. Find your own piece of 'Paradise' with affordable St Kitts and Nevis real estate, hospitable people, year round sunshine and long balmy evenings. We look forward to welcoming you to the sister isles.


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