The busy Queens Road stretches from Lautoka to Suva, winding along the southern coast of Viti Levu. From the time it encounters the sea, to near Pacific Harbour, this region is known as the Coral Coast. With its well-appointed accommodation, sandy beaches and magnificent coral reef, the Coral Coast is one of Fiji's most popular holiday destinations. Sigatoka, on the edge of the Sigatoka River at the western end of the highway, is the Coral Coast's main town. 

Coral Coast has a wealth of activities and attractions to enjoy. In addition to excellent swimming, diving and surfing, visitors to the Coral Coast can see the ruins of an old fort at Tavunui Hill and the rock formations of the Naihehe Caves. There are rainforest treks, river trips on the Sigatoka River and the Coral Coast Scenic Railway, which travels along the coast to the white sands of Natadola Beach. Some of Fiji's oldest historic sites are also accessible along the Coral Coast, including the Sigatoka Sand Dunes.