Grenada was a great surprise on our first visit, it is so unspoilt. St Georges the capital of Grenada is full of old world charm and has remained largely unchanged in 100 years, where pastel buildings, cobblestone streets, old churches, some fine examples of Georgian buildings and the Spice Market definitely worth a visit. On our second visit we spent sometime visiting the northern half of the island. There is little tourist development and few beaches but the provincial towns are full of old world charm. We visited Grenville, Sauters and Gouyave all are very 'olde worlde' small shops, bakers etc in th high street all remarkably and friendly with the locals very happy to give advise and directions etc.
Grand Anse Beach
Brilliant white sand meets the turquoise Caribbean, the colors are just staggering. We Recommend Spice Island Resort.
Pink Gin Beach
Further to the most southerly point of Grenada another stunning beach of turquoise waters and white sand. Enjoy a leisurely lunch of The Aquarium Restaurant and marvel at the view.
HOT TIP. Take advantage of the 3 hours Check-in facility offered by British Airways and Virgin Atlantic and proceed with your Boarding Pass and hand luggage over the hill opposite the terminal to the Aquarium Restaurant and enjoy a drink/lunch overlooking the Caribbean. We Recommend Rex Grenadian
L'anse Aux Epines Beach
A quiet residential area of villas leading down to the palm fringed beach. We Recommend Calabash Hotel
Our Clients Recommend:
If a tranquil atmosphere and picturesque beauty are what you seek, then look no further than the Calabash Hotel & Villas and enjoy Gary Rhodes recently opened restaurant.. Enjoy the All Inclusive resort of La Source or choose the Spice Island Beach Resort in Grand Anse Beach for eco friendly luxury and natural beauty or for sailing and diving look at the True Blue Resort..