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The Caribbean's 'spice' island is small in size but big in welcome and at just 200 miles from the coast of Venezuela, it has a lot to offer visitors.
The scents of cinnamon, cloves, ginger, and its most famous export, nutmeg, infuse this mountainous island that sits in crystal waters and is a real delight for divers of all abilities, thanks to the Molinere Beausejour Marine Protected Area and numerous shipwrecks near the island.
Grenada is a tri-island state and its sister islands, Carriacou and Petite Martinique are easily accessible by boat and make a fantastic day trip for those seeking tranquillity and authentic Caribbean charm.
Jungle trails with sparkling waterfalls
Boat trips to Carriacou and Petite Martinique
Lively markets and busy harbours
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This brand-new boutique resort offers a sleek and contemporary design that’s quite the contrast to other island resorts.
Stylish and relaxed Caribbean living on Grand Anse Beach.
A private residence club situated on private, lush grounds on the southern coast of Grenada.
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Grenada and sister islands, Carriacou and Petite Martinique have much to be discovered.
One-ninth of Grenada’s landmass is preserved as parks and natural wildlife sanctuaries. Visitors can trek through tropical rainforests filled with a wide variety of flora and fauna and uncover the most magical waterfalls and a dormant volcano.
Tours can be arranged to visit Grand Etang National Park and Mount Qua Qua, as well as the island’s spice plantations, rum producers and artisan chocolate factories.
Throughout the year Grenada plays host to some of the most exciting festivals in the Caribbean. Grenada Sailing Festival, Pure Grenada Music Festival and Grenada Chocolate Festival are some of the highlights.
For a uniquely Grenadian experience visit during Grenada Spicemas Festival held on the second Monday and Tuesday in August, and Carriacou Carnival which is held in February.
With 45 pristine white-sand beaches and endless water sports on offer, the island is the perfect choice for beach lovers. Grand Anse is considered one of best beaches in Caribbean, whilst Sagesse, Bathway and Levera Beach are top of the list for those looking for peace and tranquillity.
Grenada has some of the best scuba diving sites in the Caribbean, along with amazing bio-diversity. Over 50 dive sites are on offer here including the world’s first Underwater Sculpture Park and the famous Italian cruise liner, the Bianca C, which sank in 1961.
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Grenada is situated in the Caribbean and is comprised of the island of Grenada itself in addition to two smaller islands, Carriacou and Petite Martinique.