Grand Anse Beach and Morne Rouge Bay are a pretty close tie, both are white sanded with lots of space and few crowds. Grand Anse allows visitors to walk its full length and take exercise, while dipping in and out of the gentle waves. Morne Rouge’s trees and stunning sunsets make it the perfect place both for a day on the beach or a cocktai after dark.

Grenada’s culture revolves around its food and its small boat festivals. Experience cuisine that is infused with nutmeg, cinnamon, ginger and other locally grown spices, either at a local, traditional bar or at one of the international hotels. Visit Grenada during the Workboat Regatta at the beginning of February for a truly memorable experience and get to know the locals and understand how this island state makes the most of the sea and the wonderful fresh fish within it.

Grenada’s nightlife revolves around the small beach-side bars and restaurants, servicing local Carib beers and a whole range of Rum punches.
Grenada boasts three main nightclubs – Fantasia 2001, Bananas and Karma – all of which are within easy distance of the hotels.

Grenada, only the size of the Isle of Wight is lucky enough to have four hotels with good spa offerings; LaSource, Spice Island, La Luna and Calabash Hotel. Each with a very different approach. For those of a more active bent, watersports have developed rapidly over the past few years, and Grenada now boasts the best wreck diving in the Eastern Caribbean; the Caribbean’s first underwater sculpture park; a pirate ship for all the family; donut boats; Shadofax luxury champagne and lobster and snorkelling tours; Seafaris powerboat eco adventure tours; and great river tubing on Balthazar River

Belmont Estate is the premiere tourism attraction on thGrenada. Located in St Patrick, only an hour’s scenic drive from the island’s capital of St George, Belmont Estate is a unique and authentic 17th century plantation that offers guests an opportunity to participate in and observe the workings of a fully functional historic plantation. Visit the organic farm, gardens, heritage museum, and cocoa processing facilities plus a goat dairy farm, petting farm, and craft market.Grenada Carnival, which takes place on the second Monday and Tuesday in Augus, is the friendliest carnival in the Caribbean, safe and fun for the family.

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