Not yet that developed as a tourist destination, ‘the spice island’ of Grenada is spectacular in its beauty, tranquility and simple Caribbean charm.

Moutainous and volcanic, with dramatic crater lakes, waterfalls, gorges and lush tropical rainforests, Grenada is perfect for couples and families wishing to relax on white sand beaches and swim in emerald seas – the ideal luxury beach holiday away from the crowds.

St George's

The capital of Grenada is a pretty harbour town with 18th century architecture, narrow winding streets and impressive forts. Well worth a visit.

Spice Country

Check out the area north of the capital where you’ll discover some of the traditonal spice plantations. Nutmeg, ginger, cloves, cinnamon and vanilla are just a few of the exotic spices grown here; one third of the world’s nutmeg supply comes from this tiny island!

The Great Anse Beach

The 3km long Great Anse beach is the most impressive on Grenada and is a starting point for many diving trips to nearby islands and reefs. Stay at the the family run Spice Island Beach Resort, a luxury hotel set right on the sands of Great Anse. Flights are direct and this welcoming hotel is a mere ten minute transfer from the airport.

Grand Etang National Park

Hidden in Grenada’s mountainous interior, is the Grand Etang National Park, where hiking trails meander around the dazzling Grand Etang lake, an extinct volcanic crater.

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HIGHLIGHTS OF GRENADA

The spectacular two mile long Grand Anse beach.

Beachfront suites. The Spice Island resort is the only hotel on the island where the beach is literally on your doorstep – heaven for those who like to fall asleep to the sound of crashing waves.

St George’s harbour. Founded in the 18th century, and with a distinct European feel, this is one of the most picturesque harbour towns in the Caribbean.

Diving and snorkelling. Beautiful coral reefs, and submerged ship wrecks to explore make Grenada fantastic for diving. There’s also a submerged sculpture garden which adds a quirky addition to aquatic adventures.

Spice Island. With a beautiful scent as you arrive on the island, Grenada is known as the spice island due to its production of cinnamon, nutmeg, and cloves. See the locals processing the spices, and sample them in delicious cocktails and cuisine.

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