Grenada is spectacular in its beauty, tranquillity and attractive Caribbean charm. Mountainous and volcanic, it showcases unspoilt landscapes of dramatic crater lakes, waterfalls, gorges and lush tropical rainforests as well as historic villages and colourful culture. This island is perfect for couples and families looking to explore as well as relax on one of the many white-sand beaches, swim in emerald seas, dive amongst coral reefs and shipwrecks and even explore the world's first underwater sculpture park – the ideal luxury holiday away from the crowds.
The capital of Grenada is a pretty harbour town with 18th-century architecture, narrow winding streets and impressive forts such as the 18th-century Fort George, with its panoramic views over the island.
Grenada isn't known as the 'Spice Island' for nothing. Check out the area north of the capital, where you’ll discover some of the traditional 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!
Grand Anse Beach
The 3km-long Grand Anse Beach, with its white sands and aquamarine waters flanked by green hills, is the most impressive on Grenada and is a starting point for snorkelling and diving trips to nearby islands and reefs.
Grand Etang National Park
Hidden in Grenada’s mountainous interior is the Grand Etang National Park, where hiking trails meander around the island's tallest peaks and the dazzling Grand Etang Lake, an extinct volcanic crater.