Explore the narrow streets, historic waterfront and imposing fort of Grenada’s tiny capital, one of the prettiest port towns in the Caribbean. With a vibrant esplanade it curves around a horseshoe-shaped harbour backed by volcanic hills.
Relax on Grenada's most famous beach, a broad arc of golden sand and calm, clear turquoise shallows fringed by sea grapes and coconut palms. It’s perfect for swimming and sunbathing and is lined with many of the island’s best resorts and restaurants.
Learn about Grenada’s nutmeg and cocoa history on a tour of this 300-year-old plantation. See how these spices are processed, wander through the gardens and museum, and sample some traditional island food in the restaurant.
Hike through beautiful scenery and to cascading waterfalls in the mountainous interior of the island. The lush emerald-green landscape features a rich diversity of birds, orchids, and towering rainforest trees.
Kick back on this stunning beach that lives up to its name with soft sands, cobalt water and rustic beach bars, while offshore idyllic Sandy Island offers a Robinson Crusoe experience and excellent snorkelling.