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Grenada for couples

When it comes to peaceful romantic breaks in a picturesque setting, you'll struggle to beat Grenada – the true picture of bliss in an idyllic tropical paradise. Like many of the isles in this part of the world, it boasts an exceptional coastline dotted with beautiful white-sand beaches, while its interior is covered by forest and features spectacular waterfalls, lakes and rivers.

There are delightful hidden and secluded areas where you can spend time in your partner's company. Whether you want to seek out one of the beautiful waterfalls, or discover a tucked away cove, the choice is entirely yours.

In terms of where to stay, there are many options, with numerous high-end resorts located along Grenada's coast. Most of these are alongside stunning sandy beaches where you can lie back and relax with your loved one if neither of you fancy exploring too far afield.

Discover romantic scenery

Even if you predominantly want to relax at your hotel, either by the pool or on the beach, you should take at least one day to discover some of the beautiful national parks. The Grand Etang National Park and Forest Reserve is one of the best places to explore, with its wonderful forests and vast, tranquil lake.

If you fancy a bit of a walk, follow the trail to the beautiful Seven Sisters waterfall, which plummets into a cooling pool where you can go for a swim surrounded by the verdant jungle. As it's quite a long walk through dense forest in places, it's advisable to go with a guide.

Levera National Park is another great place for couples to visit, with its stunning beaches backed by amazing forests. Take some time to visit its lagoon, which is home to all manner of birdlife, or to go snorkelling on the colourful coral reefs just offshore.

There are various walks here too, including a circular trail that runs around the edge of its central lagoon.

Enjoy delicious meals

Grenada is a brilliant place for gastronomes, with the country offering some delicious dishes that are enhanced by the spices that are cultivated here - it isn't known as the Island of Spice for nothing. You'll notice a range of influences in the cuisine. As well as Caribbean flavours, you've got French, English and African culinary traditions in the mix too, producing interesting and varied food.

Seafood is, naturally, one of the highlights, with fresh fish often just barbecued and served up with rice or a selection of exotic vegetables on the side. One speciality you must try is the famous Grenadian Stew, which features either salted meat or fish, along with root vegetables, breadfruit and dasheen leaves cooked in a spiced coconut milk sauce.

If you've got a sweet tooth, sample some of the local desserts, which include the intriguing guava cheese or tamarind balls.

There are numerous restaurants with fantastic sea views that provide the perfect backdrop for a romantic meal, while many hotels will be happy to set up a table on the beach for an intimate evening with your loved one.

Honeymoons in Grenada

The island is a popular destination for honeymoons, with its pristine beaches, all inclusive hotels and wonderful unspoilt interior. Couples looking to get away from it all should consider Tamarind Bay as a base, with this picturesque resort located on the island's south-westernmost tip.

If you're after somewhere a little more lively, book a stay at a hotel in Grand Anse, which is within easy reach of the capital St George, home to numerous restaurants and bars where you can mingle with the locals and have an evening out.

Many of the best hotels in Grenada have their own spas, where you can enjoy an indulgent couple's treatment or simply relax and unwind separately. Many resorts also have extensive sports facilities, so if you want to add some action and adventure to your break it will be easy. Scuba diving, water skiing, snorkelling and kayaking are just a few of your potential options.

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