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Where to go in Grenada

Grenada offers so much choice in terms of landscape, accommodation and activities that whatever you budget or inclination, you'll find something to suit you on the island. Just tell our experts what you're hoping for and they can work with you to create the perfect trip.

The lively capital of St. George's is filled with the typical sights, sounds and smells of the Caribbean. Sample local delicacies, chat with the warm and friendly islanders and wake up with sore feet after having danced the night away to reggae and calypso beats.

Explore the island's beautiful mountain interior and stumble across hot springs, picture-perfect mountain lakes and lush valleys. Trek in the island's secluded south-eastern corner and feel like an explorer discovering a long forgotten land.

The Grand Etang and Levera National Parks are nature reserves ideal for hikers. Home to geographical wonders like the Crater and Seven Sisters Lakes, these parks are also a great place to make a splash in a waterfall and where bird watchers can get a glimpse of exotic species, like the Antillean crested hummingbird.

Sip cocktails on the lively Pink Gin Beach. Pamper yourself with a spa treatment, frolic in the warm, shallow waters or simply sit back and enjoy the panoramic sea views. The blue waters, golden sands and green hills of Tamarind Bay combine to create the archetypal Caribbean picture.

Snorkel and scuba off the idyllic Grand Anse Beach, before kicking back and enjoying the afternoon sun in one the islands best luxury resorts. Totally unwind with a gentle stroll along the beach before heading downtown to St. George's for a romantic dinner for two.

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If you're looking for…

A romantic break

Tamarind Bay and Pink Gin Beach are quiet and luxurious beach resorts perfect for finding a little romance. If you desire idyllic holiday seclusion with a backdrop of some of the most stunning scenery in the Caribbean, then you won't find better anywhere else.

Nature on the trail

Grenada's nature-rich interior is accessible from most of the resorts, including Grand Anse. Saddle up and go pony trekking through the rainforest, or explore thick mangrove swamps on a day excursion and come face to face with some of the islands native wildlife. Just don't forget the binoculars.

Watersports

You won't find a better place to try watersports than the Caribbean and Grenada is no exception. The warm waters and abundant wildlife make it great for divers of all levels. If you fancy tearing it up on a jet ski or board, then there are lots of opportunities at Tamarind Bay and Grand Anse.

Secluded paradise

The island's south-eastern corner is by far the least busy. Find your very own secluded cove away from all the tourists and discover just how peaceful Caribbean life can be. Unwind and recharge your batteries in one of Grenada's least visited gems.

Island life

The bustling capital of St. George's bristles with markets and shopping streets. Pick up some souvenirs and local crafts and enjoy the colourful colonial architecture of one of the Caribbean's most picturesque waterfronts.

Wherever you go in Grenada you'll encounter the same warmth and smiling faces. Combine your luxury break with a trekking adventure or an island-life encounter in St. George's. Or ask our experts to create a mix-and-match experienced where you combine Grenada with another destination or alternatively they can recommend some multi-centre holidays in the Caribbean or beyond.

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These hotels have been carefully hand-picked as excellent Grenada hotels. Each offers it’s own unique perspective but also outstanding value.

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Shyama Ahmet

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Great for families…

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Grenadian by Rex Resorts

Holidays from £1039 per person

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Somewhere for couples…

Sandals LaSource Grenada Resort & Spa

Sandals LaSource Grenada Resort & Spa

Holidays from £1699 per person

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All inclusive…

true blue bay boutique resort

True Blue Bay Boutique Resort

Holidays from £1119 per person

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Places of interest in Grenada

Depending on the type of location you want, the kind of facilities you'd like to find and the proximity to certain attractions, we have a good number of areas for you to choose from and stay at during your holiday.

Whether you want a pumping and energetic beachside retreat, a tranquil setting in a secluded cove, a hillside resort perched in the midst of nature, or a strategic central location close to civilisation and buzzing city life, nightclubs, theme parks and other kinds of leisure attractions, we can advise you on the best places for you.

Choose from our selection of handpicked places and be based right at the place that's most ideal for you and your travelling party

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