Often referred to as ‘the spice island’, Grenada is as enigmatic, heady and sensuous as the spices that it grows. Succumb to the individual charm of this romantic destination, with its distinctive culinary inﬂuences, rainforests, waterfalls and idyllic harbour.
Situated in the south of the Caribbean at the foot of the Windward Islands, Grenada is attractive, green and lush with wonderful walking routes through the tropical rainforest at Grand Etang. Swim in the mesmerising Seven Sisters and Concord waterfalls inland, or make the most of the immaculate beaches. Ideally positioned for sailing, why not charter a yacht or catamaran and spend some time meandering through The Grenadines, or take a day trip to sister islands Petit Martinique and Carriacou. Located in St. David, the Laura Land Herb and Spice Garden has numerous samples of trees, herbs and spices grown on the island, where you can take a tour to discover the traditional herbs used in local medicine. The people here are warm, friendly and welcoming and always willing to share their culinary secrets. Be amazed by the delectable ‘Oil Down’, a mélange of callaloo and meat or ﬁsh with characteristic local spices and coconut milk.
Spice Island Beach Resort
Set on Grand Anse Beach, a two mile expanse of flawless fine sand and gentle lapping waves, Spice Island is a tasteful low-rise hamlet of sumptuous suites with dramatic ocean scenery and beautiful gardens. All guest suites showcas [...]View Hotel
Perched along Grand Anse Beach on the southern tip of Grenada, the stylish new Silversands resort has redefined luxury on the island. Chic and understated, yet also bold and exciting, the property is an architectural masterpiece t [...]View Hotel
A charming boutique Relais & Châteaux hotel arranged in a sweeping horseshoe shape overlooking magnificent gardens and the captivatingly scenic L’ Anse Aux Epines Beach, Calabash is renowned for its unique service with a di [...]View Hotel