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The ‘Spice Island’ is one of the Caribbean’s most picturesque, with the capital of St George’s providing a colourful backdrop to its delightful harbour. Further inland, rainforests, waterfalls and lakes lend their own scenic splendour whilst Grand Anse beach rates alongside any of the world’s finest stretches of sand.

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The Calabash Hotel, Grenada (Caribbean)

Set on the secluded L'Anse aux Épines bay, on the south coast of Grenada, the Calabash hotel is a quiet luxury retreat with 30 suites housed in two-storey cottages, arranged in a horseshoe shape around the three hectares of lush tropical gardens which overlook the sea. All suites are well appoint...    read more

Spice Island Beach Resort, Grenada (Caribbean)

Located on Grand Anse, one of Grenada's most beautiful beaches, Spice Island Beach Resort is a family-owned-and-operated hotel, set amid three hectares of tropical gardens. This elegant Caribbean retreat offers a wide selection of beachfront, garden and pool suites. The 32 beachfront suites have ...    read more

The Spice of Life

The Spice of Life

A trip to the bustling and vibrant Saturday market in the capital of St George’s will give visitors ample opportunities to sample and purchase a whole variety of exotic spices. In fact, wherever you go on Grenada, you can sense the fragrances of Cinnamon, Ginger, Nutmeg, Turmeric or Saffron and the islanders are keen to share with visitors their abundance of home-grown delicacies.
Explore Grenada

Explore Grenada

Gain an insight into Grenada’s history by visiting the Grenville Nutmeg Station, Grenada Sugar Factory, the Westerhall and River Antoine Rum Distilleries and Belmont Estate, a 300 year old working plantation. Learn about the battles between the British and the French at Fort George and to get those muscles working, hike through the rain forest to the Seven Sisters Waterfalls.
Relax in Grenada

Relax in Grenada

Grenada is blessed with some wonderful beaches, from unpopulated coves to the famous 2-mile Grand Anse. A dip in one of the island’s seven waterfalls is a great way to cool off and for a real treat in the evening, dine at Gary Rhodes’ restaurant at The Calabash hotel.


The Grenada Drum Festival, held annually in May at the Tivoli Playing Fields, with professional, local and international drumming groups capturing the drumming and dancing traditions of the islanders’ African ancestors.