Known as the island of spice, nutmeg and cinnamon are national treasures here, and rum distilleries and cocoa plantations are also a big part of everyday life on the island. After a morning of exploring, relax with a book in a swinging hammock, or take a stroll along the shore past beach bars and splashing waves to a deserted cove for a swim in the shallow turquoise waters.
Further up the coast are fishing villages with coastal restaurants serving the freshest catch of the day, and local rum cocktails. Explore the harbour town capital of St George with its 18th century heritage including french and British inspired architecture, the oldest fortress on the island and a horseshoe-shaped working harbour. Snorkelling near here offers something a little different than your every-day experience: Grenada is home to its very own underwater sculpture park featuring over 70 works of art – a museum with a twist. Come and explore the Isle of Spice – you won’t be disappointed.