Grand Anse Beach Located on two incredible miles of white sand and sunshine, this sheltered bay has become a favorite for both visitors and locals alike. This beautiful beach is heavily featured in advertisements about Grenada and its islands, and is located conveniently next to several major hotels. Grand Anse is also well known for having the most serene and calm conditions since the beach is located on the western leeward side of the island sheltering it from high waves, strong currents, and winds.
LaSagesse Beach Another beautiful Grenada beach, this location is also the perfect place for when you need to find a family friendly beach. With sand as far as the eye can see, and a beautiful calm and shallow cove, your children will be able to play for hours without much worry of harm or boredom. Feeling hungry? This beach also offers La Sagesse Nature Resort with full hotel and restaurant for all of your needs.
Bathway Beach Another popular beach location both for tourists and locals alike is Bathway Beach. Located on the North Eastern end of the island, Bathway offers a fairly large amount of sheltered water where even the non-swimmer can feel comfortable soaking. However, this beach is on the Atlantic Coastline, which means that at certain times of the year the water can get quite choppy.
Morne Rouge Beach Just a short distance south of Grand Anse is the island paradise of Morne Rouge Beach. Located on a tropical serene and quiet bay, this is the perfect Grenada beach location to relax on the beach with a cold drink or a good book.
Annandale Falls This is one of the easiest waterfalls to get to, with a well tended path which is lined with local fruit trees and flowering plants. It is also one of the smaller waterfalls, and is a favourite point of interest for bus tours.
Concord Waterfalls Concord is not one, but three waterfalls. It is situated on the edge of the forest reserve on the western side of the island, and therefore the water is crystal clear and ice cold. Of the three waterfalls in this area, the first one is the most readily accessible and most photographed, with a paved road leading almost directly up to it.
Au Coin Waterfall The second (Au Coin) of the three falls is bigger and taller, and is reached only after a 45 minute hike. The trail goes through a nutmeg plantation and is readily marked, so a guide is not absolutely necessary. However, a guided tour with someone who can show you the different types of cultivated plants and their uses is well worth it.
Mr. Carmel Waterfall Situated two miles south of Grenville, and also known as the Marquis Falls, this is the highest on the island, with two falls cascading over 70 feet into the pools below.
Seven Sisters Waterfalls If you are a hiking enthusiast, and are considering a hike through the rain forest, then you should make the Seven Sisters Falls one of your destinations. This is not a very difficult hike, and it will take you through a private plantation where you will get the chance to see cocoa, nutmeg and banana trees and how they are grown. The hike to the falls only takes about 45 minutes, and you will pass through a section of the rain forest to get there.
Vendors Market Located right at the Grand Beach and offers a wide variety of spices, jewellery, crafts, souvenirs, local food and much much more. From drinks and small snacks, to souvenirs and beach chairs.
Market Square Grenada's market is one of the most colourful in the Caribbean. It is at its very most colourful on Saturday mornings: full to bursting, bustling, all tables laden with fruit ,vegetables and, this being Grenada, spices. All set out on (usually) rickety tables, shaded (more or less) by colourful umbrellas.
Fort George Fort George was built from 1706 - 1710, on an early battery erected by the French in the 1600s, and originally named Fort Royal, it was renamed Fort George in 1763, in honour of King George III when the British took possession of the island, Consequently, 2006 - 2010 would be its 300th anniversary.
Fort Frederick Along with three other forts, one just next door and eminently visitable, though not in good condition (the Americans bombed it in 1983), Fort Frederick was started by the French to secure their position after they had so easily captured the island from the British in 1779.
Helvellyn House HELVELLYN HOUSE (and Food. And Garden, and View. Well, Views.) ....is one watering hole about as far north as you can go without getting your feet wet. It is a place where estate agents (and landscape artists) must surely run out of superlatives and resort to clichés.