Top ChoiceDive Site in St George's

Underwater Sculpture Park

An underwater gallery beneath the sea, just north of St George’s in Molinière Bay. The project was founded by British artist Jason de Caires Taylor and there are now more than 80 pieces in more than a dozen main...

Top ChoiceFort in St George's

Fort Frederick

Constructed by the French in 1779, Fort Frederick was soon used – paradoxically – by the British in defense against the French, although it never fired a cannon in anger. It’s the island’s best-preserved fort,...

Top ChoiceFactory in Gouyave

Nutmeg Processing Cooperative

Nutmeg Processing Cooperative

On Gouyave's main road, you can literally smell one of the most important aspects of Grenada's heritage: nutmeg. This large nutmeg processing station is a vast, drafty old facility where workers sort the fragrant...

Top ChoiceBeach in Eastern Grenada

Levera Beach

Backed by low, eroding sea cliffs, Levera Beach is a wild, beautiful sweep of sand that gets few visitors. Just offshore is the high, pointed Sugar Loaf Island, while the Grenadine islands dot the horizon to the...

Beach in Grand Anse

Grand Anse

Grenada's main resort area is a lovely long sweep of white sand fronted by turquoise water and backed by hills. It has the highest concentration of big hotels, bars, eateries and water sports on the island but...

Distillery in Eastern Grenada

River Antoine Rum Distillery

River Antoine has produced rum since 1785 and still produces in the traditional way. Tours here cover all aspects of the smoky, pungent production process, from the crushing of cane to fermentation and...

Fort in St George's

Fort George

Fort George

Grenada’s oldest fort was established by the French in 1705 and it's the centerpiece of the St George’s skyline. You can climb to the top to see the cannons and bird’s-eye views. Just outside the main fort area...

Farm in Eastern Grenada

Belmont Estate

Cocoa is Grenada's main crop and it's celebrated at this 300-year-old working organic plantation. Among the other crops here: cinnamon, cloves, bay leaf, ginger and nutmeg. Guided tours explain cocoa production,...

Beach in Eastern Grenada

Bathway Beach

From River Sallee, a road leads to Bathway Beach, a lovely long stretch of coral sands. A rock shelf parallels the shoreline, creating a very long sheltered pool that’s great for swimming. There are usually...

Waterfall in Grenada Island

Concord Falls

There are a couple of scenic waterfalls along the Concord River. The lowest, a picturesque 100ft cascade, can be viewed by driving to the end of Concord Mountain Rd, a side road leading 1.5 miles inland from the...

Monument in Grenville

Pearl Airfield

Once the island's main airport, this airfield just north of Grenville was taken over by marines during the US invasion, leaving two Cuban planes stranded beside the runway. Now it's a peculiarly peaceful scene...

Beach in Point Salines & True Blue

Magazine Beach

The final port of call for travelers getting a last-minute dose of sea and sand before hopping on a plane, Magazine Beach has been nicknamed by locals 'the Caribbean’s prettiest departure lounge.' Its white sands...

Church in St George's

St George’s Anglican Church

Erected in 1825, St George’s is topped by a squat four-sided clock tower that serves as the town's timepiece, and which didn't cease to work when the building was heavily damaged in the 2004 hurricane. Repairs to...

Park in Morne Rouge Bay

Quarantine Point Park

A lovely grassy area at the end of the peninsula dividing Grand Anse and Morne Rouge Bay, Quarantine Point affords fine views over the water to the capital with a curtain of dramatic green mountains as a...

Harbor in St George's

Carenage

Carenage

A scenic inlet, the Carenage is a great place for a stroll along the water’s edge, taking in the colorful fishing boats and the bustle of supplies being loaded for other islands. At the north end, some of the...

Park in Grand Anse

Camerhogne Park

A well-maintained green space running from the Spiceland Mall down to the white sands of Grand Anse. If you're visiting for the day, it's a good place to base yourself – here you'll find change rooms (EC$1),...

Waterfall in Grand Etang Road

Annandale Falls

An idyllic waterfall with a 30ft drop, Annandale Falls is surrounded by a grotto of lush vegetation and has a large pool where you can take a refreshing swim. It's a two-minute walk from the visitor center. It...

Church in St George's

Cathedral of the Immaculate Conception

Sitting pretty at the top of the capital’s hill, St George’s Roman Catholic cathedral provides a great vantage point over the town. Though Hurricane Ivan all but gutted the structure in 2004, it’s since been...

Beach in Point Salines & True Blue

Grooms Beach

A lovely secluded bay with a swath of soft powdery sand and warm blue waters that are good for snorkeling.

Archaeological Site in Sauteurs

Mount Richmond Petroglyph

Located a couple of miles south of Sauters, this large riverside stone is covered with carvings and is among the most important indigenous relics on the island. There is a small community-run interpretation...