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When it comes to Caribbean getaways, Grenada West Indies is bound to be one of the first destinations that come to mind. The country’s culture is just as attractive to vacation visitors as its stunning beaches and rainforest waterfalls, making it a place that’s hard to resist. No matter how you plan to spend your time, the best affordable vacation rentals in Grenada are found on Airbnb.

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Picture yourself in a Caribbean Airbnb basking in the sun, reading that book you’ve been meaning to get to, sipping your coffee, or cocktails at sunset, on your veranda, and enjoying excellent home-cooked meals prepared in your own private kitchen!   It’s all possible and just waiting for you in a fabulous Airbnb on the island of Grenada. Set your own schedule and begin to relax the moment you walk through the doors of your home away from home!

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Grenada top attractions

There are many things to do in Grenada West Indies, and, as one of the Caribbean’s quietest islands, the historical and natural sites you’ll find here are rarely crowded.

  • Some of the best free things to do in Grenada WI involve marveling at the local scenery and stunning landscape. While there are fees for access to the island’s best waterfalls, such as Annandale Falls, Concord Falls, Royal Mount Carmel Falls, and the Seven Sisters, the cost is typically only $2-5 us dollars.
  • Visiting the island’s gardens is another way to enjoy the natural scenery, and Grenada has many of them! While the botanical gardens are beautiful, one of the more unique things to do in Grenada is to visit the spice gardens. Grenada is known as the ‘Spice Isle’ famed for its many nutmeg plantations.
  • For history lovers, Grenada’s forts are certainly a top attraction. Walking through the old underground tunnels and passageways is a great way to understand more about the political and military background of the island. Fort George, considered one of the most significant structures in Grenada, is a must-visit.

Beaches In Grenada West Indies

Grenada beaches are among the loveliest in the Caribbean. From the bustling sands in the southwest to the quiet, picture-perfect stretches to the north, there’s a beach to suit every mood!

  • Grand Anse Beach, Grenada, is the island’s most popular beachfront, located just a short distance from St George’s. The white sands are lined with almond, palm, and sea grape trees, and while busy, it’s never crowded. There are excellent accommodation options here, too, such as the stunning Coyaba Beach Resort.
  • Magazine Beach benefits from being close to all the action, yet the beach itself has few amenities, so there’s very little distraction if you’re simply looking to chill out and relax. Popular with guests from the nearby hotels, you’ll find this to be a very international beach, attracting people from all across the world.
  • La Sagesse Beach is a real hidden gem, and among those that have discovered it, it’s known as the most romantic spot on the island. A part of the La Sagesse Nature Centre, the beach is lined with coconut trees. With crystal clear waters, this is a great place for snorkeling and swimming.
  • Bathway Beach, located on the island’s north coast, is almost always deserted… except on Grenada’s national holidays when it transforms into a lively hub of activity. No matter when you visit, this is the perfect place to pack a picnic and unwind. You can also swim here in the calm waters in front of the reef.

Grenada family holidays

Grenada WI is a great destination for younger children, who’ll love playing on the beaches, and for older children and teenagers who will be awestruck by the island’s dramatic landscape and colorful culture.

  • Pop your walking boots on and take the kids on an exciting hike to one of Grenada’s many beautiful waterfalls. The pathways are typically very well marked and maintained, but often require a little bit of scrambling up rocks, so if your kids love a bit of adventure, they’ll love climbing up to see the falls.
  • For families that don’t want to be cooped up in a vehicle all day long, Saint George’s can easily be explored on foot. The town’s mountainous, narrow streets are ideal for strolling around, taking in the sights and sounds of this bustling capital. Make your kids designated photographers for the day, and see what they can capture.
  • Saint George’s is a very family-friendly town, home to welcoming locals who help to make the area a very safe place for families to visit. Many locals run shops, outdoor cafes, and market stalls which are dotted all around the town, ensuring that there are always refreshments available for the little ones.

Grenada’s couple holidays

With its warm weather and pristine sandy beaches, Grenada really is a romantic tropical paradise. Its quiet, secluded nature means there are plenty of places to enjoy a private, intimate date night.

  • There is no better place for couples than the beach. Anse La Roche Beach on the island of Carriacou is an unspoiled stretch of sand accessible only by a half-mile hike, so it’s very secluded. La Sagesse on the main island is another fab spot, ranked by the Sunday Times as one of the best beaches in the world.
  • If you do visit La Sagesse, be sure to pay a visit to the Nature Centre and take a stroll through the relaxing tropical gardens. As a protected area, a center is a great place for spotting wildlife endemic to the island, such as the Grenada Frog, the Grenada Worm Snake, and the Tropical Racer.
  • Grenada is very beautiful, and it’s no surprise that the island is one of the most popular wedding destinations in the Caribbean. Many Grenada all-inclusive resorts for adults will have their own on-site wedding planners, helping you to plan your dream wedding and reception overlooking the beach.

Eating out in Grenada

There’s a good reason why Grenada is known as the ‘Spice Isle’, Spices play a huge role in the local cuisine, and restaurants in Grenada WI are known for serving up mouthwatering dishes with a real kick.

  • If you love a bit of spice, indulge your taste buds, and sample dishes made from locally grown nutmeg. Nutmeg ice cream is a huge hit (and it’s very refreshing on a hot day), but you’ll also find a variety of other local spices incorporated into fresh seafood dishes, and into spicy roti bread, too.
  • No trip to Grenada is complete without trying the national dish: Oildown. Oildown is a Caribbean stew made from meat, breadfruit, vegetables, and dumplings, and thickened and flavored with coconut milk. Oildown is also the name of local street parties, where this warming dish is served up to hungry revelers.
  • If you’re not so keen on trying Caribbean cuisine, don’t worry! If you’re staying in St George’s especially, you’ll find all sorts of international cuisine on offer in this vibrant capital city. Italian and Chinese eateries are incredibly popular, and even if you’re traveling with kids you’ll find something tasty.
  • The rum scene in Grenada is thriving, and many bars and restaurants offer up local rums just as wines are served up across Europe. A tour of the River Antoine Rum Distillery is a great place to learn more about the island’s favourite spirit. Beer drinkers should order a Carib, a local Caribbean lager.

Nightlife in Grenada 

Although Grenada is very sleepy and serene during the day, it truly comes alive at night. Whether it’s live music, exotic cocktails, or beachside partying, there’s always something going on after dark on the island.

  • The capital of St George’s is considered to be Grenada’s nightlife hotspot. The bananas sports bar is a very popular venue with both locals and visitors, with a daily happy hour, and various drink offers throughout the week (including all-you-can-drink beer!). The pizzas here are some of the best on the island.
  • For a quieter night out, the Dodgy Dock boasts a lovely terrace overlooking the sea. It’s a great place for laid-back cocktails and socializing into the wee hours. Like Bananas, there are themed events all through the week, including rum tasting nights, romantic nights, Tex-Mex nights, and even chocolate nights!
  • There’s always something going on in Grenada. It’s highly recommended that travelers pick up the free Lime and Dine magazine from their hotel (or you can download the app for your phone) which lists all the nightlife options, and most other scheduled events.