Grenada is a group of islands in the Caribbean, northeast of Trinidad and Tobago and southwest of St Vincent and the Grenadines, and is known for its spice and cocoa production. The weather is always pleasantly warm, with a trade wind taking the edge off the heat in the middle of summer.
The capital, St. George’s, is situated in the south west of the largest island, also called Grenada, and is known for its abundant quality restaurants serving up the best of Caribbean cuisine.
A visit to the spice estates and spice and flower gardens is a must for your visit, and there are some breathtaking waterfalls to be admired on the islands. If sunbathing is more up your street, you’re in for a treat with the stretches of endless white sandy beaches and crystal clear water, making Grenada ideal for snorkelling.
The markets are well worth a visit, particularly the Gouyave fishing village on the west coast with its abundance of fresh fish and shellfish for sale.