As the ‘Spice Isle’ of the Caribbean, the heady scents of nutmeg follow you to every corner of this beautiful island-nation. Grenada's culture, architecture and flavours are a combination of African, Indigenous, British and French influences. It's perfect sandy beaches hug the entire coastline whilst inland, a lush landscape awaits.
Holidaymakers can choose from a wealth of accommodation options, including guesthouses and self-catering holiday cottages. The biggest concentration of accommodation is found in the Grand Anse resort area, although secluded holiday cottages are found in many other spots all around the island. Those who enjoy being in the throng of it can book self-catering accommodation in the colonial St George’s, the nation’s capital. As well as the accommodation on the main island, more can be found two smaller islands of Petite Martinique and Carriacou, which both offer yet even more tranquil settings.