Holiday villas in Grenada offer a luxurious opportunity to discover and enjoy these beautiful, unspoilt islands. The Grenadines have a myriad of turquoise bays and anchorages to explore. These include the Tobago Cays, breathtakingly lovely and totally untouched by today's commercialism, Mustique, conjuring up images of an idyllic lifestyle only glimpsed by a privileged few, and Bequia, resonant of days gone by when life was lived at a relaxed pace. A luxury, 70ft Sunseeker powerboat can be hired to take you through these magical islands in comfort and style.
Grenada lies between Trinidad and Tobago to the south and St Vincent and the Grenadines to the north, in the Eastern Caribbean at the southern end of the Windward Islands.
A lush green island with a central mountain range, Grenada is one of the least spoiled, least touristy, least populated and most beautiful of the Caribbean islands.
There are 45 beaches in Grenada – with many long stretches of near deserted palm fringed pristine sand. Its sheltered anchorages and enchanting bays make Grenada a popular yachting centre particularly as it lies south of the hurricane belt.
Grenada is best known as the Spice Island, supplying nutmeg, mace, cinnamon, saffron, cloves, ginger and many others to the world. It has plantations including nutmeg, sugar cane, bananas, citrus fruit and mangoes, tropical rain forests, crater lakes and spectacular waterfalls. The Grenadiens are friendly, warm hearted people who are proud to welcome visitors to their peaceful and tranquil island in the sun.
The Weather: Grenada has a superb climate all year the temperature usually only varies between 28°C and 30°C (84°F to 87°F) during the day. Cooling northeasterly breezes make a very pleasant climate all year round. Even when it does rain the sun is usually shining again in half an hour!
Scuba diving and snorkelling are widely available along the beautiful Grenada coastline. Beneath the sparkling sea you can view extensive reef formations, a vast range of marine life, and several large shipwrecks offering top class and challenging diving.
Grenada carnival is the national event of the year, usually the second week in August.
There is a Nine hole Grenada Golf Course (near Grand Anse).