Grenada, the most southerly of the Windward Islands, combines beautiful beaches, state of the art marinas and a thoroughly friendly vibe with the ever-present smell of nutmeg. No surprise then that it is called The Spice Island.
One fifth of Grenada is National Park, rich in rainforest and waterfalls but it is the sea where most interest is focused. Grenada is the gateway to the lovely Grenadines, considered to have some of the best sailing in the Caribbean. As the starting point for a sailing holiday or a convenient berth to moor a boat, Grenada is hard to beat. The island has four well-serviced marinas and insurance companies consider Grenada to be outside of the main hurricane belt.
Waterfront property with boat berths on Grenada are substantially more affordable than in more visited islands to the north. Within fifteen minutes of the international airport in the south, attractive small scale developments offer apartments through to large detached villas all a short walk from golden beaches and conveniently close to the marinas and shops around the capital, St George.