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Where life is mellow, unrushed and fragrantly seasoned

With the scent of nutmeg, cloves, cinnamon, ginger and vanilla in the air, it’s easy to understand why Grenada is known as the Spice Island. It could however also be called the Fruit Island thanks to the luscious bounty growing profusely in the green hills, or even the Beach Island thanks to the array of gorgeous, soft-sand beaches.

If you like to while away days soaking up the sun on beautiful beaches and swimming in stunningly blue waters Grenada could well be the place for you. Trimmed with 45 breathtaking beaches and countless secluded coves including iconic Grande Anse, which boasts two miles of soft white sands and is regarded as one of the finest beaches in the region. In the south of the island is the fairly secluded Lance Aux Epines beach, while other hideaways include La Sagesse, Bathway and Levara Beach.

Why visit Grenada?

  • Pristine beaches
  • Buildings no taller than palm trees
  • Hiking and nature trails
  • Spice plantations
  • Underwater sculpture park
  • Smiling faces at every turn
  • Nearby islands for day trips

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The facts:

Flight duration: Grenada is approximately 10 hours 45 minutes from the UK (via Antigua or St Lucia).

Recommended airlines flying non-stop to Grenada: British Airways (via Antigua or St Lucia); Virgin Atlantic (via St Lucia).

Grenada climate:

Grenada  Climate Chart