Grenada is a beautiful island and walking provides an opportunity to experience that fully. There are plenty of walks of all grades.
Just one month into service at Petite Anse restaurant and Royston ‘Max’ Maxwell has been putting his own creative stamp on Petite Anse.
This weekend (December 2nd and 3rd 2011) brings with it Sauteurs popular Camerhogne Folk Festival. The festival will celebrate and showcase the Spice Island’s African heritage and traditions. Kicking off on the Friday night with the opening ceremony, the festival runs for 2 further days finishing with a grand concert. You can also expect to […]
The eco regions of the Caribbean and of Grenada have been found to be richly diverse and play host to a wide variety of flora and fauna. From the reefs in the Caribbean Sea to the moist rainforests that are found in the Grand Etang National Park, there are several species that are close to […]
Just close to the hotel here at Petite Anse, we’ve got a secret spot that we like to send our clients to. When they go there, they always come back amazed by the beauty of it. Sandy Island can only really be described as beautiful, a paradise and an adventure.
We make our own ice cream and it’s always been a big hit with our guests and visitors here at Petite Anse. We pride ourselves on our extensive offering of flavours. Each of our blends is created with fresh produce where possible. Once in a while, our kitchen team enjoy exploring some of the more […]
Gouyave – as you can imagine is named after it’s guava fruit trees. The French changed the name of the town from Charlotte Town (named after Britain’s Queen Charlotte) many years ago. The town is one of the biggest fishing towns in Grenada. It’s also known across the island as an entertainment town and is […]
People travel far and wide to replace the cold of winter for the exquisite feeling of warm sand between the toes. As part of our series on Grenada beaches, we’re going to share with you a beach that can be crowded and busy on public holidays, but for the rest of the time, you’ll have […]
Recipes at Petite Anse are prepared from fresh local produce including herbs and vegetables from our own kitchen garden. Our menu is influenced mostly by European and Caribbean dishes, but you will find the occasional entry from Asia! Our kitchen garden has been in operation for several years, however it was recently relocated from the […]
Ever wondered what you might be eating if you take a holiday in Grenada? Well here at Petite Anse, we’ve put together 10 of the most scrumptious items on our menu that we feel you really must try before you leave Grenada. They aren’t all Caribbean based dishes, but they have all earned their popularity […]