Most visitors to Grenada discover that the island is truly beautiful in many different ways. Whether it’s the rainforest vegetation, the waterfalls and mountains or the beautiful white sand beaches, our visitors usually claim that they have been wowwed by something along their travels. In this post we’re continuing our ‘things to do’ series. […]
With it’s natural reef/barrier, Bathway Beach is one of the most user-friendly of the beaches in Grenada’s north. White sand, trees for shade and a pretty view make this beach one of those memorable spots that you’ll remember a long time after your holiday in the sun. There’s an information centre on the beach where […]
Many people who are already acquainted with Grenada will think of Grande Anse Beach as being the most popular beach on the island, however there are many more beaches to discover. We are hoping to introduce you to some new finds in our Grenada Beaches series of blog posts. The north coast is quieter and […]
Grenada is one of the Caribbean’s most popular islands and getting married here is an excellent way to have a truly memorable destination wedding. Whether you are planning a small intimate affair or you would like something larger, then Grenada has your dream wedding package ready for you.
Grenada Hiking Notes: From Sauteurs to Levera Beach (extract from Paul Crask’s Bradt Guide to Grenada)
Grenada is a wonderful location for hiking. Paul Crask has been kind enough to give us permission to reprint this hike from his guide to Grenada. Hike from Sauteurs to Levera (and onto Bathway Beach) (Duration: 3 hours there & back, Grade 1, guide: not required, site fee: none) Levera Beach can be accessed […]
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.
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 […]