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Grenada consists of the main island of Grenada, two smaller islands, Carriacou and Petite Martinique, and several small islands which lie to the north of the main island and are part of the Grenadines: Ronde Island, Caille Island, Diamond Island, Large Island, Saline Island, and Frigate Island. Grenada’s capital, St. George’s, is resplendent with colourful homes, Georgian buildings and an early-18th-century ‘Fort George’, overlooking the iconic ‘Carenage’, a natural horse-shoe shaped harbour.

Spice of the Caribbean

Affectionately called the Spice of the Caribbean, Grenada is the world’s second-largest producer of nutmeg and a significant producer of mace, cinnamon, ginger and cloves. These spices define the delectable Grenadian cuisine including award-winning chocolates and rum. The integration of spices and various cultural influences (European, Amerindian, African and East Indian) have resulted in a flavourful culinary heritage and Grenada is proud to have been the very first Accredited Culinary Capital by the World Food Travel Association. In addition to its culinary delights, Grenada boasts beautiful scenery with lush rainforests, mountains, lakes, sulphur springs, rivers and waterfalls. The islands are home to 40 breathtaking beaches including the 3 km (1.9 mi) Grand Anse Beach in St. George’s, often described as one of the best beaches in the world.

Grenada has gained distinction as a yachting destination and was named the 2023 Yachting Destination of the Year by Caribbean Journal. In addition to world class marinas and amenities, premier level regattas and fishing tournaments, including the Grenada Sailing Week and Atlantic crossing races, are a common feature throughout the year.

Underwater Sculpture Park

Grenada is also home to the world’s first underwater gallery, located in the Molinere Bay Marine Protected Area, off Grenada’s west coast. Created by renowned sculptor Jason de Caires Taylor, and first installed in 2006, the Molinere Bay Underwater Sculpture Park is an innovative fusion of art, tourism and marine conservation. In November 2023, Grenada’s Underwater Museum expanded with the addition of 31 new sculptures, aptly named the “Coral Carnival,” which are inspired by Grenadian traditional carnival and folklore characters. As artificial reefs, the Molinere Bay underwater sculptures have been successful in attracting a stunning array of varied marine life and are among Grenada’s most popular under-water attractions.

With a focus on promoting culture, heritage and community-based tourism, Grenada offers several historical sites, and hosts annual festivals including the Carriacou Maroon and String Band Music Festival in April, Grenada’s Chocolate Fest in May and the national Carnival celebration ‘Spicemas’, in August, in August.

Grenada, Carriacou and Petite Martinique: With three islands at your fingertips, the possibilities are endless. 

About the Grenada Tourism Authority

The Grenada Tourism Authority (GTA) is the National Tourism Organization of Grenada, responsible for the development of the tourism sector of Grenada, Carriacou, and Petite Martinique through destination management and marketing. Day-to-day operations include product development, quality standardization and certification, research, planning, marketing and Public Relations. For more information please visit