Posted February 9, 2011 by BookingBuddy
Discover the spicy side of life with a holiday in Grenada! The beaches here are less crowded than some other Caribbean islands, but they are no less beautiful. Away from the beaches, you’ll discover an abundance of cool waterfalls, flourishing nature reserves, and notable forts. Visitors may also want to check out the spice plantations and bring home some freshly harvested spices for themselves.
Petit Anse Hotel – Located in a beautiful, secluded cove, the Petit Anse Hotel provides guests with beachfront views, as well as a tranquil garden to relax in. Unwind on your four poster bed while the ceiling fan keeps you cool in your room. The hotel is not far from a beach where turtles lay their eggs, so you may even be able to go turtle-watching! Room rates start from £75.
Gouyave Nutmeg Factory – Visit this nutmeg processing plant to for an insight into why Grenada is known as the ‘Island of Spice’. Nutmeg and mace, the island’s most popular exports, are sorted and processed in this factory, one of Grenada’s largest processing facilities. Get a personalised jute bag from the stencil room to remember your trip, and visit ‘Nutmeg World’ for pre-packaged spices.
La Sagesse – Sitting on a stretch of dramatic black sand beach, La Sagesse is famous for its fresh fish and seafood, as well as for its take on Grenadian cuisine. Their ‘Catch of the Day’ platter features the best of the day’s catch. Other dishes include savoury lambi (conch) creole, grilled lobster tail, filet mignon and chicken piccata.
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