Grenada is often referred to as the Spice Island as their main export was traditionally nutmeg - when you land in Grenada, you may even experience the smell of it in the air – however, more recently the island has turned its hand to growing cocoa and produces some of the Caribbean's best artisanal chocolate.

But it's the beaches, all forty-five of them, that entice travellers on luxury holidays to Grenada. On the idyllic island, with its laid-back Caribbean way of life, you can find authentic roadside cook-ups, beach limes, vibrant festivals, and endless friendly greetings.

With its unspoilt landscapes, Grenada has the perfect balance, appealing to the interest of adventure lovers, beach dwellers, or those looking for romance. Swim in the crystal clear waters of Grand Anse Beach, walk through underground tunnels and passageways at the local forts, or go trekking through the rainforest of Seven Sisters Waterfalls. Grenada, with its luxury holiday resorts, is much more than just a beach holiday destination.


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    Flight time from London
    10 hours 45 minutes
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    Time Zone
    UTC -4
  • Currency icon
    Eastern Caribbean Dollar
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    Best Time to go
    November - April
  • Temperature icon
    Average Temperature
    25°C - 27°C

Featured Grenada Hotels

The Oasis swimming pool at Spice Island Resort, Grenada Morne Rouge, Grenada

This eight-acre property is located right on Grand Anse Beach, one of the Caribbean’s best beaches. Owned and operated by Sir Royston Hopkin, every visit to this luxurious hotel is an experience to be treasured.


Villa pool lat Laluna, Grenada Calliste, Grenada

Created by a former fashion consultant, this hip, boho-chic paradise is a dazzling mix of Italian food and culture and Indonesian architecture, suffused with an easy-going Caribbean vibe.


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