Built on the foundations of a costal battery which guarded the Northern entrance to the town of Gouyave on the leeward western shore - the Gouyave Nutmeg processing plant is a favourite stop over point for visitors. Location: Gouyave St. John Grenada
This fort dominates the town of St. George and is steeped in the ancient and recent history of the island. It is also the Headquarters of the Royal Grenadian Police Force. Location: St. George Grenada
Where most of the spices are grown and receive primary processing, this estate is a historical monument to Grenada's past and open to visitors.» Explore Tripadvisor Reviews Location: Gouyave St. John Grenada
Located on Richmond Hill, this fort affords stunning 360° views which include the town of St. George, Grand Anse, Point Salines, and several settlements in St. David. There is a small entry fee which goes toward its upkeep.» Explore Tripadvisor Reviews Location: Richmond Hill St. George Grenada
In 1795 British control of Grenada was seriously challenged by Julian Fedon, a black planter inspired by the French Revolution. Under his leadership the island's slaves rose up in a violent rebellion, effectively taking control of Grenada. Although the rebellion was crushed by the British, tensions remained high until slavery was abolished in 1834. The site of Fedon's Camp,...
Located in St Patrick only an hour’s scenic drive from the island’s capital, St. George, Belmont Estate is a unique and authentic 17th century plantation that offers guests an opportunity to participate in and observe the workings of a fully functional historic plantation.Our guests can enjoy exciting tours that include visits to our organic farm, gardens, heritage museum, and...
Located north of the town of Sauteurs is a steep cliff face that descends vertically into the sea for more than 100 feet. It was from the top of the cliff that Grenada's last remaining Carib Indians hurled themselves in 1651, preferring suicide to domination by the French. Location: Sauteurs St. Patrick Grenada  
Located north of Grand Etang these springs are best reached by 4x4 jeeps as you travel through banana and nutmeg above Mirabeau Estate. The spring is the most accessible of a number of natural, warm, sulfur springs hidden in the overgrowth. The waist-deep water is clear and surprisingly pleasant smelling - until you stir the bottom with your feet....
Situated in the heart of the rainforest this estate once produced sugar cane, bananas, cocoa, nutmeg and citrus. Now it is a commercial flower-growing business that also produces lemongrass tea and the popular ‘Nutmed’ athletic spray. It also supplies the bulk of the flowers and foliage that make up Grenada’s gold medal displays at Chelsea Flower Show. Location: St. Andrew Grenada
Formerly known as the Grenada Sugar Factory, this is the home of the famous Clarkes Court Rum. Located in Woodlands Valley, St. George, guided tours are available and rum products may be purchased. Location: Woodlands Valley St. George Grenada




few clouds
6.6 ° C
7.2 °
6 °
93 %
20 %
9 °
13 °
13 °
14 °
13 °
- Advertisement -