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Sun, Sea, Sand and... Spice!

Imagine waking up to the beautiful sunrise, enjoying your breakfast on the terrace of your home in Grenada, and getting ready to go out and enjoy all that our island has to offer.
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Often referred to as the island of Spice, this is an island of untouched beauty with warm locals, and a simple lifestyle that will make you feel instantly at ease. This beautiful island boasts long stretches of white sandy beaches, clear blue seas, stunning nature and views. There is a vast choice of real estate on the island, with something to suit every budget and taste.

Whether you are looking to relocate or simply have a home for a quick getaway to the sun, you will find something on the island of Grenada. There is a good choice of condos, villas, townhouses, and single-family homes, with or without pools and with some of the most stunning views you will find in the Caribbean. There is also plenty of vacant land for you to create your dream home, and commercial property too.

Grenada, a rich cultural history.

14th Century – The Caribs were the first inhabitants of the island, who displaced the earlier Arawak Indians. In 1498 Christopher Columbus visited the island, naming it Conception, (It was later renamed Grenada by the Spanish after their city Granada).

1674 – The French finally managed to defeat the fierce Caribs and get control of the island, and by 1753 it was very successful with 100 sugar mills, and 12,000 enslaved Africans.

1783 – Britain took control of the island for the second time from the French under the treaty of Versailles, and introduced the cultivation of cotton, cacao, and nutmeg.

1833 – The abolition of the slave trade took place, by this time the slave population had reached 24,000 on the island.

1974 – Grenada achieved independence and became a constitutional monarchy

1984 - A general election established a democratic government

Today – Over the years that followed up until today, the island has been peaceful and prosperous, with a rise in tourism, construction and improved infrastructure.

Culture, Lifestyle, Fun

We've got it all, join us won't you?
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Whether you are exploring our beautiful countryside, diving down under the waves to see the world’s first under water sculpture park, or enjoying a nice day resting on the sand with a loved one, you can do it all in Grenada.

The island has colorful coral reefs, perfect weather for outdoor activities, and festivals where you can party all night with the locals. Here are just a few activities that might appeal to you:

  • Diving
  • Snorkeling
  • Hiking
  • Distillery Tours
  • National Park Tours
  • Spa Experiences

Dining in Grenada

Thanks to its rich fertile land, and heavy rains, the island produces some of the most delicious fresh vegetables and herbs in the Caribbean. The home-grown livestock feeds on the lush vegetation, creating mouthwatering meat for the variation of dishes served in the restaurants.

Choose from fine dining romantic evenings with lobster and champagne, to a more casual meal with traditional conch fritters. For the less adventurous diner, there are plenty of international restaurants and familiar fast food restaurants such as KFC.

Fish Friday is an event not to miss, every week the fishing village of Gouyave hosts an event with live music, fresh sea food, and delicious drinks.

Grenada is a fantastic place to visit and to live, with a laidback lifestyle, friendly locals, lovely weather and fabulous activities, and of course great weather. As soon as you arrive on the island you will start to feel the relaxation wash over you.