Calliste is entirely land-locked and features little development outside of residential homes, a few shops, and a couple of restaurants. The good news is that Calliste is located in St. George's Parish, not far from the busier parts of Grenada, so you'll find plenty of attractions to explore and interesting places to visit during your vacation.
You will discover a large number of beaches to consider in and around the area. Snorkeling is available at some locations, for people who enjoy this relaxing pastime. Just click on the name of the beach to read a detailed article concerning that section of the coast.
A nice beach where you can go snorkeling is Magazine Beach. Pristine, almost pink colored sand lines the shore of Magazine Beach, which is backed by Rex Resort and dotted with palm trees. The water is warm, calm, and emerald green.
Another good option for visitors who enjoy snorkeling is Parc a Boeuf Beach. Follow the road to Dr. Groom's Bar, where you will find Parc a Boeuf Beach.
Pink Gin Beach: While visiting Pink Gin Beach, sunworshippers can enjoy a wide selection if watersports including snorkeling at the colorful coral reef formation. Beach goers can also find kayak rentals, a shopping center less than five miles away, and a fascinating volcanic crater lake.
Calliste and the surrounding areas have quite a few other beach choices. Click here to check out our extended discussion of beaches for Calliste.
If you are looking to do some sight-seeing, visit. It is located in Bamboo, 0.9 mi. South of central Calliste. Located in on St. George's University, the memorial is in honor of the 19 American soldiers who died during Operation Urgent Fury.
Another landmark that often intrigues visitors is Fort George. It is found in downtown St. George, 3.0 mi. North-Northeast of central Calliste. Completed by the British in 1710, Fort George served to protect St. George's City from attack. Today, only some portions of the fort is open to the public, with the other part serving as offices for the Royal Grenada Police Force.
Grenada National Museum: The Grenada National Museum is housed in an old army barracks and prison that was originally built in 1704. The museum is located off Young Street, and is a quaint locale, but filled with a great deal of interesting information about island history and culture.
But that's not all -- you will find a full range of other places to visit. Visit this article which is all about landmarks nearby if you'd like additional specifics.
Travelers who like spending time outdoors will often enjoy visiting Mt. Hartman Dove Sanctuary. After an endemic that threatened the local Grenada Dove population, the Mt. Hartman Dove Sancturay was created to protect the bird.
A second attraction you might want to consider is St. Rose Nursery and Garden. Guests to Grenada looking to explore some of the more natural side of the island without leaving the convenience of civilization may want to look at the St. Rose Nursery and Gardens. This compromise of nature and development will take you through a collection of vegetation and flowers that are perfect for a quick relaxing activity.
These examples are just a few of what you can find. Read this page about natural attractions nearby if you're looking for more information.
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