The island of Curriacou was once full of remote estates, and scattered mills. However, as economic conditions changed, the estates were abandoned and now are in ruins. Scattered throughout the island's center, hikers and anyone up for a little exploration are free to visit them.
While efforts have been made to protect and renovate the ruins, many of them are unmanaged and in poor condition. With that said, the historical benefit gained from the ruins require background information, context, and a bit of imagination.
Those wishing to visit Carriacou Ruins may choose to book their trip on Carriacou, since guests staying in this part of Grenada will be excited to have easy site access throughout their trip. Tourists will find a decent selection of lodgings based in the area around this historical site.
|Bogles Round House||Cottages||1.2 mi. (2.4 km)||S|
|Bayaleau Point Cottages||Cottages||1.9 mi. (4.2 km)||SE|
|Green Roof Inn||Hotel||2.7 mi. (0.3 km)||S|
|Hotel Laurena||Hotel||2.8 mi. (0.3 km)||SSW|
If you find your belly rumbling after your visit here, think about trying one of the restaurants close-by. The most convenient place to eat is Bogles Round House, which serves Caribbean food. The restaurant is a short ways away, but far-off enough that you will need to aim for employing a method of transportation to transport your party. Also near Carriacou Ruins you and your group will find options like Patty's Deli and La Playa Beach Bar and Bistro where you and your party should try a bite of American fare and experience the culture of Grenada.
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