Callie Island is a very small island off the northeast coast of Grenada. It's a beautiful spot, with almost no buildings or development of any kind.
Positioned on Caile Island, 1.1 miles south of Ronde Island, Caille Island is on the North West coast of the island, You should consider stopping by even if you aren't staying in the vicinity. This beach is not just a tropical beauty, it's one of the rare "quiet" beaches on Grenada. While Caille Island may be a little more difficult to reach, it allows you to relax without being bothered by the noise of the crowds.
Callie Island is off the coast of Grenada and so is only accessible by boat. Also, the best beach spot is on the other side of the island from Grenada, so you'll have to make your way around if you want to enjoy the best beach locale here.
The north side of Callie is where the best beach spot is, a tucked away patch of sand with choppy waters. The beach features tan sand and deep blue waters. If you love to feel isolated in paradise, it's worth a venture to this island.
Unfortunately, restrooms will not be available here, so those of you traveling with small children may want to consider another spot.
Caille Island provides a calm and peaceful place to escape, especially since the surrounding region is away from most urbanization.
Visitors will find this beach on the North West coast of Caile Island. It is close to Carib's Leap, which is located six miles away, and it is one of a number of attractions close-by.
Some may think that beaches and museums are an odd combination, but at least a few travelers find that museums like The Carriacou Museum (positioned 16 miles to the northeast) offer rare insight into Caribbean life and a new way to experience Grenada's culture.
There are options for close-by activities so you won't get bored. The following table contains a list of nearby attractions.
|Carib's Leap||Historical Site||5.8||SW||Grenada|
|River Antoine Rum Distillery||Historical Site||8.0||S||Grenada|
|Spice and Herb Farm||11.8||S||Grenada|
The closest section on Caile Island to Caille Island is. This interesting part of Caile Island is just six miles away, meaning you needn't use up an entire day here. Sauteurs is a region with interesting things to do, yet is never overly congested.
Whether this spot is full of bodies or practically empty will depend on if you visit during a popular season, which is often indicated by how busy the hotels are. This beach is not near many large hotels, but it's often visited by guests from some of the area's smaller options.
Though there aren't many places to stay that are within a short car ride, the nearest ones are shown in the table below.
|Blue Sky South Cottages||6.0 mi.||SW||Cottages|
|Petite Anse Hotel||6.1 mi.||SW||Resort|
|Almost Paradise||6.1 mi.||SW||Cottages|
|Barry's Country Retreat||6.2 mi.||SW||Hotel|
There aren't any restaurants near this shore, so you may choose to pack a lunch for your time spent at the beach.
Needless to say, Caille Island isn't the only beach worth visitng on Caile Island.
Travelers who like this beach might also enjoy Sauteurs Bay, located six miles to the south west. Still, if you're searching for something a little more active, you might enjoy people watching at . You'll find it a mile and a half to the north.
You might also want to visit Duquesne Bay, located eight miles away.
Of course, there is much more to do besides lounge on the sand on Grenada, but Caille Island is both a beautiful natural attraction, and a fun hangout spot.
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