This beautiful beach is a part of the Las Sagesse Nature Center. Here, beach goers can take romantic nature walks through the La Sagasse Beach hiking trails where they may encounter exotic species of birds and other indigenous wild life.
Positioned near the heart of the island of Grenada, 1.0 mile south of St. Davids, La Sagesse Beach is on the South edge of the island, You might want to drop by regardless of whether you are staying in the immediate vicinity. It's often said that La Sagesse Beach is the ideal location for escaping over-crowded hangouts in the town proper. Many of the other beaches on Grenada may be just as breezy and refreshing, but are usually more crowded since they're right in the thick of tourists' favorite hangouts.
La Sagesse Beach is accessible via La Sagesse Nature Center.
The sands of La Sagesse Beach are lined with lush green coconut trees, which are a perfect source of shade from the afternoon sun. The edges of the beach are also shrouded in beautiful flowers and plants which flourish on this part of the island. The sand, meanwhile is soft and white, complimented by the calm aqua waters that rush ashore.
For your convenience, restrooms are available at La Sagesse Beach. Happily, the off-shore waters are clear and good for snorkeling, so grab your gear if you're looking to see some exciting marine life. La Sagasse Beach is secluded and unspoiled, and the atmosphere is tranquil. One of Grenada's less developed beaches, you will hardly ever find a crowd here. This is the ideal romantic hideaway for couples or open spot for those beachgoers who want to connect with nature. These shores are not very popular with the locals because it is out of the way.
Visitors will find this beach on the South coast of Grenada. It is near Westerhall Rum Distillery, which is not far from away. Some will choose to walk here, while others will want to take a taxi, and it is one of the area's attractions.
Some may think that beaches and museums are an odd combination, but some visitors find that museums like Grenada National Museum (one of the closest to La Sagesse Beach) offer an entertaining diversion and a whole new side of Grenada's history.
Beaches are nice for a few hours here and there, but there's plenty else to see during your stay. The table below lists other attractions that are nearby.
|Westerhall Rum Distillery||Historical Site||0.6||N||Grenada|
|Fort Frederick||Historical Site||4.8||WNW||Grenada|
|Grenada Golf Course & Country Club||Golf Course||5.1||W||Grenada|
|Grenada National Museum||Museum||5.8||WNW||Grenada|
Guests visiting La Sagesse Beach who are seeking a little additional excitement should consider heading to St. George's, because it's not far away and is an active, busy area. From the coast, St. George's is a little ways off, maybe five and a half miles (nine kilometers) away.
The popularity of this spot on any given day can vary, depending on when you visit, and how full the nearby hotels are. This beach is not near many large hotels, but you may meet guests from smaller lodgings in the area.
Travelers hoping to find a place to stay not far from the beach should find themselves in luck, as there are lots of hotels and resorts to pick from in the area. You can find the closest and most convenient booking options by viewing what's listed in the table below.
|La Sagesse Nature Centre||0.0 mi.||ENE||Hotel|
|Bel Air Plantation Resort||0.5 mi.||SW||Cottages|
|Petitie Bacaye Villa Hotel||--||--||Cottages|
|Cabier Ocean Lodge||3.3 mi.||NE||Lodge|
|Le Phare Bleu Marina & Boutique Hotel||3.9 mi.||WSW||Hotel|
|Candle Glow Apartments||5.0 mi.||W||Hotel|
|Lexus Inn||--||--||Guest house|
|Mount Harmon Bay Estate||5.7 mi.||W||Hotel|
|Radisson Grenada Beach Resort||5.8 mi.||W||Resort|
|Mandela Court||6.0 mi.||W||Hotel|
Though you'll be hard-pressed to find many dining options nearby, you can still find some interesting eateries, especially if you're prepared to venture a little out of the way. La Sagesse Nature Center Restaurant is one of the closest eateries, which is less than a hundred yards to the east-northeast of it.
The table below lists places to eat near this beach.
|La Sagesse Nature Center Restaurant||(473) 444-6458||Caribbean||Informal||0.0 mi.||ENE|
|Petit Bacaye Treetop Restaurant||(473) 443-2902||Caribbean||Informal||1.6 mi.||W|
|Cabier Ocean Lodge Restaurant||(473) 444-6013||Caribbean, Creole, French, Indian||Very Casual||3.3 mi.||NE|
There are other beaches on Grenada you might like besides La Sagesse Beach.
You might also enjoy Grand Anse Beach, located a quick car or cab ride away. Grand Anse Beach is one of the best and most well-known beaches on Grenada. Located on the Caribbean, it boasts crystalling blue water and bright white sand. Visitors will find plenty of water sports to play and a variety of vendor stands to explore. Palms provide respite from the mid-day sun and waterfront restaurants provide visitors with tasty food and cold beverages. If you're looking for a more active beach scene, you might enjoy people watching at Gaby's Beach. It's found two miles to the northeast.
Another location you may want to try is Westerhall Point, located within a couple of miles.
There are plenty of natural wonders to behold on Grenada, and dropping by La Sagesse Beach is just one way to appreciate a pretty afternoon.
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