The only major beach on Petite Martinique, Palm Beach is the center of attention for everyone visiting this small island. Expect all the island's popular restaurants, shopping, and hotels to be on or near this beach.
Positioned on the northern coast of the island of Petite Martinique, You should think about stopping by even if you are not staying nearby. Travelers who make a stop at this beach can have a relaxing time without having to wander too far from civilization.
You will not have to try hard to find Palm Beach. Centrally located and off the main road, this is a convenient beach for anyone on the island.
This is really the only place on the island to find the soft waves of the Caribbean Sea and soft sand, and so nearly all beach-goers on Petite Martinique will be looking to claim there own little spot. However, this small island is still sort of a hidden gem, so crowds are rarely an issue.
There is also a restaurant right on the water, so if you don't want to leave Palm Beach at all, it's worth a try. There are many types of dining experiences on Grenada that visitors can partake in, but having a meal on the beach can be a particularly memorable one. Ask your hotel about picnic lunches, as some hotels offer to pack snacks for their guests' day trips. Or, on your way to the beach you could grab some carry-out from a casual dining spot.
Many visitors find themselves ordering a drink or snack from the concessions here, even if they move off-site for lunch.
One obvious convenience is this beach's picnic facilities, which are perfect for setting up your carry-out food, or just lounging under the sun.
You will be able to use a public restroom at Palm Beach. The water here is clear enough for snorkeling, so purchase or rent some equipment if you want to do some underwater exploration.
A lesser known beach, Palm Beach as well as its available amenities are a safe choice for travelers hoping to be free from the crowded beaches, since it happens to be located inside a laid-back region. Thanks to this, the availability of certain amenities likely won't be decreased.
This beach is positioned on the North coast of Petite Martinique. Accommodations nearby include the Melodies Guest House, which is perhaps the most conveniently located place to stay reachable from Palm Beach, despite the lack of additional popular spots in the region.
Cities near Palm Beach include, which is not overly developed, and it makes for a nice, quiet day trip for visitors wanting to scope out the local scene.
How many other people you encounter at Palm Beach will vary depending on the time of day, particularly in the high season when hotels overflow with tourists. There are not many major hotels nearby, but you may encounter guests from smaller accommodations in the area.
Though there aren't many widely-known restaurants nearby, you'll still have some choices, especially if you're prepared to venture a little farther away. One of the nearest places to eat is The International Restaurant, which is
The table below provides a list of places to eat near this beach.
|The International Restaurant||(473) 438-3127||International||0.0 mi.||N||Petite Martinique|
|Palm Beach Restaurant and Bar||(473) 443-9103||Caribbean||0.1 mi.||SW||Petite Martinique|
|Bogles Round House||(473) 443-7841||Caribbean, Contemporary||4.4 mi.||WSW||Carriacou|
Vacationers searching for the perfect beach will have other options if Palm Beach doesn't suit their tastes.
Another location you may want to try is Anse le Roche, located four and a half miles to the west-southwest.
There are countless experiences to enjoy on Grenada, and paying a visit to Palm Beach is just one way you can spend your afternoon.
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