Restaurants

Over-all, the dining scene in Saint George's is laid back. Grills and quick-service eateries are a favored choice as travelers anxious to get out and enjoy the sites are keen to stop in and dine without a wait. Whether you're in a hurry or not, you're sure to enjoy the mainly open air dining rooms and heaping plates of savory Caribbean cuisine that can be found in abundance. For those guests who like seeking out unusual new recipes that are specific to the destinations… more…

Natural Attractions

With such a major landmark as Fort George… more…

Attractions

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Accommodations

St. George's has seen a lot of development in recent years, which includes the addition of more and more accommodation for the growing number… more…

Hotels

The development of St. George's has exploded in recent years, bring… more…

Villa Rentals

Standalone villas are a good option in and around Saint George's.… more…

Activities

Featuring a picturesque waterfront and a verdant, hilly interior, Saint George's is the largest city on the island of Grenada. Much of the architecture is colonial era, and sightseeing is a popular activity that if you do right, it shouldn't take more than a day to explore the city. This… more…

Diving

In the waters that surround Saint George's, tourists will encounter a… more…

Bikes & Mopeds

While it is possible to rent a scooter in St. George's… more…

Fishing

Some of the best deep sea fishing in the Caribbean is… more…

Transportation

The cultural and business center of Grenada, Saint George's is the… more…

Air Travel

Not only is Saint George's the capital city of Grenada, but it also… more…

Ferries

One of the great things about staying in Saint George's's is the… more…

Rental Cars

If you have plans to see some of Saint… more…

Sailing & Boating

Sailing is a popular pastime on Grenada,… more…

Taxis

As one of the busiest cities on Grenada,… more…

Attractions

As the capital city and a major port town, St. George's has a lot going for it. In addition to all of the cultural and political landmarks,… more…

Landmarks

A tour of St. George's is best done on foot, starting in Market Square.… more…

Natural Attractions

With such a major landmark as Fort George located in Saint George's, it… more…

Snorkeling

Just off the coast of Grenada, under the surface of the sea, lies a world of some of the most unique sites one could imagine. Through the lens of your snorkeling mask, as the sun lights the already clear, stunningly blue waters, you'll find inspiration and an indescribable sense of peace as you spend… more…

Sailing & Boating

Sailing is a popular pastime on Grenada, and many tourists spend a great… more…

Fishing

Some of the best deep sea fishing in the Caribbean is… more…

Diving

In the waters that surround Saint George's, tourists will… more…

Weather

Year-round warm weather and sunshine make Grenada a great destination during any month. Like most Caribbean islands, Grenada's summer-like climate… more…

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