World renown Grand Anse Beach - 39 min walk
Grand Anse Beach in St George which is considered to be one of the finest beaches in the world and often appears in countdowns of the world's top ten beaches.
With over 30 stores selling a wide variety of items, Spiceland Mall is the first and last destination for your quality shopping experience.
Popular for the only movie theatre on the island. Located in the Grand Anse area, consisting of a strategic conglomerate of businesses providing a wide range of products and services.
St. George's University
St. George's University School of Medicine is the medical school of St. George's University located at St. George's. The school is the oldest private medical school in the Caribbean and founded by Charles R. Modica on July 23, 1976.
ust a 5-minute drive away from the airport, Portici Beach is tucked away in a lush location offering absolute peace and tranquility. A groomed trail down to the azure waters of Portici, offers visitors a feeling of pure seclusion. Boasting inhabited coral reefs on one side and soft white sand on the other, you can experience the best of both worlds on this alluring beach.
Prickly Bay marina and Restaurant with live entertainment
12 North and 61.45 degrees West will find you in the stunning view of Prickly Bay Waterside Marina. One of the unique services they offer is the donut boat, a seriously fun boat trip for up to 18 people. They also have a daily cocktail special. Happy hour from 5-6p, every day, a big screen TV and Free Wi-Fi.
Clarkes Court Boatyard & Marina
In 2014 Mr. Kelly Glass, New Zealand developer and Director of Commercial Holdings Grenada Ltd, acquired Clarkes Court Bay Marina and surrounding lands equaling 10 acres to lay the foundation for Grenada’s first world class Boatyard & Marina. It has an ideal location in the southwest of the island, where mangroves and reefs provide a hurricane barrier and defense against strong winds and waves.
Fort George - 6.5 mi / 10.4 km
Fort George was built from 1706 - 1710, on an early battery erected by the French in the 1600s, and originally named Fort Royal, it was renamed Fort George in 1763, in honour of King George III when the British took possession of the island, Consequently, 2006 - 2010 would be its 300th anniversary.
An Eco friendly food village situated in True Blue St. George’s. This place is the perfect spot for both adults and children with it’s designated karaoke nights, movie nights, trivia nights and more. The amazing range of food outlets such as, a dessert spot, a mini mart, upstairs bar, 20ft screen and live event stage makes it an amazing choice when looking for clean wholesome entertainment that the whole family can enjoy.
Grenada’s first bowling alley! A modern bowling alley comprised of a pool hall with three bars, and a rooftop lounge, for all ages.
Grenada Golf Course
Grenada Golf and Country Club is to date the only Golf Course in Grenada. Situated on a hill just off the Grand Anse main road , it is very near to all the Resort Hotels in Grand Anse, Port Luis Marina and the Capital City of St.Georges.
World’s first Underwater Sculpture Park (Dragon’s Bay)
One of our most popular snorkeling sites is an underwater gallery of sculptures in our Molinere Beauséjour Marine Protected Area, that very much reflect Grenada’s culture.