Grenada has beautiful beaches, a turquoise sea, many secluded coves and unspoilt nature. On the island, extinct volcanic cones covered by rainforest and spice plantations tower up to 900 meters above sea level. There is much to discover: crater lakes, numerous waterfalls, hot springs and old forts, not to mention the capital, St. George's, one of the most beautiful cities in the Caribbean.
All the West Indies are beautiful, but some are even more so. Take Grenada: A mountainous, rugged island shaped by volcanism, with crater lakes and rainforest-covered slopes. A real Garden of Eden, where cascading waterfalls, luscious apples and nutmeg thrive. This spice has largely shaped Grenada's modern history. Nutmeg flavours almost everything: ice cream, ti punch, stews, and the colourful market stalls of Saint George's Market.
Dagon Bay is located a few miles from St George on the east coast of the island. The anchorage is close to Moliniere Point. You can take a mooring buoy and jump in the water to swim around the coral reef and discover the underwater sculpture park located in Moliniere Bay, one of the top attractions of the island.
Carriacou is a mountainous island covered with fields and dry forests of sumptuous mahogany trees, surrounded by coral. A stopover not to be missed on the Windward islands. With an incredible number of well-sheltered anchorages, an ideal climate all year round and a magnificent cruising area, Carriacou is a true jewel of the Caribbean that really deserves a stopover during your catamaran charter in Grenada.
Union is the second administrative centre of the Grenadines. Clifton is the main town of and regroups the commercial and administrative activity; an airport and several hotels; a kite school and the Tobago Park premises. The inhabitants are extremely warm and friendly. From Clifton, you can discover the island either by taxi or on foot. The beaches of Belmont, Richmond and Bloody Bay are worth the detour and the walk back through the village of Ashton is very interesting. Be sure to grab a drink on Happy Island or at the Anchorage, one of the Caribbean's most famous bars.
At the northern tip of Mayreau, Salt Whistle Bay is an ideal starting point to reach the Tobago Cays Marine Park. There is a pleasant and free anchorage in the bay. With its arched white sand beach, it is a perfect place to swim under the gentle breeze of the trade winds. In the Tobago Cays, the incredibly transparent water is ideal for snorkelling or scuba diving to discover the abundance of aquatic fauna.
Petite Martinique is the little sister of Carriacou, located only 3 nautical miles to the west. Similar to a pyramid emerging from the ocean, it is only one and a half kilometres in width. It is bordered to the west by the Caribbean Sea and to the east by the swell of the Atlantic Ocean. Here, the fishermen form an important community that sells Martinique produce to Grenada. Time seems to stand still here… the island's motto may as well be "don't worry". Petite Martinique is a perfect place to take a lunch break and take a swim, but many boaters will take a leap a quarter of a mile away to anchor in the more sheltered waters of Petit Saint-Vincent. One of the most popular restaurants on Petite Martinique is the Palm Beach, located on the beach! Here you can dine in privacy on the terrace with a magnificent view of the nearby Grenadines. In addition, there is a free boat taxi service to take you to dinner if you are anchored in Petit Saint-Vincent.
Regarded as one of the best anchorages, make Prickly Bay the next stopover on your catamaran charter in Grenada. Listen to some live music at the yacht club bar. You can also take a rainforest tour and cool off in one of Grenada's many waterfalls.
Fort George and Fort Frederick were built in the 18th century and form an impressive duo overlooking the harbour. Colonial-era buildings with roofs covered with orange tiles in the shape of fish scales are common in St. George; they form a multi-coloured mosaic of brightly coloured houses with emerald green vegetation as a backdrop. Drop by the Bay Gardens to admire the 3000 species of Caribbean plants.
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