1500 miles from Florida, 150 miles south west of Barbados, Grenada is the southernmost of the Windward Islands.

Grenada is located in the southeastern Caribbean Sea at the southern extremity of the Windward Islands, just south of the Grenadines. Known as "the Spice Isle," for its large production of spices, with nutmeg being the most abundant spice available, the island enjoys spectacular waters, breathtaking beaches and excellent weather conditions, which average from 75°F to 85°F (24-30°C) year round. Its capital is St. George's, a picturesque city that has an amalgamation of cultural diversity with French, English and West Indian history.

With its undisturbed lands and fields surrounded by beautiful ocean views, the island offers investors and prospective property buyers unique investment opportunities, extraordinary long-term value and competitive pricing, which separates Grenada from other popular Caribbean destinations. The other striking feature about Grenada is the warmth and friendliness of the Grenadian people. Their open and welcoming approach is matched only by their relaxed and positive attitude.

Prickly Bay Waterside

Prickly Bay Waterside is situated in Prickly Bay located in the Lance-aux-Epines peninsula on the fashionable southern end of Grenada. The bay has been a popular yachting destination for over 50 years and has vibrant yachting activity throughout the year. This picturesque and largely undiscovered location offers its guests and residents a unique lifestyle of relaxation and carefree living on a Caribbean island rich in culture and diversity. Prickly Bay Waterside is a Customs Point of Entry to Grenada and has its own popular marina with onshore services, a small chandlery, delicatessen, laundry and mini mart.

Notable attractions close by Prickly Bay Waterside, Grenada include:

  • Yachting and sailing
  • World class scuba diving including numerous wrecks
  • Twenty minutes away from the bustling town of St. George's
  • Charming and friendly people
  • Ten minutes from the International Airport
  • Historic forts
  • Spice market
  • Fish market
  • Local rum factories
  • The Grenada Chocolate Factory
  • Top class hotels
  • Top class restaurants
  • Grand Etang National Park Rainforest featuring a 30-acre lake, located 1,740 feet above sea level in the crater of an extinct volcano.

Accessibility

Grenada is located 1500 miles from the coast of Florida and 150 miles south-west of Barbados. The international airport, which is capable of handling large transatlantic jets is less than 10 minutes away from Prickly Bay. Easy access to the island is facilitated by multiple flights to and from major U.S. and international cities such as London, New York, Miami, Toronto, and Frankfurt. Direct flights to Grenada are offered by many international carriers, including American Airlines, Virgin, British Airways, Air Canada and Air Jamaica with local carriers providing inter-island connections.

More on Grenada

Grenada Tourism Information - The official site of the Grenada Board of Tourism
http://www.grenadagrenadines.com

ScubaTech Dive Center Grenada
http://www.scubatech-grenada.com/

Grenada Beaches
http://www.grenada-beaches.com

Lonely Planet Grenada
http://www.lonelyplanet.com/grenada

Sunny Grenada - Photos, information, sales and rentals
http://www.grenadaexplorer.com