Grenada's sobriquets as 'the spice island' is apt in so many ways beyond its accolade as the world's biggest exporter of nutmeg and mace. There is spice in the air, in the attitudes, in the country's very soul.
That old adage about variety being the spice of life could not be more fitting across this three-island nation. The arresting colours that carpet this land, bestowed by nature; the waterfalls that froth with sparkling water; the wild, rugged beauty, coupled with a liberal peppering of pure, pristine white sand beaches; and the sublimely hospitable people who live here all contrive to make this unspoiled island that rare thing ‐ the Carribean's last secret hideaway.
If you squint, Grand Anse Beach's two mile stretch of white sand is distilled into a single trip of turquoise bleeding into a single strip of celestial white. Not only is it like a postcard sent from a pre-lapsarian world, but it is also sheltered from high waves, strong currents and winds. Snap up the sea's bounty and Grenadian atmosphere at the local fish market ‐ or better still, catch it yourself.
Grenada is a place that gets under your skin. A place that feels instantaneously like home. And because the Silversands' vocation is to enmesh the best of the luxury world with what is authentically, bewitchingly Grenadian, the aim remains to bridge the two complimentary worlds as smoothly as possible.
That's why, for those who invest in a Silversands villa, there will be an opportunity to gain Grenada Citizenship by Investment. Ranked as one of the top second citizen opportunities in the world, it allows global mobility, visa-free access to 125 countries (including the UK, European Schengen countries, Singapore, China, Hong Kong and Ireland among others), as well as 90-day sojourns in every 180 days in Europe and the UK, and 30-day visa-free stays in China. Additionally, there is no physical residency requirement, and there is no restriction on nationalities that may apply for citizenship. Be at home in Grenada.