Mountains with a view of the ocean in the distance


As the world’s biggest exporter of nutmeg and mace, wild and beautiful Grenada is known as the “Spice Island.” But you’ll also find spice in the air, in people’s attitudes, and in Grenada’s very soul. That old adage about variety could not be more fitting across this three-island nation. And the lush landscapes as well as the vibrant colors and sweet aroma of tropical fruits and blooms everywhere you turn make falling in love with Grenada ever so easy.

The Spices

Yes, you really can smell the nutmeg in the air. The aromatic spice is such an important export to Grenada it’s even depicted on the country’s flag. Grenada also exports cinnamon, cloves, ginger, and allspice, among others.

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The Beach

Arriving at Grand Anse Beach is a sight that never gets old. Feel your toes in the two-mile stretch powder-white sand. Explore the crystal-clear waters of the calm, turquoise-blue sea.