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Shoreside Activities & Events in Grenada

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Belmont Estate

Just an hour’s scenic drive north from St George’s, 300 year old Belmont Estate is a wonderful historical working plantation set in 400 acres of rolling hills.

Boat-building at Windward & Harvey Vale

The craftsmen who still build traditional wooden working boats and regatta sloops using local white cedar timbers continue to represent the true passion of traditional Caribbean sea-farers.

Carriacou Museum

The Carriacou Museum is well worth a visit.

Grand Anse Farmers' Market

Local Farmer’s Market every Wednesday from 0600hrs, selling fresh local and organic produce, local honey, spices, herbs and coconut oil.Well worth supporting.

Grenada Chocolate Festival

Centred around True Blue Bay Boutique Resort, Grenada Chocolate Fest 2023 promises to be another amazing week of chocolate experiences from tasty culinary delights and cooking classes to chocolate spa products and a ‘Tour de force’ of all things Cocoa in Grenada!

Grenada Waterfalls

There is no greater adventure than getting to a waterfall in Grenada.

Moliniere Bay Sculpture Park

Moliniere Bay Sculpture Park is a truly unique underwater work of art, with sixty-five underwater sculptures, covering an area of 100sq.

Movie Palace

2 screens – open daily from 1600hrs – Located close by Prickly Bay, True Blue & Port Louis Marinas.

River Antoine Rum Distillery

This privately owned rum distillery is the oldest functioning water propelled distillery throughout the entire Caribbean - processes have not changed much since the 1800’s, well worth a visit.

St. George's Market

Colourful, vibrant market, selling local fresh fruits, veg, herbs, spices and local crafts - most stalls on a Saturday.

Westerhall Estate Rum Tour

Located on the south coast on a 500 acre estate, the historic Westerhall distillery is Grenada’s premium rum producer, and home to the oldest working waterway in the western hemisphere.