In Grenada, apartment rentals are the most typical accommodations being offered. In addition, apartment rentals in this destination have a median price $194 a night and a median size of 87 m². Furthermore, these accommodations are excellent for medium-sized groups and families, as most can welcome 4 vacationers. Vacationers who prefer something other than apartment rentals can also find many house rentals, which are the other most popular accommodation type in Grenada. These accommodations cost $920 a night on average and have an average size of 294 m².
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Select a filter to find an accommodation fitting your needs among the 477 properties in Grenada. Grenada is the ideal destination to book a rental if you can't imagine a vacation without internet or you want to tune out with some TV time, as the most common features are "internet" and "TVs." It is also possible to search for a vacation rental in Grenada if you are looking for a pet-friendly rental as 24 of the rentals there include "Pets Allowed."
A vacation home in the Caribbean paradise of Grenada
Grenada, an outdoor lovers' paradise, also boasts a unique nightlife, top-notch festivals, and the world's first underwater sculpture park. Grenada vacation rentals await.
Flavours of the Spice Island
In Grenada, make sure to try oil down, a one-pot dish made from coconut milk, meat, spices, and breadfruit. Sample creamy callaloo soup, made with coconut milk and the local dasheen leaf, and the ubiquitous Indian-inspired roti (a wrap stuffed with spicy meat).
The land of crab demands that you try crab back, baked crab flesh mixed with spices. Wash it down with some ruby-red sorrel drink, best had with a dash of white rum. Don't forget Grenada's beloved cocoa tea and nutmeg ice cream.
A history of slavery, whaling, and plantations
A good starting point is at the Grenada National Museum in the capital, St. George. Exhibits cover everything from slavery and whaling to the island's first inhabitants and early transport. Nearby is Fort Frederick, a bastion offering 360-degree views of the surrounding ocean and lush vegetation.
At Belmont Estate, a 300-year-old working plantation, tour a cocoa fermentary, sugarcane gardens, and a goat dairy, and trace the island's traditions through displays. Recommended is a guided tour through the Caribbean's oldest functioning water-powered rum distillery at River Antoine Estate.
Underwater sculptures, hikes, and dives to wreck sites
While silky Grand Anse beach is the island's most frequented, Levera Beach, Bathway, and La Sagesse attract solitary souls. There's also the Moliniere-Beauséjour Marine Protected Area, which houses the Underwater Sculpture Park. An out-of-this-world experience awaits here – admire sculptures such as Vicissitudes.
Hike to the Annandale, Royal Mt. Carmel, Concord, or Seven Sisters waterfalls, or go snorkelling (Grenada's considered the wreck dive capital of the Eastern Caribbean!). Alternatively, try your hand at some big game fishing on the area's popular deepsea charters.
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