Circular tower in the style of a traditional Caribbean windmill for crushing sugar cane. Four poster bed. Swimming pool. Outside kitchen. Luxury furnishings. Fantastic panoramic views of the sea and mountains. We advise hiring a car although many guests have managed without. No children under 10 …see more
The best way to see St George's, the capital of Grenada, is on foot and there is no better place to start than the Carenage. The apartment sits just above the Carenage, with a charming walk past the restaurants and boats along to the town centre and all it has to offer. Walk to Market Square to get fresh fruit and vegetables, and to the fish market for the catch of the day. …see more
Stylish Italian design, to take advantage of outdoor Caribbean lifestyle. Sunset views on the water. Resort amenities.
Grenada known as the Spice Island, with lush rainforest, waterfalls, great fishing and scuba diving, with the Caribbean's largest shipwreck.
Grenada's untouched beauty is reflected in the warmth of its people, and Laluna villa also symbolizes this. …see more
La Pagerie unique position over Sparrow Bay, allows for relaxing holidays in a luxury environment.
The villa is built of rare tropical hardwood, and is located right above a small beach cove topped by a private beach deck.
It is surrounded by a large tropical garden.
A British cook is available in the immediate vicinity, and may prepare meals at the villa if required. …see more
A splendid detached villa in Grenada with a private pool. Situated within its own lush tropical grounds, with a commanding view of Lance Aux Epinés Bay and the Caribbean Sea, in a fashionable and exclusive residential area on the south coast of the island of Grenada. A Grenada villa with your own privatepool, complete privacy, comfort, security, space and style. …see more
Known as the ‘Spice Island’ for its trade in nutmeg and cinnamon, Grenada offers real West Indian charm with its mountainous interior and secluded beaches. The capital, St George’s, is a picturesque harbour town with charming colonial architecture. A holiday in Grenada gives you the chance to try the West Indian cuisine and take part in the carnivals and markets, which are part of the island’s vibrant culture.