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»St. George’s

Official Language


»Parliamentary democracy under constitutional monarchy

»348.5 km2 (203rd)

»109,590 (185th)

»$1.467 billion
» Per capita -$13,900

GDP (nominal)
»$790 million
» Per capita -7,300

»East Caribbean dollar (XCD

Time Zone

Grenada is located on the Central America and the Caribbean continent (Caribbean, island between the Caribbean Sea and Atlantic Ocean, north of Trinidad and Tobago – geographical coordinates of the country: 12 07 N, 61 40 W).


According to the latest census, the population of Grenada is 107,818 inhabitants.


These are people, who lived in cities and who have citizenship of Grenada. The area of Grenada is 344 square kilometers.

Grenada relies on tourism as its main source of foreign exchange especially since the construction of an international airport in 1985.

Grenada nutmeg and spices

Strong performances in construction and manufacturing, together with the development of tourism and higher education – especially in medicine – have contributed to growth in national output; however, economic growth remained stagnant in 2010-13 after a sizeable contraction in 2009, because of the global economic slowdown’s effects on tourism and remittances.

cocoa Granada

Top 5 Products Exported by Grenada

  1.  bananas,
  2. cocoa,
  3. nutmeg,
  4. fruit and vegetables,
  5. clothing,

Top 5 Export destinations of Granada

  1. Caricom 32.3%,
  2. United Kingdom 20%,
  3. United States 13%,
  4. Netherlands 8.8%

Top 5 Products imported by Grenada

  1.  food,
  2. manufactured
  3. goods,
  4. machinery,
  5. chemicals, fuel

Top 5 Imports destinations of Granada

  1. United States 31.2%,
  2. Caricom 23.6%,
  3. United Kingdom 13.8%,
  4. Japan 7.1% 

Welcome to the Spice of the Caribbean; a place where untouched beauty meet our warm people content with a simple way of life.

Granada Tourism

Grenada offers a lifestyle so pure and authentic that you feel instantly renewed.

cathedral de Granada

Our enchanting islands boasts silky stretches of white sand beaches, sunken treasures adorned by corals and unspoilt landscapes undiscovered by crowds. So, take a journey like never before; a journey that is pure and real. Welcome to Grenada, Carriacou and Petite Martinique!

To See
  • Belmont Estate Located in St Patrick only an hour’s scenic drive from the island’s capital, St. George. Belmont Estate is a unique and authentic 17th century plantation that offers guests an opportunity to participate in and observe the workings of a fully functional historic plantation. Belmont Estate has forged a strategic alliance with The Grenada Chocolate Company, to make the world’s finest dark organic chocolate.
  • The fine restaurant on property is usually closed on weekends, and reservations are recommended on other days.
  • Grand Etang Nature Reserve is in the parish of St. Andrew and is famous for its Crater lake.
  • Mt. Qua Qua is a mountain within the Grand Etang Nature Reserve.
    Mt. St. Catherine is with 840 meters (2756 feet) the highest mountain in Grenada.
  • Concord Waterfalls are 3 Waterfalls located at Concord in St. John.
    Annandale Waterfall in the St. George’s district.
  • Mt. Carmel Waterfall is the highest Waterfall in Grenada.
  • Seven Sister Waterfalls is a group of 7 Waterfalls close to the Grand Etang Nature Reserve in St. Andrew.
  • Honeymoon Waterfall is secluded in the rain forest close to the Seven Sister Waterfalls.
  • River Antoine Rum Distillery is the oldest Rum Factory in the western hemisphere and still operating with a water wheel.
  • Clark’s Court Distillery is in the St. George district and is famous for a wide variety of rum products.
  • Westerhall Rum Distillery Westerhall Estate in St. David’s. Visit the Museum.
  • Dougaldston Estate is the oldest Spice Plantation in Grenada – close to Gouyave in the parish of St John.
  • Gouyave Nutmeg Factory a “must do” in Grenada the “spice island”.
  • Grand Anse Beach the most famous beach in Grenada and in the tourist belt.
  • Morne Rouge Bay one of the most beautiful beaches in Grenada – secluded and close to the Grand Anse area.
  • Levera Beach nice secluded Beach in the north of Grenada with view of the Grenadines.
  • Bathway Beach a famous black-sand beach in the north of Grenada with a nature pool.
  • Fort George above the main town of St. George´s with a beautiful view of the town and the Carenage.
  • Fort Frederick high above the sea with outstanding views of St. George´s, Grand Anse, Grand Etang and the southern part of the island.
    Marketplace nice Caribbean market with newly renovated spice market hall in St. George’s – great for spices and fresh fruits & vegetables.
  • Bay Gardens a tropical Garden with a rain forest style – located in the St. Paul`s area of St George’s.






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