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Grenada is the southern-most of the Windward Islands of the Caribbean and is known as the Spice Island of the Caribbean with an abundance of spice plantations. At only 135 square miles it is a little smaller than the Isle of Wight. As well as the 45 beaches and a wealth of dive sites, volcanic Grenada is also home to rainforests, gorges, waterfalls, dormant volcanoes, 2 crater lakes and 3 national parks. The island also has four chocolate factories and a couple of rum distilleries, one of which still uses the original watermill(one of the last remaining in use in the Caribbean) so there is plenty to do in this small piece of tropical paradise.

Historically, Grenada has been colonised by the English, the French and also the Spanish so there is a lot of colonial history but the island retains a really relaxed, laid back Caribbean vibe which is in stark contrast to some of the more cosmopolitan islands. The capital St George’s is a stunning harbour town full of windy streets and colourful wooden and stone homes and remains of Gothic Churches and numerous fortresses. axed, laid back Caribbean vibe which is in stark contrast to some of the more cosmopolitan islands. The capital St George’s is a stunning harbour town full of windy streets and colourful wooden and stone homes and remains of Gothic Churches and numerous fortresses.

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