Grenada has 45 white sand beaches and 9 black sand beaches. the Grand Anse Beach in Grenada and Anse La Roche Beach in Carriacou are some of the finest in the Caribbean.
PARISH OF SAINT PATRICK
Part of an adjacent village with specialty shops and the distinctively agricultural surrounds of the Parish of St. Patrick, Bathway is a favourite socializing spot. An ideally located coral reef encloses the swimming and snorkelling strip along the white sand beach. Venturing beyond the protective reef is not advised.
A breathtaking view north and the vast openness of the sea await. A rather isolated stretch of white sand in the Parish of St. Patrick, Levera emits a sense of timelessness.
PARISH OF ST MARK
Situated in the parish of St. Mark, the Dusquesne Bay is ideal for playing sporting games and interacting with the local villagers. For those fascinated by history, many petroglyphs can be found at one end while viewing the Isle de Caille and Isle de Ronde on the other. The locality of the area makes it ideal for persons wishing for the ‘Spice’ experience.
PARISH OF ST JOHN
BLACK BAY BEACH
Accessible via a 20 minute hike from the Concord main road, this black sand beach is situated in a secluded spot in the parish of St. John on main land Grenada. There you can go visit the Black Bay Cave where one can see old Amerindian markings. It is a great spot for relaxing and getting away from the hustle and bustle of the everyday life.
PARISH OF ST GEORGE
GRAND ANSE BEACH
A silky stretch of sheltered white sand where visitors and locals enjoy the view of the capital, this world famous beach spans two miles/three kilometres along the southwest coastline. Nearby water sport specialists, restaurants and vendors offer a variety of services and local products.
L’ANSE AUX EPINES BEACH
L’Anse aux Epines beach is a fairly secluded white sand beach in the south of the island. The beach is the home to some of Grenada’s most exquisite and service oriented cottages and private villas.
A lovely stretch of white sand along the southern shores, this is a perfect locale for a relaxing walk, some snorkelling or kayaking. The beach can come to life with culinary and recreational activities.
MORNE ROUGE BEACH
With its usually quiet, shallow waters and white sand, this popular beach is sheltered by Quarantine Point. It is a perfect spot to relax in silence or with the laughter of family and friends.
PARC A BEOUF
Maintained in its natural state, this is a trendy spot along the southern coastline. Dr. Groom’s Bar and Restaurant with its expansively tropical décor is close at hand, adding to the intrigue and ambience.
PARISH OF ST DAVID
PETIT BECAYE BEACH
Somewhat secluded, this grey sand beach resounds with bird songs and the changing tide of the Atlantic Ocean in the south eastern Parish of St. David. The Petite Bacaye Beach is less than a 5 minute walk from the main road and is home to many of the village fishing boats. It is further enhanced with many coconut trees and the simple yet romantic Petite Bacaye Villa Hotel.
LA SAGESSE BEACH
Once ranked 3rd among the 10 most Tropical Beaches by the Sunday Times, the La Sagesse Beach is like an escape from reality. With less than a 5 minute walk from the main road, the quiet, secluded environment is ideal for vacationers. The grey and white sands along this lengthy south eastern shoreline cover smooth coves and encounter rugged coastal rocks. The La Sagesse Nature Centre, with its tropical gardens and calming presence, enhances the sense of escape experienced at this out-of-the-way beach in the Parish of St. David.
PARISH OF ST ANDREW
The waters of the Atlantic coast Pearl’s Beach are turbulent, and not ideal for swimming. The sands here are light gray, and the beach is lined with flourishing palm trees. Although Grenada has some more secluded beaches that Pearl’s Beach the combination of natural setting, personality and other features offered by this location might be just what you are seeking.