Grenada capital city has a European feel, with narrow streets, houses of all styles, large churches and old warehouses on the quays restored in red brick.
Warning: Grenada uses the IALA American system, so red buoys to starboard side of the channel on arrival. Anchor: space to anchor in the lagoon is reduced by the marinas on either side of the bay. Holding is good but limited room for swinging.
- Fort George and Fort Frederick, both offer beautiful views over the town and sea.
- Grenada National Museum - Carib and Arawak artefacts and exhibits on the sugar and whaling industries.
- House of Chocolate - a must-visit for cocoa fans, with exhibits on the local cocoa industry and decadent sweet treats.
- St. George's Market Square - fresh tropical fruits and spices.
- The Carenage - wander along the waterfront, browse the shops, and watch the dockside activities. Wooden schooners are loaded and unloaded here.