Gracefully tucked on the hillside atop Grand Anse Beach, an enclave of 21 luxury villas and suites, each with its own veranda of sweeping views of natural, unspoiled beauty, awaits your discovery.Yoga, paddle boarding, sailing, kayaking or just relaxing on a stretch of white-sand beach – a place not to escape life, but for life not to escape us.Grenada's southern position protects it from hurricanes. The youth of the population is reflected in the growing popularity of Western culture and the slow disintegration of the traditional culture. Start here and get there by taking the e Harmony Personality Profile to see how you relate to other St. Then read your FREE Compatibility profile® and meet St. The name "Granada" was used on maps until the mid-1600s.To the French, the island was known as La Grenade; to the English, Grenada became the permanent title in 1763. Grenada is an island of volcanic origin in the Lesser Antilles chain ninety miles north of Venezuela.
It was once the heart of the town, but as the town has grown and times have changed, it has been relegated to being used as a simple extensive building. George’s University, and the surrounding countryside and Caribbean Sea.Check out our blog for the latest things to see and do in Grenada.Fort George was built from 1706 - 1710, on an early battery erected by the French in the 1600s, and originally named Fort Royal, it was renamed Fort George in 1763, in honour of King George III when the British took possession of the island.Grenada offers a number of interesting historical sites to explore around the island as well as more contemporary cultural points of interest.The engaging history of this Caribbean island is brought to life when you visit the many forts and old estates across the island.In 1300, Alonso de Hojeda, Amerigo Vespucci, and Juan de la Cosa named the island Mayo while on a mapping mission.