Visit Grenada, the spice of the Caribbean
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Known as "The Spice of the Caribbean", Grenada is a beautifully sculpted haven filled with endless curiosity, charm and nature waiting to be explored. Volcanic origins have naturally marvelled a picturesque island encased with mountains, crater lakes, rainforests, bold blue seas and more. Renowned for the natural production of fruits, cinnamon, nutmeg, sugar cane and cocoa, there are more spices per mile than any other place on earth. Situated just north of Trinidad and Venezuela in the south-eastern Caribbean, Grenada's capital city is St Georges, which exhibits colourful markets squares, petit outdoor watering holes and colonial architecture. Two miles from the centre is the gorgeous Grand Anse Beach, made from a stretch of white sand bordering the calming blue water. Up on a ridge 800ft above sea level Fort Frederick offers panoramic views of the city, harbour and the hard-going Richmond Hill Prisons. The Natural Museum is home to rare valuables evidencing Grenadian life of centuries gone by and dockside warehouses and traditional shops sweetly surround harbour.
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