Ports of Call
- St George
St George Port of Call
St George's, Grenada © Drkreative
St George's, the capital and port city of Grenada, is a notably friendly and modern city with a historic district of colonial buildings, attractive red-tiled roofs and a pretty natural harbour. Popular attractions are available right at the harbour's entrance, at the historic Fort George, and spread out along the lovely coastline. Cruise passengers wanting a swim or some sun soaking can pay a visit to the beautiful Grand Anse beach, while the fit and adventurous will find great hiking trails a short distance from the port.
Cruise ships can dock at Melville Street Cruise Terminal, which can berth mega cruise liners, and at Carenage, a general service port. Both have cruise ship amenities. Carenage is in the historic downtown waterfront district while Melville is a short walk away. Often cruise liners anchor in the natural harbour and ferry passengers into the marina.
Tel: +473 440 2279
The tourism office is located at Burns Point in St George's town
From Melville Street Cruise Terminal there is both a taxi and bus terminal as well as a water taxi service. Taxi rates are standard for every cab although water taxis are a cheaper way to get to Grand Anse Beach. Buses are the cheapest transport but not always the most convenient. The historic centre is an easy walk from the cruise terminal.
Still standing guard over the harbour, a visit to Fort George provides an exciting history lesson. Beachgoers head straight for the famous and beautiful Grand Anse Beach, although several other nearby beaches are less crowded and also offer a host of water sports. Moliniere Point offers arguably the best snorkelling in the area. Inland attractions include a number of hiking trails, especially in Grand Etang National Park, and it is also possible to tour some of the spice plantations.
La Belle Creole - A fusion of international foods cooked with local spices
Nutmeg Restaurant - This waterfront restaurant serves up the best rotis in Grenada
Sapphire Restaurant - Caribbean and French Creole blend on Grand Anse
Carenage is an historic waterfront shopping district popular for sampling local cuisine and buying souvenirs. St George's town is a duty free port so jewellery and perfumes may be found at a bargain. Esplanade is another popular shopping area near the waterfront.
Nutmeg and rum
Visit Carriacou Island
See Petite Martinique Island
Experience Annandale Falls
Take a tour of River Antoine Rum Distillery
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