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- One of the most captivating and varied landscapes in the Caribbean
- Its physical beauty is matched by its rich history and vibrant cultural life
- Spice plantations and rum distilleries still use traditional methods
- Grenada villas offer the perfect way to enjoy a carefree, serene vacation
- Locations along the beaches, cliff tops or overlooking quaint bays
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Grenada is a mountainous, rolling island, sweetly scented with fragrant spice trees and exotic tropical flowers. This verdant "Spice Island" has long been a major supplier of nutmeg, cloves, ginger, cinnamon and cocoa.
In the interior of this volcanic land are roaring rivers and waterfalls, lush rainforests and a stunningly beautiful mountain lake. The topography provides Grenada with one of the most captivating and varied environments in the Caribbean, including crater lakes and a startling range of plant and animal life.
Its lovely capital, St. George's, has a horseshoe-shaped harbor surrounded by a pastel rainbow of dockside warehouses and the red-tiled roofs of traditional shops and homes.
Grenada's physical beauty is matched by its rich history and vibrant cultural life. Local festivals, fairs and markets are common. Spice plantations and rum distilleries that are hundreds of years old still use traditional methods to create quality consumables.
Grenada villas offer the perfect way to enjoy a carefree, serene vacation. You can leave your worries back home when you step into the luxury provided by fully staffed LaCURE Grenada villas, in alluring locations along the beach, atop a cliff or overlooking a quaint bay.
Several of the Grenada villas are found near the famous Grand Anse Beach, with its soft, white sand and turquoise waters. It's a perfect location for anyone who wants be near all the bustling beach action, with amenities such as water-sport equipment rentals. Attractions in the area include the Boss Reef and the historical Grenville Cooperative Nutmeg Association.
For those who want more seclusion, the island's 45 beaches provide other possibilities, including villa properties on the more serene Morne Rouge Beach, with calm, shallow and warm waters that are ideal for children.
Even more out-of-the-way white-sand and black-sand beaches can be visited by renting a 4x4 vehicle. Areas such as Lance Aux Epines and St. David offer the kind of privacy that couples looking for a romantic getaway would desire. Or La Sagesse Beach is a family-friendly beach with a cove of calm waters.
It's easy to see why LaCURE Grenada villas are such a popular choice for luxury travelers.