Nearly 45 beaches are located on the island of Grenada for tourists to enjoy. The following are some of the most popular beaches in Grenada.
Grand Anse Beach
Grand Anse Beach is one of the premier beaches on the island and the entire Caribbean. It is a great place to take a walk, sunbath, or go for a swim.
Morne Rouge Beach (BBC Beach)
Grenadian residents usually call this beach the BBC Beach. It more than likely was named after the BBC Night Club which no longer stands here. Similar to Grand Anse Beach, this beach is centrally located in the hotel zone in the southern section of the island. Except during holidays and weekends, this beach is relatively not crowded. This beach is a mix of white sand, crystal clear water, and beautiful green trees. Since the beach is protected, there are not large waves, so this is a great spot for young kids to wade or swim in the water.
Magazine Beach is another pristine beach situated on the southwestern shore. The Aquarium Restaurant and the Rex Grenadian Hotel is located on this beach. This white sand beach stretches nearly a mile on a shore surrounded by crystal clear water. Magazine Beach is a great spot for snorkeling and kayaking. It is not uncommon to find many people visiting the beach on Sunday.
Pink Gin Beach
Pink Gin Beach sits on Grenada’s tip, behind a cliff above the airport. This beach is more isolated than Morne Rouge Beach. Tourists can sunbath on the pink sand, enjoy the unspoiled water, and be in view of St. George here. Pink Gin Beach is also a great beach to enjoy water recreation. The La Source Hotel is located on the beach.
Bathway Beach is located on the northern shore. Tourists can enjoy a good meal or drink at a beachfront restaurant or bar and find many activities to occupy their time on the beach. It is also relatively not crowded.
La Sagesse Beach
La Sagesse, Grenada A nature preserve at the end of a one-mile, rock-studded road (note the grazing cows), this half-mile of sand curves along a cliff dense with coconut palms. Have lunch at the rustic seaside restaurant, then rummage through booksellers' stalls beneath the almond trees. Couples seeking a romantic getaway should consider visiting La Sagesse. This beach is relatively secluded, so couples will not be enclosed by large crowds during their stay here. A guest home and an excellent seafood restaurant are located near the major entrance.