Here are some 45 white sand beaches and 9 black sand beaches, here are some of our favourites.
Grand Anse Beach
Grand Anse Beach is Grenada’s famous beach in the south west of the island, with 2 miles of white sand, aquamarine Caribbean sea and stunning views over the bay to the colourful capital of St George's. Good for swimming and sunbathing..
Morne Rouge/BBC Beach
Locally known as BBC Beach, Morne Rouge Bay is on the south west coast close to Grand Anse. It has a sheltered horse-shoe shaped beach with almond trees for shade, powder white sand and shallow clear water perfect for relaxing, swimming
Dr Groom's Beach
South of Portici Beach and north of Magazine Beach located on the north shore of the south west peninsular. An popular white sand beach lined with palm trees giving shade and clear blue Caribbean sea excellent for swimming and snorkelling
Situated on the north shore of the south west peninsular. With a lovely stretch of white sand with shade of palm trees.
Pink Gin Beach
Located on the north shore of the south west peninsular, south of Magazine Beach, this long stretch of stunning white sand is lapped by the azure blue waters of the Caribbean.
L'Ance aux Epines Beach
This beach overlooks Prickly Bay on the south coast of the island, between the bays of True Blue and L'Ance aux Epines. It is white sand beach with shade from Sea Grape and Almond trees and gently sloping sea.
Petit Bacaye Beach
Somewhat secluded, this deserted tropical grey sand beach resounds with bird songs and is lapped by the Atlantic Ocean in the south eastern Parish of St. Davids. Petit Bacaye Beach is less than a 5 minute walk from the main road and is home to many of the village fishing boats. It is further enhanced with many coconut trees.
The La Sagesse Beach is like an escape from reality. With less than a 5 minute walk from the main road, the quiet, secluded environment is ideal for beach combing. The grey and white sands along this lengthy south eastern shoreline cover smooth coves and encounter rugged coastal rocks in the Parish of St. David. For those interested in real estate Close to Residential gated areas of Fort Jeudy and Westerhall.
Situated in the far north eastern corner of the island, Levera/Bathway this beach is most famous as the nesting home of leatherback turtles who return to the place of their birth each year to lay their eggs in the soft sand, under the cover of darkness. By day, the beach offers the feeling of a truly deserted place from which to admire the island of the Grenadines.
Just to the west of Sauteurs town, the beach overlooks this beautiful and expansive bay, with a white sand beach lined with coconut palms. The bay stretches all the way to Laurant Point with far reaching views to the Grenadine islands.
Situated in L'Esterre Bay, Paradise Beach is a stunning white sand beach with shade from Sea Grape and Almond trees. The water is turquoise and shallow along the shore and as it is a protected bay attracts few waves therefore making it ideal for swimming.
Worth a boat trip! Sandy Island is surrounded by reef and is particularly beautiful, perfect for snorkelling as colourful marine abounds.
Tyrell Bay Beach
This horseshoe-shaped beach graces the southern shores of Carriacou. The marine life of this natural bay is spectacular, while the white sand is soft to touch.
Anse La Roche
This is the most scenic beach on the island with coral reefs just offshore. Secluded and accessible from land by half mile hike, the beach is private and unspoilt at the foot of the famous High North Range on the North West tip of the island. find the best price!