If you go...

Grenada is located just 1,500 miles from Miami. American Eagle has one flight per day to Grenada, from San Juan; American Airlines is scheduled to begin nonstop service from Miami in November. For more information on the island, check the Grenada Board of Tourism ite: www.grenadagrenadines.com.

Where to stay



Mount Cinnamon
Grand Anse, St. George’s
(473) 439-4400
www.mountcinnamongrenada.com
One-bedroom villas: $500 to $600
Colorful boutique resort with 21 spacious suites and villas set above grand anse beach. Poolside cocktail bar and restaurant, plus moi spa and beach club.

Bel Air Plantation Resort
St. David’s Point
(473) 444-6305
www.belairplantation.com
One-bedroom cottages: $275 to $350
eleven individual villas and cottages with private verandas overlooking a secluded bay. offers a restaurant and a pool. snorkeling equipment and kayaks available.

Where to eat



Bb’s Crabback Caribbean Restaurant
Progress House, St. George’s
(473) 435-7058
www.bbscrabback.com
Entrées: $16 to $40
Authentic Caribbean cuisine featuring curry dishes, callaloo soup, and the signature crabback, with views of the harbor and the Carenage.

Savvy’s at Mount Cinnamon
Grand Anse, St. George’s
(473) 439-4400
www.mountcinnamongrenada.com
Entrées: $15 to $29
Mediterranean food with a West indies twist. Sweeping Caribbean views from terrace seating.