St. George’s

St. George’s is the capital, most populous and one of the largest cities in Grenada. The city is on a horseshoe-shaped harbor surrounded by a hillside of an old volcano crater. The town is a popular tourist destination in the Caribbean region.


Gouyave is one of the best cities in Grenada to visit and the most populous city after St. George’s. It is located on the country’s west coast. Famous for its guava trees, the city was named Gouyave by the French although it was formerly named Charlotte Town. Fisherman’s Birthday, an important annual event is celebrated in Gouyave every June 29. Competitive boat racing, feasts, and entertainment activities are held during this event and fishermen from all over the town participate in these activities.


Grenville is Grenada’s fifth biggest city and also the capital of the country’s largest parish, the Saint Andrew Parish. This famous city in Grenada is located on Grenville Bay and is an important center of the export of agricultural products. Grenville is a significant transportation and economic hub in the region and home to the country’s biggest nutmeg-processing plant. Fruit, vegetable, and meat stalls are hosted by the marketplace of the town. Minibusses operate within the town offering a means of commuting to the public residing here. The first airport of Grenada, the Pearls Airport is located on the outskirts of Grenville. Three secondary schools are also located here.


Victoria is Grenada’s fourth most populous small city, located in the Saint Mark Parish. This popular city to visit in Grenada situated between Gouyave and Nonpareil settlements on the northwest coast of the island. It has some small fishing village and the St. Mark Parish’s center of activity.


Hillsborough is Carriacou’s gentle pace is reflected in the sedate nature of its largest town. You will find here a couple of streets lined with a mixture of modern blocks and classic Caribbean wooden structures. Just make a trip to this one of the beautiful cities in Grenada for appreciating glimpses of the turquoise waters at breaks in the buildings.


Sauteurs is located on the northern tip of the island whose French name translates as ‘Jumpers’. This one of the top cities to visit in Grenada is best known for its grim history. Local Carib families elected to throw themselves off the 130ft-high cliffs that line the coast rather than surrender to the advancing French army, in 1651.

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