|Grenada offers several secluded and private beaches. Most of the better-known beaches are in the southwestern part of Grenada, including the beaches at Calabash, Lance aux Epines, and Horseshoe. This is also the location of Grenada's most famous stretch of sand, the two-mile long Grand Anse.
There are no clothing optional beaches in Grenada.
|Grand Anse: the island's most famous recreational retreat. Luxurious resort hotels line the two miles of pure white sand shaded by fringed coconut palms. On the Caribbean side, its waters are gentle and crystal clear.|
|Morne Rouge Bay: located just south of the Grand Anse beach, is smaller, calmer and more private. There are no water sports shops located there. It is an ideal place to just sit back, relax and soak up the sunshine. The water is fairly shallow, and consequently it is always a little warmer here than on other beaches. This is the ideal beach if you happen to be vacationing with children, as it is usually very calm.|
|Lance Aux Epines and St. David's: In the north part of the island there are a half dozen other nice, more secluded beaches. Most of them are a little way off the beaten path and are only access able with a four wheel drive vehicle.|