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This was a pleasant part of Georgetown with the old town in the background and the boats and yachts in the harbor and unfortunately the port itself. There were a number of restaurants and bars as well. Definitely worth a walk.
It is about a kilometer or more and shaped like a horseshoe with many sailboats and ferries. There are many bars and restaurants around for a drink and to sit down and while away some time. The Carenage looks pretty at night too as it...More
Nice place for a short walk, and you can go through the tunnel to the markets and other shops. Beware of the scammers in purple polo shirts hanging around on the carenage. They appear to be official tour guides with ‘walking tour guide’ logos on...More
This is such a truly beautiful area in Grenada. This was where we met the 3-masted tall sailing ship, the S/V Mandalay for a week's sail in the Grenadines. An absolute trip of a lifetime. The Carenage is a very protected harbor in the town...More
The drive in and out of Carenage is a whole one way style so you need to plan your trip properly get a good car park. We wanted to see the old city, historical architecture and visit the market it was a very informative and...More
Walked from the bus stop around the carenage to BB’s and found it to be somewhere with so much potential but rather boring, with little to see or do. Admittedly it was low season but expected so much more on a Saturday afternoon.
Hello just back from Grenada had a wonderful time all seems very safe all locals speak very good English seems as though its home from home as ive lived in Philippines and wounldnt let the cat or dog outside our garden