Sandals LaSource Grenada Resort & Spa. Sandwiched between the Atlantic Ocean and Caribbean Sea, Sandals LaSource is located along the beautiful Pink Gin Beach, and minutes from St. George's lively expanse, on the southernmost tip of Grenada. Only five minutes from Grenada's International Airport, the all–new Sandals LaSource Grenada features all the comforts and luxury Sandals Resorts is known for, from the delectable cookery inspired by the best recipes of Europe, the Far East, and the West Indies, to the luxurious Red Lane® Spa and signature Caribbean hospitality.LEARN MORE ABOUT SANDALS LASOURCE GRENADA
The island of Spice
The distinct and pungent aroma of spices will assail your nostrils.
There are more spices in Grenada per square mile than any other place in the world! Cloves, cinnamon, ginger, turmeric, cocoa, nutmeg, and mace grow in abundance here. Nutmeg is the country's biggest export, producing one–third of the world's supply. Used to season anything from meats and vegetables to cocktails and Grenada's national dish, Oil Down, this super spice, is so revered that it even has a place on the country's flag. Sample the delicious spices of Grenada with locally inspired fare served at Sandals LaSource.
St. George's bustling harbor
Named in honor of King George III of England.
The capital city St. George's is home to three forts, narrow streets, a vibrant spice and vegetable market, horseshoe–shaped harbor, and historic tunnel that connects Bay Town to the Carenage. With stately Georgian architecture and fish–scale tiles decorating the town, a medley of brick warehouses, stone buildings, and painted timber houses light up this "city on a hill." St. George's epitomizes the spirit of this beautiful island, housing both colorful and unique structures and giving visitors a true sense of Grenada's historical past and extraordinarily beautiful present. St. George's has also become synonymous with maritime activities, regattas and the annual Port Louis Grenada Sailing Festival.
Encounter New Worlds
Fluorescent blue radiates from atop the crystalline waterscape where just below lies a captivating world of treasures and troves of fantastic coral reefs and abundant marine life. The varying dive sites of Grenada are located in bright areas dappled by sunlight and friendly aquatic life, as well as shadowy zones adorned with age-old ship remnants—both allow a thrilling interaction for novice and experienced divers alike. Along with 15 shipwreck sites and a fascinating marine life including seahorse, frog fish and octopus, Grenada tenders Sculpture Park, the world’s first underwater sculpture gallery that illustrates the island’s colorful culture and folklore.