The Carenage is St. George’s lively waterfront promenade, winding around the Inner Harbour. It’s the place to be seen in St. George, the town’s seafront hub and ringed by attractive whitewashed buildings from the colonial era.
Waterfront shop, restaurants and cafes cluster here, and it’s also the location of Grenada’s lively Saturday-morning market. You can shop here for duty-free bargains, the island’s trademark spices, preserves and local crafts.
While you’re here, step off the Carenage to visit Fort George, dating back to 1705 and rewarding you with fine views over the harbor.
The horseshoe-shaped Carenage borders the Inner Harbour in St. George. Water taxis run from here to the popular beach at Grand Anse.