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Grenada Marine (and Boatyard) is located on Grenada’s southeastern coast, in the parish of St. David, occupying ten acres of beachfront on the protected St. David’s Harbor. There is a beautiful and secluded beach nearby La Sagesse bay. The tropical gardens at La Sagesse Nature Centre enhance the
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Grenada Marine is located in Saint David.
Saint David is a town on the Southern shore of the Saint David Parish of Grenada, a Caribbean country comprising seven islands. Saint David's Parish is one of Grenada’s territorial divisions that stands out through a peculiar administrative detail; there is no major town in this region. Saint David, however, is one of the most famous locations due to its touristic potential.
The first inhabitants of this region and of the rest of the country were the Caribs. In the 17th century the French colonists founded their first settlement, and in the following century, the British colonists also started to occupy parts of the region. One of the most important historical figures of Saint David is Lord Würtele, a rich German merchant who acquired the area that nowadays hosts Saint David. He helped develop the area by building a mill and a large mansion which reflected the traditional Quebec architecture. This gave way to a continuous growth as more colonists and indigenes started to settle to Saint David.
Nowadays the town and the entire parish are a major touristic zone in Grenada; people usually come here to enjoy the quiet surroundings, relax on the sea shore or book a berth online and explore the island.
One of the major touristic attractions in Saint David is the marina called Le Phare Bleu where skippers can book a berth online trough MarinaReservation.com, relax and disconnect from the stresses of day-to-day life. The panoramic view around the marina is beautiful, and many people come here for the mere pleasure of the sight.
Saint David is also a great place to go on a kayak tour, and many local providers offer their services; the departure point is usually Whisper Cove Marina and the tour’s route can vary.
The Blowhole at Fort Jeudy is a landmark of the region, and it is a recurrent destination for hikers who want to admire the natural beauty of the island and the blue waters preserved in this formation.
Saint David’s Point is another common destination. Most tourists get here to take photos of the beautiful panoramic view.
Another natural wonder that shouldn’t be skipped is the Hog Island located near Saint David. This place can be reached either by foot or boat; the fascinating relief and flora make it a great hiking challenge.
Some of the most beautiful beaches in the surroundings are Porthmawr Beach, Porthclais Beach,Caerbwdi Beach, St Justinian's Baech or Caerfai Beach.
The town atmosphere is charming; Saint David is the place where people feel the clock has stopped ticking. It’s a perfect destination to relax and leave all the worries behind.
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