Rugged and sparse, St David bears the full brunt of the Atlantic Ocean, with a jagged and weathered coastline to show for it. The parish is also home to some of Grenada’s best arable land and is known as the ‘spice parish’. The gentle slopes and stretches of flat land are used for cultivating nutmeg, sugarcane, guava, mangoes and more.
Westerhall Estate Rum Factory
A family-owned rum factory dating back to the 1700s, producing award-winning rums. The 500 acre estate includes the oldest functioning waterway in the Western Hemisphere. Offering tours explaining the whole process of producing rum, Westerhall Estate showcases traditional and modern distillation processes and includes an onsite museum.
Laura Herb & Spice Garden
A fragrant path of nutmeg shells leads visitors around this fertile garden, part of an old estate. On the twenty-minute tour, learn all about the spices and herbs grown in Grenada, including nutmeg, cloves, turmeric, bay leaf and more.
Palm Tree Gardens
Two acres of botanical gardens with over 300 plant species, including 40 palm varieties, anthuriums, bromeliads and orchids. Stop by the lily pond to say hello to the red-footed tortoises.
Gem Rose Eden Garden
Another beautiful garden showing off fruit trees interspersed with orchids and other colourful tropical blooms, all flowing down a hillside. Owner Gemma will show you around, followed by a fruit juice, fresh from one of her fruit trees.
Explore Grenada's other parishes in our Sightseeing Section.