Grenada offers a colorful palette of souvenirs: wood carvings and paintings - ranging from naive to sophisticated; jewellery - from natural materials to emeralds and gold; batiks in the fabulous colors of the Caribbean; and of course spices, jams, jellies and our many different plantation rums.
Most of our big shopping centres are located in the Grand Anse area, but you will also find a huge variety of souvenirs shops and art galleries in St. George's town..
Not to be forgotten, our vendor market directly on the Grand Anse beach. Our general business hours are 8am - 4pm from Monday - Friday and Saturdays from 8am - noon.
The larger supermarkets are open until 7 pm, with the IGA Real Value Supermarket in the Spiceland Mall (Grand Anse) open until 9pm weekdays and open on Sunday until 4pm. There is also Foodland, on Lagoon Road, and FoodFair, in Grand Anse Shopping Mall, as well as the MBIA at the Excel Plaza.
First of all, you cannot visit the Caribbean and not take back some of the rum with you. That is why we recommend that you at least try some of the local rum, which is distilled from sugar cane. It is usually mixed with a variety of local spices to give it a flavour all of its own.
There are several different brands to choose from, but the most sought after one is the River Antoine Rum, which is distilled at the oldest Rum Factory on the island. It has a very high alcohol content, so we do recommend that you sit while drinking it. The demand for this type of rum is such that it can hardly be found in the shops, and is sold out in no time at all.
The next most popular brand is Westerhall Rum, which is normally for export. It is not bottled in large quantities, but it can usually be found in the stores.
These are some of the more popular local jams on the market. They are all made locally and give you that taste which says Isle of Spice. They can be purchased in any of the local supermarkets, or directly from the factory, La Grenade Industries.
Why not get some tropical handicrafts by Arawak Islands. All their products are locally made.
While there are a lot of places where you can purchase t-shirts on the island, if you would prefer good quality at affordable prices, then we would suggest that you pay a visit to Ganzee. The shop is situated in the Esplanade Mall, and offers duty free shopping. Also available are Batik work and paintings, both of which are in the heart of the town.
And of course, SPICES....SPICES.... SPICES! You will find them everywhere.
Conveying the spirit & cultural richness of tropical islands, designs are customised & adapted to every culture keeping the collection of ready-to-wear diverse and the traveller spirit alive. Ethnical with strong emphasis on fair trade principles, using only superior quality fabrics of pure cotton - a quality that bears the assault of time.
DUTY FREE! Located in Havana House on The Carenage, Duty Free Caribbean boast a wide variety of Caribbean crafts, souvenirs, ceramics, spices, jams, jellies, compact discs and small electronics. An impressive array of liquor and wine can also be found, along with crystal by Swarovsky and exquisite figurines by the well-renowned Lladro of Spain. Plus at Liquorland and Foodland.
Arawak Islands carries a wide variety of Grenadian products. We take pride in selecting the most pure and natural ingredients for our recipes, and prepare each product with loving care and attention.
Some of our raw materials we gather and process ourselves (spices, teas, potpourri), while others (hot and spicy sauces, syrups, cocoa, baskets and other hadicrafts) are purchased from local artisans and packaged on our premises. Body oils, soaps, and candles are among the items which we make ourselves.
Located at Le Marquis Complex, Grand Anse. We offer the best of everything needed to enjoy your stay in Grenada, while at the beach or on the water. Our unique bamboo interior and warm atmosphere reflect the island's charm.
Dive masks to dresses, sandals to sunscreen, wetsuits to wallets, we have you covered. You will appreciate our expert advice and friendly service. Grenada's source for Quiksilver, O'Neill, Reef, and more.
A comprehensive range of jewellery with designs that display their own particular unique styles. A wide selection of rings, earrings, pendants, wedding bands, necklaces, and bracelets.