La Sagesse Beach Last weekend we were taking a drive around the island, and stopped off at a couple of beaches on the way. One of those which we visited, and one of our personal favourites, was La Sagesse beach. You can find it on the southeast coast, in the St.David's area. Some people prefer it to the more popular ones, like Grand Anse beach, mainly because it tends to be almost deserted. Even on sundays and public holidays, when you would expect to meet more people there, it still looks empty. The beach itself is in a bay, so...
If you would like somewhere to go to get away from the crowds and just relax and enjoy a refreshing soak in a river, then we would suggest you try the one in Victoria, near the old Tufton Hall estate. We recently went there, and can highly recommend it.
If you ever thought about an island vacation and exploring the secluded beaches and small islands of the Grenadines, then i think we have just the thing for you. This is exactly what we did during the week 27 June - 3rd July, and the best i can say to describe it is.… WOW!
The pools at the Seven Sisters falls are the perfect place to beat the heat, or just relax with some friends on a picnic. The water is nice and cool….(this is a polite way of saying that it is 'COLD'!!) However, after hiking to the falls, this just makes it very refreshing. The falls are fun to swim under, and you get a good workout just getting there against the current.
Had another nice trip to Sandy Island again.… no, not the more popular one by Carriacou, the one which is off the north east coast of Grenada. We go there a couple times a year, and if you go there yourself, you'll see why. It is definitely one of the nicest islands around Grenada, and a typical 'Robinson Crusoe' island.