St. Georges - Capital of the Spice Island
With its panoramic views, cultural and historical experiences, pristine natural environment, and its warm and friendly people, it’s easy to understand why the British and the French competed so long for this little gem of an island.
Famous for its picturesque harbour settings, lush and green volcanic mountains and some magnificent beaches, and fabulous aromatic spices, St. Georges continues to captivate visitors from around the world.
Several of the attractive restaurants can be found along the beaches, and the shops are on the Carenage, the open harbour front. The narrow cobblestone streets of St. George’s are lined with buildings dating back to French and British times.
Visitors to the “Isle of Spice” can enjoy all the thriving rainforests, cascading waterfalls, blue lagoons, coral reefs, and secluded powder-white beaches that enchanted European colonists centuries ago and so many today.