This parish is found to the southeast of Grenada, the main island of the Caribbean nation of Grenada. It is a locale known for its abundance of secluded beaches and picturesque bays and inlets. Grenada rises up into a mountain ridge that has at its feet various agricultural plantations. As they enjoy this tranquil scenery holidaymakers can relax in luxurious holiday villas in Saint David District. This locality, as well as the rest of southern Grenada is fringed by amazing beaches boasting white sands and turquoise waters. All this visitors will be able to view clearly from their holiday accommodation in Saint David District. The island’s airport is also not far from most holiday rentals in Saint David District, meaning a short drive for tourists to their home away from home.
-Beach: The pristine beaches of southern Grenada are arguably the best in the world for hours of dreamy sunbathing or long romantic promenades. They are what compel thousands of tourists to pack up and exchange their homes for holiday accommodation in Saint David District. And who can blame them; what with the kilometres of sugary white sands and stunning views.
-Guided tours: Once they’ve had enough of the sun and are satisfied with their tan, visitors can set about exploring the island’s lush green countryside with the aid of knowledgeable locals. They can be taken around the Westerhall estate and be shown around the rum distillery there where they can sample the local rum.
-Nature trails: Whether or not they are nature lovers, visitors will want to take a detour into the Etang Nature Reserve where they will be treated to the sight of picturesque waterfalls and perfectly still crater lakes. Hiking and mountain biking are the preferred ways of discovering Grenada’s natural beauty.
-Water sports: Grenada’s coastline is renowned for its underwater treasures which include lengthy coral reef and a number of wrecks. In fact Grenada has a reputation as the ‘diving capital of the Eastern Caribbean’. So holidaymakers planning to reside in holiday villas in Saint David District should plan for scuba diving or snorkelling excursions.
-Nightlife: Those who are young and energetic will want to pay a visit to the town of Guoyave. Here they will find a lively blend of local youths (mostly students) and tourists all looking to party the night away in the town’s vibrant nightspots. A bonus is reasonably priced food that is fresh from the sea.
This locale experiences warm tropical weather throughout the year. This is why holidaymakers from Europe seeking to get away from the bite of winter book holiday accommodation in Saint David District in December. Temperature averages remain above 30°C from January to December and there are no distinct seasons to talk about. There is however, quite a bit of rain between June and the end of the year, especially in November.
Only four miles from Saint David District is the Maurice Bishop International Airport, formerly known as the Point Salines International Airport. It receives direct commercial flights from as far as London and New York as well as seasonal flights from Toronto, Canada. Visitors can either take direct flights or connect via Trinidad & Tobago or Barbados. They could also arrive at their holiday villas in Saint David District in style by sailing there aboard cruise ships which dock at St. George’s.