I come across posts about Grenada, its beautiful beaches and plethora of beach bars on almost a weekly basis. Each time I do, I question why I haven’t been there. From Grande Anse to the lesser known Mourne Rouge (BBC) beach, Grenada’s shoreline can stand up against any others in the Caribbean. Throw in famous beach bars such as La Plywood, Roger’s Beach Bar and Umbrellas and you have what might be a true beach bar bum’s utopia.
As if the above reasons weren’t enough to visit, you can now add Savvy’s Cabana to the list. If this aerial view is any indication of what’s awaiting us on the ground, I’m ready to sign up for the next flight!
Title – Beach Bar, Grand Anse Beach | Grenada, Caribbean
Photographer – Hugh Whyte
Date Taken – April 10, 2021
Source – Photographer via Unsplash
License – Free to use under the Unsplash license.
Settings – f/6.3 / 1/500s / 100 ISO
Camera – DJI FC6310
About the Beach Bar (via Mount Cinnamon Resort)
“Surrounded by beautiful tropical gardens, directly on Grand Anse Beach and just meters from the turquoise waters of the Caribbean, the Beach Cabana is open daily serving BBQ, salads and snacks as well as drinks from 10am until the sun goes down. Chill out, relax, enjoy the view and ponder the possibilities of a short nap under the palms.”
Find out more about Grenada and its beach bars!
Have you been to this beach bar? If so, let us know what you thought about it in the comments! Should we go? Avoid it? Things to look out for? Helpful words of advice? We’ll take it all!