From the moment you set foot in pretty St George’s, it becomes clear that this is a city which rewards multiple visits. The centre of town is filled with remarkable architecture you could spend days exploring, while Carenage Harbour boasts colourful buildings and quaint fishing boats bobbing in the water. Perhaps the St George’s most distinctive feature, however, is its Underwater Sculpture Park. There are now 80 works on the seabed, slowly becoming encrusted with coral. You can both snorkel and dive at the site to get an up close and personal look at these unique sculptures. Soak up some history on one of our St George’s cruises by visiting Fort George, which is the oldest fort in all of Grenada (it was built by the French in 1705). There are cannons to see at the top, as well as panoramic views of St George’s. The Grenada National Museum delves even deeper, and sometimes even hosts drumming and music events. Before leaving the city, make sure to check out the hilltop Cathedral of the Immaculate Conception. Although it was devastated by Hurricane Ivan in 2004, it’s been lovingly restored to its former glory, and offers sweeping vistas of the harbour and surrounds.