You want to find a place to retire or own a second home. Somewhere warm. Somewhere where English is the primary language and where coconut palm trees are abundant. And importantly, a place where the properties are reasonable.
If all this sounds inviting, then the idyllic island nation of Grenada should be at the top of your list. In addition to its dramatic natural beauty, its climate is just about perfect, with average high temperatures ranging from 75° to 87° (24°C to 30°C).
This Eastern Caribbean island gained independence from Great Britain in 1973, and after an invasion and short war with the United States in 1983, the democratic government and political system have been stable. Grenada (pronounced gren-AY-dah) is known as the Island of Spice because of the Continue reading