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I'm not sure why this is called a nature center. It's a small, quiet beach with a small hotel and restaurant. La Sagesse is a protected small bay on the Atlantic side of Grenada, so it gets great waves. The water is usually not very...More
We always visit this resort at least once when we are on Grenada, either for lunch or on a day pass. The beach is truly stunning, the location idillyic, the food excellent. There is another 'secret' beach at the far end of the main strand,...More
When you think of paradise in the Caribbean you think of this beach. It’s always quiet, always calm seas in a natural bay and always stunning to look at. Visit this beach at least once in your life. It will take your breath away.
We went here on a Sunday, a time when most beaches are crowded. La Sagesse was a positive surprise: almost secluded, few people, clean sandy and shadowy beach with palm - and other trees. The water is shallow for "miles". But the water was not...More
We try to go for a swim in the ocean everyday that we can while on vacation. La Saggesse definitely became our "go to" beach! The water was calm enough to swim in, very clear and never very busy. We had no problem getting to...More
My husband and I spent a day here on our trip to Grenada - its a lovely beach, very unspoilt and peaceful - when we were here the sea was not crystal clear and there was some weed to wade through but past that it...More
Has anyone stayed here? If so, can you recommend which of the room types to select (from the few available) for a couple who loves the laid-back caribbean experience and lots of quiet and privacy. Thanks !
February 25, 2006|
Hi, Skooski, We returned from Grenada a few days ago. We didn't stay at La Sagesse, but we spent three afternoons on the beach, which is absolutely wonderful. I didn't see the inside of the accommodations, but the new standalone "cabin" looked very appealing. My impression is that it has two separate rooms. Each one had a good-sized balcony, with a table and chairs. We also enjoyed the Sunday barbeque at the restaurant.