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Market Square, St. George's
(2.5/5 based on 200+ reviews on the web)
Pick up some local produce at Market Square, the largest market in Grenada. Walk among the lively atmosphere filled with color and culture. The produce and crafts sit chaotically sprawled out on rickety tables, while vendors eagerly call out to spruik their wares. Try some of the exotic fruits and vegetables on sale, such as breadfruit, carambola, French cashew, soursop, and star apple. Drink out of a fresh coconut while you pick up some spices to cook with. The spot can also offers a great selection of distinctive souvenirs. Make Market Square part of your personalized St. George's itinerary using our St. George's trip builder.
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  • Most of the shopping in terms of vegetables and fruits is on the market in the capital. Most people buy their food at the market for it is cheaper than in stores!
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  • if you are in Grenada on a Saturday morning, the market square is the place to be. All of the growers are set up in the market stalls selling local home grown produce, and it's the place where everyon...  more »
  • The market square sells local produce which is fair cheaper than the imported fruit and veg in the supermarkets. And of course there are spice stalls wherever you look. The stall holders will chat to ...  more »