|Grenada, Carriacou & Petite Martinique
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Population: Estimated at 110,000
Size of island: The nation consists of three islands: Grenada, Carriacou (pronounced Carry-a koo), and Petite Martinique (pronounced Pitty Mar-ti-neek). Grenada is the largest of the three, measuring 21 miles long, 12 miles wide.
Currency: East Caribbean Dollar
Government: Independent Commonwealth Nation
Overview: Known as the ‘island of spice’, Grenada produces cloves, cinnamon, ginger, vanilla and about a third of the world’s supply of nutmeg. Grenada’s smaller sister island, Carriacou, is known as “land of the reefs’ and is 13 square miles in size. The topography is hilly but not mountainous and features fine sandy beaches and natural harbours, as well as excellent views of the northern Grenadine islands.
Petite Martinique, is the third and smallest island in the state, consisting of little more than the tip of a volcanic cone poking through the water. It lies 2.5 miles off the northeast coast of Carriacou and it is only now being developed for visitors
Main Industry: Agriculture, manufacturing, tourism