Official nameGrenada
Name in local languageGrenada (en)
Population (ranking: 204e)115,465 inhabitants (2019)
Population growth1.09 % / year
Area349 km²
Density330.85 inhabitants / km²
GDP (ranking: 212e)1.207 billions $USD (2018)
GDP/capita (ranking)10,834 $USD (2018)
GDP growth4.80 % / year (2018)
Life expectancy (ranking)72.40 years (2018)
Birth rate16.90 ‰ (2013)
Fertility rate2.10 children / woman (2017)
Death rate (ranking)7.60 ‰ (2013)
Infant mortality rate (ranking)15.00 ‰ (2017)
Literacy rate96.00 % (2013)
Official languagesEnglish de facto (French Creole spoken)
CurrencyEast Caribbean dollar ($ XCD)
HDI (ranking: 110e)0.763 / 1 (2018)
EPI (ranking)50.93 (2018)
GovernmentConstitutional monarchy
Head of StateQueen Elizabeth II ; Governor-General Cécile La Grenade
National Day7 February (independence of 1974)
Tourists (ranking)146,000 people (2017)
Grenade – petite

Grenada is an island state in the Caribbean Sea, which includes the island of Grenada, the island of Carriacou and the island of Petite Martinique, located in the southern part of the Grenadines archipelago. The country shares this archipelago with Saint Vincent and the Grenadines, located to the north. To the south are Trinidad and Tobago and Venezuela.

Île Calivigny, Grenade
Calivigny Island, Grenada
Saint-Georges, capitale de la Grenade
St. George’s, capital of Grenada
Saint-Georges, capitale de la Grenade
St. George’s, capital of Grenada
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Urban areas (2017)
Urban areasPopulation
St. George's52,984 inhabitants
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Administrative divisions
Carriacou et Petite Martinique (Dépendance)9,521 inhabitants38 km²
Saint Andrew24,749 inhabitants91 km²
Saint David11,286 inhabitants47 km²
Saint George37,057 inhabitants67 km²
Saint John8,591 inhabitants39 km²
Saint Mark3,994 inhabitants23 km²
Saint Patrick10,674 inhabitants44 km²
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See also