Saline Island, Grenada, is located in the southeastern Caribbean Sea. This beautiful 64-acre island lies 1.5 km south of Carriacou, which is the second-largest island of the Grenadines. Saline is well-known for its mangrove, large salt pond, wild goats and its wide variety of birds and fish. It is also the nesting place for sea turtles. A two-bedroom beach house faces a shallow lagoon with its varying shades of blue. An ancient but sturdy relic of a lime kiln stands as a perpetual reminder of the island’s history.
The breath-taking view of the surrounding islands, its extraordinarily white sandy beaches, sloping hills, numerous fish and molluscs, sheltered bay ideal for yacht moorage all make this island a perfect paradise for secluded, exotic get-away. Chartered boats or helicopters can take passengers to and from the mainland, Carriacou. The owners are currently seeking investors and developers to propose developmental projects for the island.