Grenada Area Code

+662 is the dialing code for Grenada.

Grenada in the Caribbean is also called Kryddön due to the large cultivations of mainly nutmeg. The former British colony ended up in the spotlight in 1983, when divisions within the country’s Marxist leadership led to military coups – which in turn prompted the United States to invade the country. The American invasion was followed by general elections and since 1984 there have been changes in power on democratic grounds.

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Geography and climate

Grenada Area Code

Grenada lies 16 miles north of the Venezuelan coast and is the southernmost island within the archipelago of the Lovarts Islands (Windward Islands). These, in turn, make up the southern part of the Little Antilles in the Caribbean (Caribbean). Grenada also includes a number of islands within the Grenadines archipelago, notably Carriacou and Petite Martinique, north of the main island.

Grenada, which was christened by Spanish sailors after the Spanish city of Granada at the end of the 1400s, is also known as “Spice Island” because of its many nutmeg cultures. The inner parts of Grenada are rainforest and mountainous and the island, which is of volcanic origin, has been hit by earthquakes several times. Along the coasts are wide sandy beaches.

The climate is subtropical; the pass winds provide cool and ample rainfall. The rainy season falls between June and November. The country is on the outskirts of an area that is often haunted by hurricanes.

Country Facts


Cultivated land 32.3 %
Land area 344 km 2

Population and health

Population development 0.48 ‰
Urban population (Urbanization) 35.6 %
Death rate 8.08 per 1000 residents
Life expectancy: Women 76.88 years
Life expectancy: Men 71.47 years
Birth rate 16.03 births per 1000 residents
HDI index 0.750
Population 110694
Infant mortality 10.21 deaths / 1000 births

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Electricity, production 193 million kWh
Energy consumption per resident 782 kg. oil per resident
Natural gas, production million cubic meters
Crude oil, production million tons


Internet users 45.1 per 100 residents
Mobile subscriptions 122 per 100 residents
Passenger cars 122 per 1000 residents

Business and economics

Unemployment 33.5% of the workforce
GDP 13100 per resident
Primary occupations 11 %
Secondary profession 20 %
Tertiary professions 69 %


344 km2 (2018)


Swedish – 5 hours

Capital with number of residents

St George’s 38,000

Other major cities

Gouyave, Hillsborough

Highest mountain

St Catherine (841 m asl)