Most beatiful Seychelles beaches
La Digue - Anse Source d'Argent
Praslin - Anse Lazio
Praslin - Anse Gouvernement
It is a beautiful little known beach and little frequented. The sandy stretch, not very deep, consists of fine sand of coral origin as many other beaches, but its uniqueness lies in the lagoon in front with shallow water, warm and emerald green. Walking in this lagoon is really nice and the presence of a rock formation not far from the shore and easy to get increases its charm. The granite formation has been eroded by the sea over the centuries so that now there are rocks from small / medium size, which in turn create small internal lagoons where the water is clear and calm. The coastal vegetation is, as always, lush and provides shelter from the sun during the hottest hours of the day.
Mahè - Anse à La Mouche
Often the island of Mahé is regarded as the least interesting of the Seychelles but that does not correspond to reality, also has very interesting coves and beaches. L'Anse à la Mouche is one of those bays that I think deserve to be visited, it is a wide inlet which is located in the south-west coast of the island easily accessible by car or by public buses. The long coral sand beach is deep and varies little according to the tides, there are few tourists who are lost on the long beach, much more are the local children have fun in the shallow calm crystal Water management of current-free bay. Here is the chance to make long and relaxing walks.
Praslin - Anse Georgette
This is a very famous beach and fairly popular. It is located on the north end of the island and you can easily reach along the road on the west coast in this area ends. Its uniqueness is the fact that it is located within a luxury resort complete with a golf course, the Lèmuria. To access the resort equindi the beach for free, it is necessary to book because the number of tourists who accept each day is limited and the demands are many, I suggest you book in advance, preferably before starting planning the exact day and sending a request by mail to firstname.lastname@example.org, the resort staff is courteous and responds quickly. Once inside the resort you will have to walk a stretch of the resort and a stretch of the golf course (very nice) until you get to the beach (see map on the right >>).
La Digue - Anse Patates
Small beach located on the north end of the island of La Digue in the vicinity of a small resort. Anse Patates for me is a little "gem" in that encloses in a small space that is the best of the Seychelles islands, white sand, palm grove behind rich, crystal clear water of the sea splendid colors, the coral reef that protects it from the open sea , granite rocks on one side, possibility of easy snorkeling near the shore, you want? For all these reasons, the beach is very busy and being small is normally taken by storm and you need to get up early if you want to occupy a favorable place with possibility of using the shadow of palm trees.
Mahè - Anse Bouganville
The beach of Anse Bougainville is located on the southeast coast of the island of Mahe. The coastal road passes on the side of the beach so easy to reach and easy to spot. The reef is not far from the beach and surrounding waters are a beautiful emerald green shading on the blue minimize the presence of algae. Features Included palms that line the beach, many of them are definitely leaned towards the sea allowing it to take advantage of the pleasant shade staying close to the shore even during the hottest times of the day. Nearby is a bar surrounded by tropical greenery.
Praslin - Anse Boudin
The beach is located opposite the island of Curieuse at a small town on the east coast road that leads to the famous Anse Lazio. Perhaps this proximity to the "big sister" means that this beach is overlooked by tourists, very few are those who stop and that's a shame. Although not up to the "big sister" this beach is a long spit of shallow white sand, sometimes wild with vegetation that sometimes looks almost the sea, very beautiful sea of emerald green color with aqueous quiet and shallow , suitable for swimming especially for families and children.
Mahè - Baie Lazare
Wide bay located on the southeast coast of the island of Mahe. A long stretch of white sand stretches along the entire bay and clear water is always calm and warm inviting immediately to dive for a swim. The tropical vegetation, with many palm trees and tropical vegetation that provides ample gray areas, close to the beach which is frequented by few tourists disperse easily given the length of the beach. Also here is the presence of many local children playing with water and with fishing boats anchored near the shore, a suitable environment for those who seek peace and quiet in the great outdoors.
La Digue - Anse Pierrot
Small beach literally stuck in the rocks that line the stretch of the south-west coast of the island of La Digue. The wild appearance and the many coconut trees that stretch to the sea make it very characteristic. The sea front is colored blue and turquoise, the water is shallow and calm, the beach is protected by coral reefs. The rocks to extremes to hide it from view as long as you are not particularly close To reach it you must wait for low tide and drive along the coast starting from the famous Anse Source d'Argent. For this reason there are very few tourists who reach certain and do not even stop, maybe go on to reach the southernmost tip of the island. Be careful when the tide starts to climb, if you linger too might have some difficulties for the return.