The Seychelles in addition to food also have many beaches and are also beautiful. To make your holiday special and pleasant we have chosen for you the 6 best beaches in the Seychelles.
The beautiful Anse Lazio is considered one of the most beautiful beaches in the world. The mix of white sand, blue waters and imposing granite rocks make it one of the best landscapes to photograph in the Seychelles. Anse Lazio is very visited, so if you prefer to be alone, go there before 9. In Anse Lazio there are no buildings or constructions and, although it is one of the most popular beaches in the Seychelles, it is never crowded. There is a small shop and two restaurants serving Creole cuisine. At the western end of the beach there is a bar with no staff, the Honesty Bar, where you can serve yourself and leave your money in a small house. Anse Lazio is a good point for snorkeling and is also suitable for families thanks to its large sandy beach.
Anse Georgette is a dream beach in the north of Praslin and is considered the most beautiful on the island together with Anse Lazio. The enchanting mix of blue sea, white sand and giant palm trees forms a breathtaking landscape. The beach is mainly frequented by guests of the Constance Lémuria Resort, but there are also visitors who come from other hotels. However, Anse Georgette is never crowded. The beach is located inside the property of the Constance Lémuria Resort, to be precise at the end of the golf course. The easiest way to go to Anse Georgette is by sea, for example, as part of a boat trip to a nearby island. As soon as you arrive you immediately understand why Anse Georgette is considered one of the most beautiful beaches in Praslin. Anse Georgette is a real postcard beach and one of the few unspoiled in the Seychelles, since there are no buildings or other structures outside the golf course.
Wild beach among the most beautiful on the island and framed by rock formations. Often deserted, therefore an excellent subject for photography enthusiasts. Grand Anse is one of La Digue’s most underrated beaches. Although the water is deep and the current is strong, Grand Anse boasts exceptional beauty, a white sandy beach and enough equipment to make it perfect for a daily excursion. The beach is located in the southern part of the island, therefore there is no coral reef to protect it from the open sea, which in turn means high waves and sometimes dangerous currents. Visitors usually arrive by bicycle. The beach has a small restaurant and toilets. There are very few shady corners and those few are immediately occupied, therefore Grand Anse is not very suitable for families.
The wild Petite Anse has many things in common with Grand Anse, from which the path starts to reach it. The spectacular landscape, the beautiful sandy beach and its secluded position make it a true postcard beach. This beach has many things in common with its “older sister”, the Grand Anse. Be careful, because even here it is dangerous to swim because of the strong currents. It is the perfect beach for anyone looking for a quiet place to relax and sunbathe. Petite Anse is a little smaller than the nearby Grand Anse, but no less beautiful, indeed absolutely noteworthy for the very few visitors and the spectacular landscape. The soft sand is perfect for children’s games, for sunbathing or for a picnic. Restaurant and toilet facilities are located in nearby Grand Anse.
The dreamy white sandy beach, the natural pools with crystal clear waters and the abandoned buildings make Anse Cocos a spectacular corner of La Digue. A photographers paradise! Anse Cocos is located in the east of La Digue, just behind Petite Anse. The white sandy beach, natural pools and the shade of the trees make Anse Cocos a perfect destination for a daily excursion. The sea is normally very calm, however when the southeast trade winds blow there can be high waves and strong currents. The closest restaurant / bar and restrooms are located in Grand Anse. It is a perfect half for all those who love walking and don’t just want to be sunbathing on the beach. The many shady corners, the blue sea and the beautiful natural pools make Anse Cocos an ideal destination for a daily excursion. Use the day to swim in the sea, sunbathe on the white postcard sandy beach or simply enjoy absolute tranquility.
Anse Intendance is the perfect dream beach, so it is not surprising that many consider it one of the most beautiful in the Seychelles. Anse Intendance is a famous wild beach in the south of Mahé, the largest island in the Seychelles. The wonderful white sand is delimited on both sides by imposing granite rocks, making the beach one of the most beautiful on the island, if not the inner world. Anse Intendance is easily accessible by car or bus. The stop is a few minutes walk away, while there are parking lots in the immediate vicinity. In the period of the south-eastern monsoon the waves become particularly high and strong and it can therefore be dangerous to swim. Anse Intendance is much loved by local surfers, because they find the ideal conditions to ride the waves with their boards. It’s great for a romantic white sand picnic with a wonderful sunset view.