Top 15 beaches in the Seychelles

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More than a hundred islands make up Seychelles, but the vast majority of them are completely uninhabited. Only the selected few can call a private island their home, while the ‘regular’ Seychellois live on one of the three biggest islands – Mahé, Praslin, and La Digue.

With so many beaches dispersed over these hundreds of islands, it is a tough task to decide which ones to visit and which ones to leave. Here are the lists of some of the best beaches in Seychelles that you should include in your trip.

1. Anse Source d’Argent Beach

 

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Anse Source d’Argent Beach in the La Digue island is one of the beautiful and voted as the best beach for several times. Where you can find turquoise water and pink sand which according to National Geographic makes it the most photographic beach. Another interesting thing is the coral reef thanks to which any visitor can enjoy an amazing view under the water.

2. Anse Lazio beach

 

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It is a popular attraction which is situated on Praslin Island in its northwest. This beach is good for swimming and snorkeling. You can sit in the shadow of beautiful Takamaka trees facing towards an incredible mix of turquoise water waves heading towards you.

3. Anse Intendance beach

 

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Another well- known and extremely beautiful beach in Mahe. It is perfect for swimming and walking as it’s covered with soft white sand which in fact makes it great for pictures. There is no reef so it is actually bigger than the other beaches on the island and offers the perfect chance for surfing. you can look around for turtle-nest hatching between October and February as this beach is the most unspoiled one on the island and is still habituated by turtles.

4. Beau Vallon

 

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The most popular beach on Seychelles remains the Beau Vallon. It offers a very safe swimming area not only for adults but for children too and it’s often preferred not only by tourists but by locals too. Everyone can enjoy the countless activities, the view, and its beauty and contemplate it.

5. Port Launay

 

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The best beach for snorkeling lovers is Port Launay in Mahe. It is part of the Mahe National Park and this makes its nature and sea life unique. The beach itself is also memorable and adds up to the calming atmosphere.

6. Cote d’Or

 

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The main beach on Praslin Island is Cote d’Or is the next place a tourist should definitely visit as it has an amazing view and an excellent opportunity for swimming and water sports. It is also the best place to organize a wedding Party.

7. Anse Coco

 

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Anse Coco is the beach for those who are looking for relaxation. It is situated on La Digue Island and the crystal clear water, pristine white sand and natural shade make it a very calm and silent beach.

8. Anse Georgette Beach

 

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If you will rank beaches, then the Anse Georgette in Praslin Island is the second best Beach in whole Seychelles. The beach is not so crowded because it is a kind of private beach. It is an incredible mix of gorgeous turquoise ocean water, pristine white sand, and incredible palm trees make for a truly jaw-dropping beach.

9. Petit Anse Kerlan

 

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A busy and worth seeing the beach is Petit Anse Kerlan. It is a pretty small beach loaded with granite rocks with shallow, calm water, and little to no seaweed, the beach here is always pleasant and safe, even for families with children.

10. Anse a la Mouche beach

 

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Anse a la Mouche beach offers a wide bay with beautiful scenery. You’ll be surprised at just how shallow and calm the ocean surface is. These conditions lend themselves very well to swimming and snorkeling, with the water being safe even for new swimmers and children, as long as they stay close to the shore. Besides that, you will sometimes see people windsurfing or kite surfing across the ocean surface, or even trying their hand on fishing.

11. Anse Soleil

 

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The only beach where you can find coconut and almond trees is Anse Soleil in Mahe Island. It is a small bay, ranked in the top five beaches in the country because of its beautiful  Golden white sand spread across the bay.

12. Anse L’ Islette beach

 

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The Anse L’ Islette beach is a part of the Constance Ephelia’s two main beaches offers a lovely view of a small Island. The waters are shallow so its quite easy to walk out to the island but a little harder to swim. It’s a very attractive beach, but swimmers should likely to head towards the Port Ternay for deeper waters.

13. La Passe and Anse La Reunion

 

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The beaches – La Passe and Anse La Reunion situated close to the main city in La Digue Island are not the best in comparison to the other beaches on the Island. The coast has a fantastic view across the waters to Praslin, and some of the most memorable sunsets in the country.

14. Grand Anse Beach

 

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Grand Anse Beach is the longest beach on Mahe Island. It is the perfect combination of mountains and it is one of its kind in that location. Thanks to that it offers a unique view and experience as it’s perfect for all type of activities.

15. Anse Boileau beach

 

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The fisherman beach as they call it or Anse Boileau beach is a nice bay with shallow waters and lots of locals. The beach itself is suitable for swimming and snorkeling, thanks to the small waves and the shallow water. While some parts of the beach are a bit muddy, in general, the seabed is sandy and the beach itself is clean.

 

Well, that’s pretty much sums up our guide to the Top Seychelles beaches! Hopefully, you’ve found it helpful while picking the perfect Seychelles beach for your trip.

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