ANSE LAZIO · PRASLIN
This beach is located on the north of the Praslin and considered by Lonely Planet as the best beach on the island of Praslin and one of the best in the whole archipelago. It has clear water and beautiful landscape, which attracts a large part of tourists. The beach is surrounded by large granite rocks. The water is quite deep, so the lifeguard is often present. This spot has good conditions for swimming and snorkeling.
ANSE SOURCE D’ARGENT · LA DIGUE
Number one of the photographed Seychelles beaches. Hailed one of the most beautiful beach of the world. Completely deserved. Anse Source D’Argent is the only beach where you have to pay the access fee, as it is located in the National Park. The path to the beach leads through banana and vanilla fields, which then turn into characteristic granite rocks. There are no hotels here, however you can drink coconut water of freshly squeezed fruit juices in one of the beach bars. The water is calm, there are no waves and colorful fish can be admired at the very edge of the coast. It is perfect place for swimming and snorkeling.
ANSE COTE D’OR (VOLBERT) · PRASLIN
Long, wide beach with fine and delicate sand. Despite being one of the most popular in Praslin it is quite calm, without crowds. The color of the ocean, its blue and green shades, wonderfully contrast with the white of the sand. The entrance to the water is gentle and sandy. Short waves or lack of them makes swimming a great pleasure. It’s easy to swim here, even at low tide. Additionally there are no seaweed as on the opposite side of the island.
ANSE SEVERE · LA DIGUE
North beach on the island of La Digue. The beach is long and sandy. There is a lot of coral washed up on the shore. This is probably the best place for snorkeling, especially the bay at the very beginning. Fish, turtles, morays… you can discover lush underwater life. The water level changes, so it can be shallow to the calf, and it can be up to the armpits. Here you will also find juicy bars, where the giant seychelles turtle fonds of fruity morsels.
BAIE LARAIE · CURIEUSE
One of the beaches on the Curieuse Island. The beach is quiet and peaceful. There is a little seaweed on the sand, but the water is crystal clear and huge rocks intensify the beauty of this place. This is the fantastic place for swimming and snorkeling. The water hides shoals of small fish and beautiful corals. Moreover the spot is known for the population of large humphead parrotfish, growing up to 1,2 m in length. You can spend a long time here and relish the beauty all around.
ANSE ST JOSE · CURIEUSE
Azure water, white soft sand, wide and picturesque beach… You can make a walk along the beach, take a sunbath or swim in the water with little, colorful fish. Anse St. Jose is famous for Aldabra giant tortoises. If you are lucky you might see them laying their eggs. The beach is connected to Baie Laraie beach, which you can reach crossing the Curieuse Marine National Park and its thick mangrove forest.
ANSE PATATES · LA DIGUE
A tiny beach in the north of La Digue, just behind Anse Severe next to the Patatran Village Hotel. Extremely charming, surrounded by palm trees, leaning towards the water with large boulders, characteristic of the Seychellois landscape. It is known for strong current and large waves. The water here deepens rather quickly due to the lack of coral reef protection. Swimming is recommended only close to the shore. The beach is accessible only from the land, by foot, bike or car.
GRAND ANSE · LA DIGUE
A beautiful beach, extremely picturesque and heavenly with long, wide, sandy coast and huge rocks on each side. High waves make swimming impossible, what is mentioned right at the entrance by the warning board. However it is perfect for sunbathing and surfing. Beaches from this side of the island have no cover in the form of other nearby islands, that’s why they are exposed to the rough ocean and huge waves. Nevertheless, it is definitely worth coming here and seeing this place.
ANSE INTENDANCE · MAHÉ
Anse Intendance is the wild beach located in the south of Mahé. It is the perfect combination of white sand and huge granite boulders. As the water gets deep quite quickly it is not recommended to swim. There is also no coral reef to discover. However the beach is surrounded by huge palm trees, you can hear singing birds and admire colorful blooming flowers. As there are only few tourist you can relax and have a peaceful time. It is the excellent spot for shooting and pictures taken here are incomparable thanks to the wild appearance.
ANSE GEORGETTE · PRASLIN
Anse Georgette is one of the most beautiful beaches in the Seychelles. It is small and breathtaking. It is located in the area of the Hotel Constance Lemuria. However as the beaches in Seychelles are public, everyone can come to Anse Georgette. There are few tourists there and the beach impresses with various shapes of the rocks. It has a postcard scenery with its perfect golden sand, crystal-clear water and tropical palm trees.