Explore 5 Of The Best Beaches In The World On Your Island Adventure In The Seychelles  

Explore 5 Of The Best Beaches In The World On Your Island Adventure In The Seychelles

5 Of The Best Beaches In The World Await You In The Seychelles.

The Seychelles has won a reputation for being one of the world’s stand-out holiday destinations for travelers in search of authenticity, harmony, safety and one of the most extraordinary experiences of nature on the planet.

Renowned for its natural beauty and incredible flora and fauna, the beaches that hem Seychelles turquoise blue and warm waters are a draw unto themselves. From secluded powder-soft crescents to long stretches of palm and veloutier-fringed strands, every island holds its secret ‘anse’ and with well over 120 beaches to choose from just on the three main islands of the Seychelles you are bound to find your perfect paradise setting and with the resorts dedicated team able to book and plan your adventures throughout the island or neighboring islands, get out and explore and discover the true Seychelles like no other.

Five beaches which should absolutely be on every visitor’s instagram list.


An idyllic hideaway spot, on La Digue, Anse Cocos is located on the eastern coast of the small island and is only accessible by a 30-minute hike, either by taking a path from Grand Anse or in the other direction from Anse Fourmis. Less well-known than the much photographed Anse Source D’Argent, with which it shares similar features, picturesque Anse Cocos is all the more prized for its secluded aspect, which makes all its charms.


Known as the most famous beach on Praslin, Anse Lazio is often listed among the top ten beaches in the world.Age-old granite sentinels stand guard at both ends of the picture perfect stretch of soft white sands leading to clear waters, perfect for swimming and snorkeling. A must on every visitor’s list, Anse Lazio remains agreeably soothing and will not disappoint.


Another favorite on Praslin, the superb Anse Georgette is well worth the 30-minute hike through the grounds of the luxurious Constance Lemuria Resort. Alternatively, it is accessible by boat. If you make it to Anse Georgette, you will definitely be conquered by powder soft sand fringed by lush tropical flora, as well as an amazing snorkeling spot.


Reputed to be the most photographed beach in the world, and accessible by a bicycle ride through La Digue’s L’Union Estate, this unique landmark is treasured for its huge granite boulders but also its soft white sand and clear turquoise waters. Sheltered by the reef, the sea is endlessly calm at Anse Source D’Argent, making it a favorite for families and couples who just want to be rocked by the waves or try their hand at snorkeling. A must, if you are on La Digue!


Often described as ‘breathtaking’ or even ‘outstanding’, Anse Takamaka is one of Mahé’s most stunning beaches.  Located in the south of Mahé, Anse Takamaka epitomizes the postcard-perfect beach, where the wild waters of the Indian Ocean come to shore.

Over View Seychelles, all the islands have been blessed with many natural assets and attributes including possessing a near-perfect and disease-free climate; an endless list of world-beating beaches; a sanctuary for some of the world’s rarest species of flora & fauna and an enviable conservation record whereby almost half of the 455 sq.km landmass has been set aside as natural parks and reserves.  There are also no less than two UNESCO World Heritage Sites: the extraordinary Vallée de Mai where the legendary, double-lobed coconut, the Coco-de-Mer grows high on ancient palms in a setting so surreal it was once thought to be the original site of the Garden of Eden, and Aldabra atoll, the planet’s largest raised coral atoll.