Top 10 beaches to visit in Seychelles

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Top 10 beaches to visit in Seychelles:

Creolepay’s top 10 beaches to visit in Seychelles is based on our rating and amount of tourists each beach receives every year. Seychelles island is best known for its serene beaches. here are our top 10 beaches to visit in Seychelles.

1.Anse Source d’Argent beach of la digue island:

 Things to know:

  • crystal clear water
  • small waves
  •  ideal for all ages
  • best spot for snorkeling
  • shade available
  • crowded at peak times
  • car park, restaurants and toilets available
  • nice beach for photography

 

 

Anse Source d’Argent is a must visit beach of la digue island in mahe seychelles, its located at the south-west of la digue in L’Union Estate, should be described as the dream beach of Seychelles and it is one of the most photographed beaches in the world. You will be surprised to know that this place has been a heaven spot for many films, adverts and hundreds of TV shows. If you are planning for Seychelles holiday, Anse Source d’Argent beach of la digue island is one place you never miss out to visit. its one of the best tropical vacations and listed as top 10 beaches in the world. Take my personal note, don’t forget to take….(read more).

2.Anse Lazio beach of Praslin island:

  Things to know:

  • crystal clear water
  • flat waves, but sometimes rough
  •  ideal for all ages
  • best spot for snorkeling
  • shade available a nd a nice sunset view
  • crowded at peak times
  • car park, restaurants and toilets available

Anse Lazio beach of Praslin is the second largest beach in the island, located to the north-west coast of Praslin after a jungle trail hill. This beach deserves the pride of being most romantic setting in the Seychelles. It is to be mentioned that Anse Lazio beach of Praslin is listed as the 6th best beaches in the world by trip advisor. extending half a mile with the picture-perfect look, fine white sands, crystal clear gorgeous turquoise waters anse Lazio of Praslin is must to visit top 10 beaches of Seychelles…...(read more).

3.Anse cocos beach of la digue island:

Things to know:

  • secluded ambience
  • beautiful boulders
  • crystal clear waters
  • best spot for snorkeling
  • natural pools
  • small waves
  • ideal for all ages

 

 

Anse cocos beach of la Digue island is a haven for photographers and visitors alike, the crystal clear shallow waters of the Anse Cocos is just a 30-40-minute hike from the coast of Grand Anse. Well worth the hike and the hype, Anse Cocos offers its visitors with picturesque scenery, palm trees offering shade for those wishing to stay out of the sun and beautiful boulders displaying the artistry of nature. Secluded waters are at times dangerous and with less than 10 visitors willing to endure the hike help isn’t close by in case of trouble, therefore caution is advised…….(read more).

4.Anse Georgette beach of Praslin island:

Things to know:

  • crystal clear torquise water
  • natural shade and lovely breeze
  • stunning rock formation
  • best spot for snorkeling
  • waters go deep often
  • best for picnicking and sunbathing
  • ideal for photography

Anse Georgette beach of Praslin island is often described as the calmest beach and one of the most famous beaches on Praslin Island. Situated on the northwest coast of the island, it is often acclaimed as the most beautiful beach on Praslin. It is known for it’s untouched and pristine beauty which creates a breathtaking view. Despite its popularity, this beach is perfect for those not at home with huge crowds. This is one of the major difference between other beaches on Praslin Island like Anse Lazio and Anse coco. Though it is not a private beach, the easiest…….(read more).

5.Grand anse beach of la digue island:

Things to know:

  • Strong and deep waters
  • golden fine sands
  • sea is rough
  • Restaurants and toilets available
  • high tide
  • not much crowd
  • not much to snorkel

 

 

Grand anse beach of la digue island is located at the south-east coast of la digue island, should be described as the dream beach for tourist who wishes to experience wild sea to swim. Powdery golden sand, rocks and turquoise blue waters make it a perfect beach. Due to its weird nature of being rough and deep, it attracts only few visitors throughout the year. The sea is rough during south-east monsoon, so grand anse beach …...(read more).

6.Beau Vallon beach of Mahe Island:

Things to know:

  • shallow waters
  • shady with palm trees
  • crowded at peak times
  • Restaurants and toilets available
  • ideal for parasailing and jet skiing
  • ideal for snorkeling

 

 

Beau Vallon beach is on Mahe’s north western coast. This beach is the island’s longest and most famous one. Known best for the wide range of water sports it offers, it’s the perfect place for young and old alike. Though it is a bit crowded, it gives a taste of real island life to the tourists. Right from the tiny shops selling trinkets and souvenirs, to the fishermen haggling their wares in the afternoon sun,…...(read more).

7.Anse intendance beach of Mahe Island:

Things to know:

  • strong and deep waters
  • not much to snorkel
  • clear water and fine white sand
  • not much crowd
  • ideal for surfing
  • not much crowded
  • lifeguards available

 

 

Anse Intendance beach is one of the fabulous beaches of Mahe Seychelles, bestowed with the exotic view of wild waves bumping the jungle. These less crowded beaches are provided with deep waters and fine white sands facilitate a peaceful holiday for the visitors. Southeast winds blow from May to September hence it is not safe for visitors to swim and surf. Rather the…...(read more).

8.Anse Marron beach of la Digue island:

Things to know:

  • crystal clear waters
  • Ideal for snorkeling
  • natural pools
  • not much crowd
  • granite boulders
  • fine white sand
  • Accessible only foot

 

 

Anse Marron beach is the southern most beach on La Digue; unlike any other beach in the world this one is completely unique. The unique part about this beach is that it has a natural pool in it; a pool formed by granite boulders. These boulders give the beach its scenic appearance but they aren’t there just for the beauty. …...(read more).

9.Petite Anse Kerlan beach of praslin island:

Things to know:

  • deep waters
  • tall shady trees
  • stunning rock formations
  • clear waters
  • Ideal for snorkeling
  • excellent spot for sunset
  • great sunbathing spot

 

 

Petite Anse Kerlan beach, as the name suggests, is one of the smallest beaches on Praslin Island. This tiny yet beautiful beach is located very close to the gorgeous Anse Georgette beach. You can find more information about the Anse Georgette beach. Though the Petite Anse Kerlan is a small beach, it is great for watching beautiful sunsets cocooned in the privacy rendered by the surrounding…….(read more).

10.petite anse beach of la Digue island:

Things to know:

  • clear waters
  • golden fine sands
  • not much to snorkel
  • restaurants and toilets are available
  • not much crowd
  • high tides
  • ideal for sunbathings and surfing

 

 

Petite Anse beach is located at the south-east coast of la digue island, should be described as the dream beach for tourist who wishes to have a wild sea experience. it’s at a walkable distance from grand anse, through a path consisting of lot lush vegetation to enjoy. Powdery white sand, rocks and turquoise blue waters make it a perfect beach. Due to its weird nature of being rough and deep, it attracts only few visitors throughout the year…….(read more).

 

Each beach in the top 10 beaches visit in Seychelles are unique by its vivid nature. apart from all other beaches in Seychelles, these beaches are most photographed, most visited, so keep them at top of your list.

make sure that you have enough juice in your camera batteries, so that you don’t run out of change, because there is plenty to capture in these serene beaches

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