Vacation on Mahe Island beaches - hidden bays, top resorts and recreation areas

There are more than 60 beaches on the island, and nearly all of them differ with modern equipment and rental centers. The largest and the most popular beach of the island is Beau Vallon , where you can find people even late at night. The nearby coral reef protects the coast from strong waves, so the place is perfect for families with children. In addition to many restaurants and bars, there are popular nightclubs next to the coast, so after dark the number of tourists doesn’t decrease much.
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There are many beaches that, despite the widespread influence of civilization, have retained their original beauty. Among them, the so-called Police Bay, a rocky stretch of coast has to be mentioned. Thickets of incredibly amazing exotic plants can be found next to it. Despite the apparent attractiveness, the beach isn’t suitable for swimming; dangerous bottom undercurrents make it available only for sunbathing. Water at this stretch of coastline has a rich sky-blue hue contrasting with huge boulders of dark gray. Tourists preferring to spend time on the sandy coast enjoy quite Anse Takamaka Beach. There are several large resorts nearby, but at the same time you can seldom meet somebody out there. The beach is wild, so those fond of comfort leisure are recommended to take all the necessary accessories with them.
A well-known and very popular beach is Baie Lazare ; that’s the broad coast framed by lush tropical forest. The beach is popular not only among tourists, but also among locals who will gladly rent their boats to vacationers. The beach is quite large, so it’s not overcrowded. It is also worth noting that you can take great photos of the dazzling white sand giving water unnatural shade of blue. Copyright
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Snorkelers have to visit the picturesque Fairyland Beach. The beauty of its seabed is simply indescribable; it’s home to enormous amount of exotic fish and other inhabitants of the underwater world. Many charming wild beaches can be found next to Port Launay . Almost all of them are small secluded bays. They are peaceful and quiet, and you can relax there even with young children.
Grand Anse enjoys unchanged popularity among surfers. The optimal time for sports training is the period from September to May. In the rest of the year this part of the coast is subject to strong monsoon, so you have to be cautious while enjoying water activities. There is the famous riding school next to the beach, so visitors always have an option to try horse riding. Anse Indendance is reasonably called one of the most beautiful beaches of the island; it has a crescent shape and is covered with white sand. The coast is framed by symmetrical rows of coconut palms. Length of the beach is quite impressive and is more than 500 meters. That’s an incredibly picturesque and peaceful place to enjoy harmonious atmosphere.
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Interesting places in Mahe Island for your excursion

Cousin Island

From the series “The Most Beautiful Islands on the Planet”
In 1968, cousin island was declared a nature reserve. The ecologists are concerned about the maintenance of their unique ecosystem. The tiny island will please the hikers and tourists who want to get to know the unspoiled nature of Seychelles. During a hike through the island you have to climb up to the summit of the mountain in the center, from where you can admire the wonderful panorama. … Read further

Top beaches and recreation areas in the region of Mahe Island

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