Seychelles: its attractions island by island

On more than one occasion we have talked about the Seychelles to learn about its tourist attractions , which are usually common to each of its islands . But there are also peculiarities that are their own and that it is convenient to know, at least, from the hands known and visited by tourists.


On the west coast of Mahé is where the most spectacular beaches and the best accommodations are located. Beau Vallon is considered one of the most beautiful beaches, as it offers a wide arch of gleaming white sand in which palm trees are not lacking. In addition, it is only three kilometers north of the capital Victoria .

It is an area that is characterized by its marine environment , being able to see how the catches are sold in the late afternoon in the shade of the takamaka trees. In addition, there are places for diving nearby, being an ideal area to see sunken wrecks , which are very spectacular.


Another island that should be visited is Praslin, which is located in the Mai valley , which is known because the gigantic palm tree that produces the sea coconut grows there. Of course, there are also spectacular beaches such as Anse Lazio , in the extreme northwest of the island.

This beach is not large, but it is very beautiful because its waters are turquoise and the environment is surrounded by palm trees and takamaka trees , as well as large granite rocks at each end.

Another must-see is Anse Volvert , where you can also practice water sports, as well as the Chauve-Souris islet , which is just opposite and is ideal for diving in its surroundings.


On Digue Island, the most striking beach is Anse Source d’Argent for its mother-of-pearl sand, swaying palm trees and gem-polished rocks. In general, this island is less traveled and quieter and also less touristically exploited, but it does not have less charms for that. Within them, there is La Passe , which is a tiny port that maintains its atmosphere from another time.