This island’s western coast features premium beaches some of which
are more tranquil than others but all of them beyond spectacular.
All you have to do is to anchor your luxury
charter mega yacht on one of them and stroll down the pristine
sands, your feet caressed by crystal blue waters. Omnipresent
coconut palm trees offer just the right amount of shade that you
can enjoy before plunging into the ocean for a refreshing swim with
small tropical fish by your side. An array of water toys available
aboard your luxury
charter yacht will leave you occupied. Choose between diving or
fishing equipment as well as water sports fun and take full
advantage of the island’s best during your luxury charter vacation.
Stretching over a few kilometers west of Victoria is the Beau
Vallon bay. Ideal for bathing, this splendid azure bay offers
plenty of water fun for all aquatic sports enthusiasts. Domino
players spend hours in their coastal hideout playing their beloved
game endlessly. A small island located at the tip of the bay is the
Seychelles archipelago’s most famous diving hotspot. With rifts and
picturesque bluffs, its waters are home to flawless gorgonians and
diverse coral reefs. And to the south, Roches Belaines contain
white gorgonians and fields of sea anemones. So if you wish to stay
the night, all is possible thanks to your luxury
yacht charter with Sunreef Yachts Charter.
With a powdery white beach and transparent water, Port Launay rests
immaculate. The narrow road leading to Baie Ternay boasts
mind-blowing landscapes created by an exuberant flora and a rocky
coast gently battered with waves. Bel Ombre is a quaint village
being the departure point to finding La Buse’s (an 18th century
pirate) long sought-after lost treasures.
The cove of Anse Soleil is a picturesque niche, a quiet and
deserted district ideal for exploring the Indian Ocean’s sea life.
Tamaka, on the other hand, is a cove on the western coast where
strong currents make swimming impossible; they are perfect,
however, for risk-taking surfers.
“Intendance” is one the island’s most beautiful beaches with
dolphins playing in magnificent waves that can be rather terrifying
during the summer months of May through to October. The neighboring
beach, Police Bay, however glorious, is far from safe when swimming
is concerned due to strong currents.
Further down south a quaint cove of Grande-Anse is impeccable for
lazy strolls and surfing, thanks to violent breakers. A tranquil
retreat will be found in Anse Boileau, a niche with gentle waters.
Enormous granite rocks, with Pig Rock being the biggest, separate
this bay from Anse à la Mouche, yet more peaceful than the
neighboring cove, not only visited by people but also by small