Apart from a military base located on the southernmost tip of
Mahé, this part of the island rests relatively
immaculate with its crystal-clear lagoon. Anse Royale, an azure
bay, is perfect for observing multicolored fish and lush coral
reefs during the winter season of October until end of April from
aboard your luxury
charter mega yacht. With flippers on your feet, the Souris
island is only a short swim away. A brief walk away are also two
villages of Anse-Royale and la Plaine-Saint-André where you can
visit authentic pottery workshops and ship model artisans. Past a
quaint fishing village of Anse-aux-Pins, the roads guides to
Enstiti Kreol, a research institute leading interesting studies on
the Creole language.
From Anse Etoile a narrow road, la Gogue, leads to the northernmost
tip of the island through vast fields of sweet, fragrant tropical
flowers and mango trees until it reaches the cemetery of Glacis.
Forêt Noir and Sans Soucis are ideal trails for hikers wishing to
reach Morne-Blanc through tea plantations and a dense plush forest.
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This vast territory of more than 50 hectares is filled with
tropical wonders, including spice plantations, a museum, a
restaurant, a tropical aviary and a grand tortoise pen. Fragrant
vanilla, delectable nutmeg and sweet cinnamon are sold in the
Artisans in this workshop recreate meticulously models of historic
vessels. Located only 3,5 km north of Anse Royale on the vast plain
of Saint-André, this workshop is open to visitors every day except
Sunday, from 7h30-17h00 and from 8h00 until 15h30 on Saturdays.
Located in a spectacular colonial mansion, this museum
reconstitutes the everyday life of an 18th century Creole
Seychellois family. Situated on Plaine Saint-André,
it is open to visitors Tuesday through Sunday. Cross the doorstep
of this magical museum and travel to the glorious past of
This minuscule offshore islet is located no more than a few meters
away from the coast of Mahé. It is an utterly chic
and elegant halt with hotels and restaurants where you will be able
to taste some local delicacies. This gem is also a popular place to
get married. What better way to visit this jewel of the Indian
Ocean than aboard your luxury
Only a 20 minute sail away from the coast, calm azure waters will
glide your luxury
charter catamaran towards these precious islands. Located
across from Victoria, this offshore archipelago comprises of the
islands of Sainte Anne, Ronde, Moyenne, Longue, Cerfs and Cachée.
If you wish to visit the islands, short trips are organized from
Victoria. Sainte Anne and Longue, however, are not open to tourists
and Moyenne is a private property where guests can stay in the
island’s hotel. Ronde was anciently a place where leper women were