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Anse Source d'Argent, Bild: Simon Dannhauer / shutterstock

Six of the most beautiful dream beaches in the Seychelles

For lovers of beach holidays, there is hardly a better place than the Seychelles. The beaches of the archipelago in the Indian Ocean are considered to be among the most beautiful in the world. Paradisiacal turquoise blue water, white sand and impressive rocks make for perfect postcard motifs in the photos of holidaymakers. A selection of the most beautiful beaches is not easy and of course characterized by subjective perception. However, the following beaches are mentioned again and again when it comes to the most beautiful beaches in the Seychelles. So get ready for your island hopping Seychelles to experience the beaches live.

1. Anse Lazio

Anse Lazio, Seychelles
Anse Lazio, Image: haveseen / shutterstock

Named one of the six most beautiful beaches in the world by Tripadvisor in 2015, visitors to Praslin can expect a picture-perfect backdrop on Anse Lazio beach. The finest white sand contrasts with impressive granite rocks and turquoise blue sea. A wonderful palm landscape provides natural shade. It is perfect for snorkeling and this place is also ideal for swimmers. Lifeguards ensure safety.

2. Anse Marron

Anse Marron on La Digue
Anse Marron on La Digue, Image: Igor Tikhonov / shutterstock

The dream beach with natural pools is very hidden in the east of La Digue. The hike to Anse Marron is already a highlight for nature lovers and leads over rocks and through the jungle. The beach is surrounded by lush greenery and large granite rocks. In an area without an offshore reef, huge waves show up depending on the season. In addition to swimming in the natural pools, you can also spend your time relaxing sunbathing in the soft sand. Hobby photographers will find many impressive photo motifs.

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3. Anse Source d’Argent

Anse Source d'Argent
Anse Source d’Argent, Image: Simon Dannhauer / shutterstock

Also on La Digue, visitors will find one of the most famous and photographed beaches in the Seychelles. With its mix of white sand beach, turquoise waters and stunning granite rocks, Anse Source d’Argent forms a spectacular backdrop. The famous Bacardi commercial was filmed here and the beach was used for filming “Castaway” and other film productions. The sea is quite calm and shallow due to an offshore reef. Therefore, Anse Source d’Argent is also a great family beach where you can swim perfectly. In a restaurant and at small beach bars there are local delicacies and refreshments.

4. Anse Intendance

Anse Intendance, Seychelles
Anse Intendance, Seychelles, Image: haveseen / shutterstock

Anse Intendance is located on Mahé, which is the largest island in the Seychelles and the arrival point for your Seychelles holiday . The beach can certainly be described as a “wild beauty”. In addition to the typical granite rocks, a densely overgrown mountain slope and wild, steeply sloping sea with high waves make for a true postcard idyll. In addition, Anse Intendance is a perfect place for surfers due to these conditions. Those who prefer to avoid the wild water will find beautiful places to relax under numerous coconut palms in the soft sand.

5. Petite Anse Kerlan

Petite Anse Kerlan on Praslin
Petite-Anse Kerlan on Praslin, Image: Thomas Amler / shutterstock

The small but fine stand of Praslin is located not far from the Constance Lemuria Resort and is mainly used by hotel guests. However, it is also accessible to other visitors on request. The shallow, turquoise blue sea invites you to swim and snorkel. On both sides of the beach, granite rocks rise out of the white sand. Magnificent coconut palms and the offshore island complete the dream beach scenery.

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6. Beau Vallon Bay

Beau Vallon Bay
Beau Vallon Bay, Image: Simon Dannhauer / shutterstock

The longest and probably most famous beach in the Seychelles can be found on Mahé . The white, wide picture-book beach stretches for almost two kilometres, lined with many trees and palm trees. Countless opportunities attract holidaymakers and locals alike. In addition to swimming and snorkeling, there is the opportunity to jet ski or banana boat, dive and much more. This diversity is found nowhere else in the Seychelles. Bars, shops, restaurants and cafés invite you to take a stroll in a paradisiacal atmosphere. In the evening, visitors can watch a wonderful spectacle of color in the sky as the sun sets behind the island’s silhouette.