Africa and Indian Ocean

Seychelles

Seychelles
The Essential
Idyllic beaches, transparent waters and lush vegetation depict the Seychelles in the heart of the Indian Ocean - paradise on earth!
Among the 115 islands of the archipelago, the three largest are equipped with carefully planned facilities for privileged tourists.
Mahé, home to the vast majority of islanders, is an almost perfect picture postcard: tea plantations and thick forest in the National Park of Morne Seychellois, heavenly beaches of Anse Intendance and Beau Vallon and the lively market in the capital Victoria.
The island of Praslin, whose dark green Mai valley contrasts with the red earth and the blue sea, is equally bewitching.
The island of La Digue, endearing and authentic, is home to one of the most beautiful beaches on the planet Anse Source d'Argent! Rent a bicycle or an ox cart and explore the old Creole houses and tiny gardens.
After a spot of diving, a swim or a hike, take the time to savour this idyllic spot, sharing a cari coco, a millionaire's salad or grilled lobster with the inhabitants. The Seychelles are as delicious as they are beautiful!

Must see

Michelin's recommendations for Seychelles

La Digue Island La Digue Island
La Digue Island
La Réunion
4:00
Praslin Island Praslin Island
Praslin Island
Anse Volbert
4:00
Vallée de Mai National Park Vallée de Mai National Park
Vallée de Mai National Park
Anse Volbert
5:00
Anse Source d'Argent Anse Source d'Argent
Anse Source d'Argent
La Réunion
4:00
Aldabra Aldabra
Aldabra
Victoria
4:00
Mahé Island Mahé Island
Mahé Island
Victoria
4:00

Our reports

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