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The majority of Sey beaches are secluded, pretty much empty with no or very scarce facilities in terms of food and bars around.
This one, on the nord-western coast, just a short bike ride from the ferry port, had many beach shacks by the road...More
Anse Severe lokated north of harbour and L'Orangeraie Resort has numerous advantages: It's easy to reach, a great snorkeling spot in high tide, you can swim or lay in the sun or shadow nicely, clean sand and water and you can also watch beautiful sunsets....More
The beach in itself is stunning but the snorkelling is the highlight. It's quite shallow but we were able to get very close to some amazing tropical fish.
There are enough shady spots on the beach and a restaurant on the other side of the...More
The Anse Severe beach is on the list for some of the best snorkeling sited in the Seychelles. And it truly is, you have to swim a bit out to the deeper water and around the big boulders. The sea life is incredible and we...More
Nice quiet beach not far from Passé. This was the favorite spot for our family. However for family snorkeling I strongly recommend a boat trip. Apart from high water the edge before deeper water is too challenging even for adults apart from high tide
We spent a wunderful day at Anse Servere. It was perfect for our child and we had perfect snorkeling conditions. It was our favorite beach on the island. There is enough space, it's quiet, a few cocktail bars are also available. And it's very easy...More
Date of experience: September 2018
The Royal Town of Sutton Coldfield, United Kingdom
Visited several times during our 4 day stay on La Digue. Very accessible from the road North, just past Le Domaine De L'Orangeraie Hotel and five minutes ride from the jetty. Plenty of places to leave your bike.
Good long beach, ideal for sunbathing and...More
It’s really shallow here and you have to either swim or wade to deeper water against a hefty current. I snorkeled here for a short duration and it was good but I had to get out pretty far. Not the best snorkeling in the islands...More