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5 of 5 bubbles Review of Anse Coco Beach

Anse Coco Beach
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Split, Croatia
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264 reviews
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common_n_attraction_reviews_1bd8 120 helpful votes
Reviewed March 24, 2014

Seems that my husband and I were the only (idiots?) who reached Coco Beach coming from Anse Severe. Starting from Moonlight Beach Villa we went up north to Anse Severe and decided to try to find a way to get to Grande Anse by ourselves. We read in a guide book that it was possible but it required a bit of path tracking talent. Of course - we were sure to have it and started that challenging trip. I am +60 (age) and +80 (weight) - if I did it ... !!!!!
It was worth each and every drop of sweat and sigh: beach is absolutely fantastic! Looks like Grande or Pettite Anse but there is something in it that makes it different.
We enjoyed jumping into big waves for an hour and we saw not a single human being on the beach. Almost a heaven - it should have been around a little bar that serves fruit smoothies !

Visited March 2014
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“Difficult to reach but pretty lonely”
Reviewed December 26, 2013

You can reach the beach with 2 ways (may be locals know more): from the sea (if you are on boat) or following the path past the Grand Anse, Petit Anse and two hill pass (for me they seemed mountain passes =)))
Lonely, clear, romantic place. Nice to take photo and get suntan. We were there in Dec and the waves were dangers, sometimes even currents.

Visited December 2013
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London, United Kingdom
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“Truly worth the effort”
Reviewed December 23, 2013

I biked from the port to Grand Anse, then trekked to Petit Anse and then to Anse Coco. It took 25 minutes moderate hike from Grand Anse to Petit Anse and then another 25 minutes hike to Anse Coco. Wear suitable footwear - my wife struggled in her flip flops!!

But it was worthwhile the effort. Make sure to go right to the far end of the beach where the rocks create shallow torquoise clear waters.

Visited September 2013
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“A bit overrated”
Reviewed November 20, 2013

I went by bike to Grand Anse and then over the trek and hills to petit Anse and then again over the hills/rocks to Anse Coco.Didn't really find it to be worth all that effort to be honest.Yes it was rugged and nice sea colours and secluded but I can see that on the west or North coast of Irekland any time.Was slightly underwhelmed by it all and on my return in two years to La Digue cannot see myself bothering to go there again.Managed to swim and Snorkel in the rock pools but bring lots of water with you and food if you are staying a while

Visited October 2013
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“Nice and secluded beach”
Reviewed October 7, 2013

To get to Anse Coco you can hike from Grand Anse to Petite Anse and then find the way to Anse Coco. The path starts somewhere at the middle of Petite Anse and it is not easy to find. The adventure is worth dough.
White flour sand, but rough sea almost entirely for you. Only few people are there.

Visited July 2013
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