La Digue, Seychelles

La Digue is one of the Seychelles biggest Islands. In spite of this it can by no means be classified as “big”. The Island has only 2800 inhabitants which absolutely adds to it’s charm and also helps to keep the Island unspoiled. Come and explore this natural beauty.

La Digue is an “bike only” Island which means the first thing you will do is to rent a bike. You can travel the entire Island with your bike so no reason to worry how you will get along, as prevalent mentioned it is a small Island.

The beaches on La Digue are quite amazing. Tourist come from all other Islands to experience it, so if you are lucky enough to stay on the Island, get to the beach early. Here is a list of the very best ones:

Anse Source de’Argent
This is probably the best known beach in the entire Seychelles and well worth s visit. It is in one word, breath taking. Get there early to truly experience it.

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Anse Reunion
One of the best swimming beaches is Anse Reunion. This long stretch of stunning beach is perfect for long romantic walks and swimming with the beautiful fish in the crystal clear waters.
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Anse Banana
This beautiful beach has views of four different Seychelles Islands. It also has a lovely little snack bar where you can grab lunch or dinner.
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If you are staying on the Island, you are very likely to find yourself in the village on La Passe, where you can see all the way to the second largest Island of the Seychelles, Praslin. You will also find a variety of local restaurants here. I can highly recommend La Domains, which gives you an outdoor dining experience that can be accompanied by one of the best sunsets the Seychelles has to offer.

Visit the African gem to experience the untouched, laid back, Island life.

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