Top 5 Beaches of La Digue

Beaches on La Digue
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The best beaches of La Digue beach- Anse Fourmis (Anse Fourmis) La Digue Seychelles. Discover one of the top photographed beaches in the world.

Poured by the sun, with crystal clear emerald waters and with the scenery of granite boulders, the magnificent sandy beaches of La Digue are the main reason for relaxing on this, the fourth largest island of Seychelles. From small, secluded coves to wide open bays, many beaches on La Digue are inaccessible and unsafe for swimming, but ideal for romantic walks and seclusion, and they are never able to impress. For safe navigation, we recommend going to the northern tip of the island of La Digue, where the beaches of Anse Patates and Anse Severe, blessed with soft white sand and calm sea are the best places for swimming and snorkeling.

See below, a list of the top 5 best beaches of La Digue.

  Anse Source D’argent BeachBeaches on La Digue

Anse Spurs D’Argent beach, Seychelles Beaches, descriptionLike Anse Lazio – Anse Source D’argent is one of the most popular and most photographed beaches, not only in Seychelles but in the world. In fact, the coastline is made up of a series of small ‘pocket’ beaches separated by separate giant granite boulders, pictures of which are known all over the world for their ancient forms. With soft white sand, crystal clear turquoise water and huge granite blocks turned by the sun, water and wind into futuristic sculptural elements, it’s not difficult to understand why photographers and filmmakers still like to come here.

 The beach Ans Marron (Anse Marron)Beaches on La Digue

Ans Marron Beach, Seychelles Beaches, descriptionRepresenting 50 shades of “blue” against the background of pinkish granite boulders, Anse Marron (Anse Marron) is a very beautiful sandy beach at the southern end of La Digue. Available, only along the shore or along the water – it is for real adventurers. Whether you seek to reach the beach from Ans Spurs D’Argenta along the west coast, or from Grand Anse in the south, the route is not marked and treacherously unreliable, involving daredevils to climb the boulders, squeeze through the narrow passages between the stones and in some places make their way through the water. ..

Grande Anse Beachbeaches on La Digue

Grand Anse Beach, La Digue, Seychelles Beaches, descriptionThe largest and longest on the island of La Digue, Grand Anse is a picturesque white sandy beach with large waves, surrounded by granite rocks and dense vegetation, where clear waters, unfortunately, are not for swimming, and on the beach for swimmers there are warning signs of danger . Situated on the south side of the island, you can get to Grand Anse by bike through a large but gentle hill where an attractive route takes you through the La Diga fruit gardens, a large number of roadside stalls selling fruit juices and snacks are a good reason to stop and rest before quite a steep descent down to the beach.

Petite Anse beachbeaches on La Digue

Petit Anse beach, La Digue, Seychelles Beaches, descriptionBeautiful Petit Anse (Petite Anse) is an amazing beach. As wild as the Grand Ans, but still more empty and all the more health-giving, given the difficult climb up the hill. The sparkling white sand blinds the eyes and creates a beautiful turquoise color below the waves that take the emerald tints over the coral reefs, inviting you to go deeper into the water – but you know, swimming here is a bad idea, because the power of the ocean is huge and strong currents everywhere, but nevertheless this a secluded beach is ideal for sunbathing and beach picnics …

Anse Severe Beachbeaches on La Digue

Anse Severe Beach, Seychelles Beaches, Le Domaine de L’Orangeraie Resort and Spaanse Severe is located north of the main town of La Paz (La Pass), a few minutes by bike, across the hill past the cemetery. This beach is home to the largest luxury hotel on the island of La Digue – La Domaine De L’Orangerie. One of the best places for snorkeling at La Digue, with beautiful views of the island of Praslin, Anse Severe – safe for swimming, with clear waters, with a strip of white sand and emerald, fringed bent palms. The coral reef protects the beach from large waves, and the depth of the water allows you to swim both adults and children …

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