Beaches on Cerf
Takamaka Beach · Cerf
Takamaka Beach is a the longest beach on Cerf Island, and offers excellent conditions for numerous activities, two beach restaurants, and a few unique features such as a guided snorkelling trail and a night-time aquarium.
- 1200m x 8m - mostly empty
- Very shallow water with a protecting coral reef
- Longest beach on Cerf Island
- Good for swimming, snorkelling, and scuba diving
Anse la Fontaine · Cerf
Anse la Fontaine is a small, oft-deserted beach on the south coast of Cerf Island, a tiny satellite island of Mahé, situated in the Sainte Anne Marine Park. This private spot is well-suited for relaxation in total solitude, a walk along the beach, snorkelling, scuba diving, and fishing.
- 110m x 10m - empty
- Tide can cover the whole beach in places
- Private sandy beach on Cerf Island
- Good for snorkelling, scuba diving, and fishing
Île Cachée · Cerf
Ile Cachée, or ‘Hidden Island’ in English, is a beautiful little island located near to Cerf Island in the Sainte Anne Marine Park, offshore from Mahé. The beach here can be reached at low tide from Cerf by simply walking across the sand, or at high tide by boat. It is rumoured that the beach is also home to some buried pirate treasure!
- 36m x 8m - empty
- Tide can cover the beach - small waves
- Small island just offshore from Cerf Island
- Good for swimming, snorkelling, and exploring