Anse Bateau · Praslin
Anse Bois de Rose · Praslin
Anse Bois de Rose is a small beach located in the south of Praslin. Nearby private property restricts access to the beach, and anyone arriving by bus must climb down from the road, making it tricky to gain access. That said, for those who reach the sandy area, there is a calm, tranquil beach with beautiful scenery and a wonderful atmosphere.
Anse Cimitière · Praslin
Anse Cimitière is a small beach in the south of Praslin. This beach is divided into two halves, one of which is more popular than the other thanks to its proximity to the Coco de Mer and Black Parrot Suites hotel. With calm, shallow water and beautiful trees to provide shade, there is much to warrant a visit here.
Anse Citron · Praslin
Anse Citron is a small and oft-deserted beach in the south-west of Praslin, nestled between larger and more popular beaches such as Fond de l’Anse and Anse Takamaka. This location means that Anse Citron is often empty, giving it a secluded, peaceful atmosphere that will appeal to those wanting to enjoy a quiet picnic under the sun.
Anse Consolation · Praslin
Anse Consolation is a unique beach with numerous coral and rock formations lining its surface. While not the type of postcard picture-perfect beach that many dream of for their Seychelles holiday, the scenery here is incredible in different ways, making it well worth a visit for families and couples alike.
Anse Kerlan · Praslin
Anse Kerlan lies on the north-west coast of Praslin. Over recent years, the area has been badly affected by rising sea levels and erosion. Therefore, artificially-placed rocks act as breakwaters, dividing the beach itself into smaller sections. This unique spectacle makes Anse Kerlan a different experience for your Seychelles beach day.
Anse la Blague · Praslin
Anse la Blague is a calm, secluded beach in the south-east of Praslin with shallow water, especially at low tide, making it great for swimming or snorkelling. At high tide, the sea here can become rougher, so make sure you time your visit right. Anse la Blague also offers views of two other Seychelles islands, Grande Soeur and Petite Soeur.
Anse la Farine · Praslin
Anse la Farine is a calm, tranquil beach in the south-east of Praslin, situated in front of the Emerald Cove Hotel. As it is only accessible by boat, the beach is often empty, save for a few patrons of the hotel. That said, it offers plenty to merit a visit, including snorkelling, kayaking, and swimming.
Anse Madge · Praslin
Anse Madge is an unusual beach by Seychelles standards in that it is almost always empty of tourists. This spot is, however, used extensively by Seychelles fishermen, as is the case with much of Baie Sainte Anne. Therefore, the main appeal of the beach is the chance to experience the daily life of the Seychellois first-hand.
Anse Pasquière · Praslin
Anse Pasquière, located in the north-east of Praslin, is a unique beach that is one of the island’s best spots to see some of the Seychelles’ diverse wildlife species, including birds and fish. While the water is too shallow to swim here, it is perfect for spotting these animals in their natural habitats.
Anse Petite Cour · Praslin
Anse Possession · Praslin
Anse St Sauveur · Praslin
Anse St. Sauveur is a relatively small beach in the south of Praslin, just along the coast from other beaches such as Anse Bateau and Anse Cimitière. A good spot for snorkelling and fishing, Anse St. Sauveur is especially well-suited to those who want a quiet, calm space to relax, perhaps under the numerous coconut trees that line the beach.
Fond de l'Anse (Grand Anse) · Praslin
Fond de l’Anse is a long, open bay with shallow water, calm waves, and excellent access to both hotels and facilities. The colours of the water here can be especially beautiful, while the beach is also good for snorkelling and windsurfing, and the water is shallow enough to swim without any problems.