Seychelles Sights

We’ve compiled the best of the best in Seychelles - browse our top choices for the top things to see during your stay.

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Anse Forbans

  • Beach–Sight

To get away from it all, head to this beach in the southeast. The sea, as you approach Anse Marie Louise (just past the Anse Forbans...

Anse Intendance

  • Beach–Sight

A half mile of powder white sand, this is one of Mahé's most picturesque beaches. It's also one of the wildest, with the lack of a reef...

Anse Royale

  • Beach–Sight

A large and beautiful white-sand beach fronting one of the larger "towns" in Mahé's south, Anse Royale hosts calm waters, plenty of...

Anse Soleil

  • Beach–Sight

A calm, jade-blue bay fringed with granite boulders borders this great swimming beach. Its golden sands are a popular and photogenic...

Anse à la Mouche

  • Beach–Sight

If you want a calmer experience, head for Anse à la Mouche, a crystal clear bay on the southwest coast of the island, where shallow,...

Beau Vallon

  • Beach–Sight

Mahé's most popular beach, this 3-km (2-mile) crescent on the northwest coast enjoys surf from September to April, safe swimming year-round...

Bicentennial Monument

  • Memorial/Monument/Tomb

Erected in 1978, the monument commemorated the 200th anniversary of the founding of Victoria. This simple white structure, depicting...

Le Jardin Du Roi Spice Garden

  • Garden/Arboretum

From its elevated position above Anse Royale, the spice garden is a renovated plantation where vanilla, citronella, cinnamon, nutmeg,...

Mission Lodge

  • Viewpoint/Scenic Overlook

An amazing viewpoint of Mahé’s west coast from below the summit of Mt. Sans Souci. The site of a boarding school for liberated slave...

National Museum of History

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Established in 1964, the national museum houses artifacts relating to traditional lifestyles of the pre-colonial peoples, plus items...

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