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400 m2 View details
Mahe, Seychelles
From €17,780 / 7 nights

The Seas Villa

exclusive 710 m2 View details
Praslin, Seychelles
From €54,600 / 7 nights

Villa Deckenia

2400 m2 View details
Mahe, Seychelles
From €49,000 / 7 nights

Villa Mahe

330 m2 View details
Praslin, Seychelles
From €8,400 / 7 nights

Beach Villa

275 m2 View details
Praslin, Seychelles
Upon Request

Panoramic Views

2500 m2 View details
Praslin, Seychelles
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La Cigale



Located off the east coast of Kenya, the Seychelles is made up of 115 coral and granite islands—most have protected areas of marine sanctuaries and UNESCO-listed nature reserves, and are home to endemic species like the giant Aldabra tortoises and the rare Coco de Mer palm. You can spend your days hiking through the lush jungles, relaxing on the picture-perfect beaches or diving and exploring the island’s underwater heritage.



Flights – International flights fly into Mahe airport from where you can catch local flights on Air Seychelles to connect you to the island of your choice. A private jet between Mahe and Praslin Islands is possible with pre-authorization. There is also a 15-minute flight aboard a twin-engine turboprop aircraft operated several times each day by Air Seychelles.

Porsche Car Rental – splurge on Seychelles very first and only electric car in the islands

Private Transfers – On Praslin Island private car transfers can be arranged from Baie Ste Anne jetty or Praslin airport.

Taxis – Praslin and Mahe have a reliable taxi service, however, the smaller island of La Digue only has 6 taxis so may be more difficult to get around if relying on this service. Best way to get around is on two wheels! 

Ferry – Private charters and speed ferries run between the main island, Mahé, and Praslin (with onward connections to La Digue), which take about 60-90 minutes. There is also there is a fast catamaran service between Praslin and Mahé islands.

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Praslin Island

Praslin is known for palm-fringed beaches, like Anse Georgette and Anse Lazio, both bordered by large granite boulders. The main beach, Anse Volbert-Côte D’Or, faces the offshore islet Chauve Souris. Praslin’s rugged, jungle-covered interior is home to Praslin National Park, which encompasses Vallée de Mai Nature Reserve.

Mahe Island

Mahé is the largest island in the Seychelles archipelago. Its terrain is defined by white-sand beaches such as those in the popular resort area of Beau Vallon, and granite peaks including the rainforested Morne Seychellois. The island is also home to Victoria, Seychelles’ capital, known for Creole architecture and a colourful covered market with wares like fish, fruit and clothing.

La Digue

La Digue is the laid-back, sleepier sibling to larger Seychelles islands Mahé and Praslin. Nobody ever seems in a hurry on this (almost) motor-free island. La Digue Island is all dirt roads and has stunning natural beauty with gorgeous bays, granite rocks, turquoise water, and vibrant coral reefs. The world’s most instagramed beaches and boulders are on this island! 



  • Snorkeling and BBQ excursion
  • Scuba diving
  • Helicopter tour over the coastline and mountains (or island hop)
  • Vallée de Mai Nature Reserve, Praslin
  • Fond Ferdinand Nature Reserve, Praslin
  • Praslin National Park
  • Morne Seychellois National Park, Mahe
  • Seychelles National Botanical Gardens, Mahe
  • Morne Blanc Trail, Mahe
  • Anse Major Hiking Trail, Mahe
  • Golfing
  • Rock climbing
  • Charter a sailboat
  • Cycling tour through the vanilla plantations in La Digue
  • Surfing lessons in La Digue




  • Anse Lazio beach, Praslin
  • Anse Georgette, Praslin
  • Curieuse Island 
  • Golf on Oceanside course at Lemuria 
  • Hire a Mini Moke and circle the island 
  • Hike from Anse Lazio to Anse Georgette 
  • Snorkel to St Pierre and Coco Islands 


La Digue

  • Anse Source D’Argent beach, La Digue
  • Grande Anse, La Digue 
  • Coco beach, La Digue
  • Visite L’Union estate for its vanilla and gorgeous Source d’Argent beach 
  • Kayaks Experience (Crystal Water Kayak, La Digue Transparent Kayak & SUP’s)
  • Beauvalon Beach, Mahe 
  • Rock Pool, Mahe 
  • Victoria’s must see – morning market, Little Clock Tower, Botanical Garden 
  • Drive to La Misere and admire the view of the other side, turn around and see the entire coastline including all the way to Praslin and the start of the inner islands 
  • Beach it at Bon Valon – must have lunch at La Voile



  • Les Rochers, Praslin – best seafood 
  • Coco Blu Restaurant, Praslin
  • Breeze Garden, Praslin
  • Dina, Praslin
  • Curieuse Restaurant, Praslin
  • Drinks at L’Archipel
  • Sunset at Zimbabwe viewpoint 
  • Anse Lazio beach (drink at Honesty bar)
  • Drinks at Village du Pecheur 
  • Sunset at Hotel Coco de Mer Les Lauriers – Dinner
  • Number 1 Baie Sainte Anne (best coffee & juice on the island)
  • Maybuya – Anse Lazio
  • Goulu – Dinner



  • Jardin du Roi Spice Garden (lunch & tour)
  • Takamaka Rum Distillery (tour)


La Digue

  • Chez Jules – Anse Banane if not lunch, then at least the juice / fresh coconut 
  • Le Nautique – best curry ever 
  • Old Pier Café
  • Karims fruit bar – after a tough cycle 
  • Bikini Bottoms bar – at any time! 
  • Le Repaire Boutique hotel (drinks)
  • Le Domaine de L’Orangerie (dinner/drinks)
  • Bike to Anse Banane – pit stop chez Jules and Grande Anse – pit stop at Grande Anse beach bar  

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