Mahé is the largest of the Seychelles. It is an island of gorgeous white-sand beaches, swaying palms, majestic mountains and dramatic granite outcrops, surrounded by colourful coral reefs and serene Indian Ocean.
Mahé is located in the north-east of the Seychelles nation. The largest of the island group, it combines wonderful white-sand beaches, tall palms, majestic mountains and dramatic granite outcrops to present a little piece of paradise.
Maia occupies a private peninsula on Mahé’s scenic south-western coast. The resort is named after the Maia of Greek and Roman mythology – respectively, the eldest, shyest and most beautiful daughter of Atlas, and the gentle goddess of spring.
Two beautiful beaches on the north-western coast of Mahé are home to the sprawling resort of Constance Ephelia, Seychelles. The resort occupies approximately 120 hectares of plentiful foliage, flanked by white sands and clear sea.
Praslin is the second largest island of the Seychelles and is located 44km north-east of largest island Mahé. With its beautiful beaches, vast tracts of tropical forest and gorgeous gardens, it is a perfect place for an island holiday.
Praslin is located 44km north-east of Mahé. It is the second largest island of the Seychelles (after Mahé) and boasts beautiful beaches, gorgeous gardens and vast tracts of tropical forest – ideal for an island holiday!
La Digue is the third largest granitic island of the Seychelles, located approximately 50km north-east of main island Mahé.
Four Seasons Resort Seychelles is due to open early this year (2018). It is based on the idyllic island of Desroches, approximately 235 kilometres west-south-west of the main island Mahé.
Bird Island is the northernmost archipelago of the Seychelles. With its pristine white-sand beaches, colourful coral reefs and swaying coconut palms, it is described quite rightly as a paradise island.
Fregate Island was named by Lazare Picault in 1744, for its vast numbers of frigatebirds. Today the island remains a haven for birdlife and many other species, due to its ongoing interests in conservation.
Denis Island is owned privately by a family committed to sustainable tourism, keen to conserve the natural beauty of the place. The island is unusual in that it contains no paved roads – instead, plenty of peaceful pathways wind through the retreat.
North Island is listed in the Wilderness Collection. This is a portfolio of properties compiled according to the Wilderness philosophy that includes honouring the natural environment and aiming to provide a unique experience for guests.
Cousine Island is located 6km west of Praslin. With a surface area of 25ha, it is one of the smallest of the Seychelles inner islands – but it is no less beautiful, with its white-sand beaches and lush tropical foliage.
Le Domaine de l’Orangeraie is the largest resort on La Digue. Situated close to the beautiful Anse Severe, Le Domaine combines well with perhaps a few days on the busier Mahé and Praslin.
CaranaBeach Hotel is situated in the north of Mahé, the largest island in the Seychelles archipelago.
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