ANSE À LA MOUCHE

  • ANSE À LA MOUCHE

  • ANSE À LA MOUCHE

ANSE À LA MOUCHE

Beach in the west of Mahé




Interesting facts about the ANSE LA MOUCHE:

Die Anse à la Mouche ist ein großer, offener Strand, südwestlich von Mahé, der größten Insel der Seychelles. Im Gegensatz zu den vielen einsamen Stränden auf den Seychellen, gibt es hier wenige Besucher. Bei einer Strandlänge von ca. 1,5 Kilometer finden Sie garantiert immer einen einsamen Bereich zum Entspannen im Sand oder unter einem der vielen Takamaka-Bäume.

The beach is easy to reach by bus or car thanks to the adjacent road. There are several parking lots along the road and the bus stop is also nearby. Like all beaches in Seychelles, Anse à la Mouche is public and therefore accessible to everyone.

As a bay, Anse à la Mouche is characterized by a very shallow and calm sea, which makes it ideal for snorkeling and even for inexperienced swimmers or children as long as they stay close to the shore. On the beach there are often fishermen and occasionally windsurfers or kite surfers. Besides some small holiday homes, there are also some restaurants and shops nearby, which makes Anse à la Mouche ideal for a day at the beach.

Located on the west coast, Anse la Mouche offers a magnificent view of breathtaking sunsets that often turn the sky into a colourful spectacle. For this reason, this beach is also a popular subject for photographers. The half-height wall between the street and the beach invites you to linger and if you like, you can have a pleasant chat with the locals who also sit there from time to time and relax.

Directions to Anse à la Mouche:

Victoria serves as a starting point. From there you drive in the direction of the international Airportwhich is located in the east of the island of Mahé, within the village of Point Larue. Your journey continues south, you stay on the main road until you reach Anse Royale. Continue for about 1 kilometre until you see the green signs for Les Canelles. Turn right into the road to Les Canelles and follow the road that goes over the mountain until you reach the crossroads on the west side of the island. Turn left at the crossroads and the beach is on your right, directly in front of you. The total driving time is about 25 minutes.

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