Beach in the southwest of La Digue

Interesting facts about the ANSE PIERROT:

The Anse Pierrot is a rather unknown beach in the southwest of La Digue.

If you walk along the famous Anse Source d'Argent, walk to the end of the Anse Source d'Argent and across the small stream, then a little further until you reach the Anse Pierrot. This beach is slightly narrower than the one at the Source d'Argent and the rocks are also less, but still very photogenic.

The water here is just as shallow and warm, and you enjoy much more privacy.

Because of the nearby reef it is not suitable for swimming and there is no shade


From the port by bicycle along the coastal road to the right in a southerly direction.
After the Gregoires Pizzeria and STC Supermarket turn right and follow the road.
Cross the Lunion Estate Park until Anse D'Argent (Park entrance fee: Scr 115 per person).
The Anse Source d'Argent walk to the supposed end, only walk around the rocks at low tide. (water shoes are strongly recommended). Now you come to the official end of Anse Dargent... a medium sized relatively private bay where you can swim in the shallow water.
The Anse Pierrot lies a little further over the rocks at the end of the beach.
Travel time approx. 15 minutes (port to Anse Source d'Argent) and 30-40 minutes on foot to the end of the beach and through the water Palm tree

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