Beach in the south of La Digue

Interesting facts about the GRAND L'ANSE:

Grand L'Ansethe wild south of La Digue. This beach is divided into two parts and can only be reached by foot. Often you can find shells and washed up pieces of coral.
The small granite rock island is a great photo motif.

There can be high waves and the bottom in the water is extremely sharp. Swimming is not recommended here.
Only at the rear end of the beach near the rocks there is a small shady place.


From the port of La Passe, cycle south along the coastal road. At the crossroads after the Gregoires pizzeria and the STC supermarket, take the turning to the left. Just before the next junction, cross a river and go uphill for a few metres, taking the right fork and following the road. It goes uphill in stages and a little steeper downhill again. At the end of the tarred road, continue straight ahead to Grand Anse. To the right, a path branches off with a signpost to the Anse Songe off. After the small Anse Songe, follow the path for a few minutes and you will reach Anse L'Anse Ca 30-45 minutes by bike and about 20 minutes on foot. Palm tree

Karl Schnürch
Author: Karl Schnürch

In 2007 I started the website to write everything I experienced from my head. Since then I have been constantly optimizing and expanding to eventually present a complete picture of Seychelles on this site.

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