Beach in the northwest of Mahé

Interesting facts about the ANSE MARIE-LAURE:

Anse Marie Laure is a small beach not far from Beau Vallon, north-west of Mahé, much less crowded than its populated neighbour and with a quiet and insular atmosphere that makes it unique.

Beautiful rather small beach in the north-west of Mahé.
As one hardly notices it while driving by, the beach is rather deserted.
There you have a great view of the neighbouring islands Silhouette and North.
There are 2 icy cold rivers that end here in the sea.
The sea here changes from day to day. Sometimes completely calm, sometimes waves, but it is relatively shallow, especially at low tide.
The underground in the Water is mostly rocky so I recommend water shoes.

Especially the northern end of the beach with river, granite rocks, sea and green vegetation is a unique photo motif.

For the sunset you get a great game of colors delivered here.


From Victoria, follow Revolution Avenue / St. Louis Road northwest towards Beau Vallon.
After the Beau Vallon petrol station, keep left at the police station at the crossroads. After passing the St Roch church, you will see the accommodation "Marie Laure Suites" on your left. Shortly after, you will see an old, somewhat overgrown wall on the right-hand side of the road, with 4-5 dustbins at the end. Directly after the bins is the entrance to the parking lot.
Travel time from Victoria is about 15 - 20 minutes.
Anyone who is familiar with the Bus comes takes final destination "Bel Ombre" and gets off between the St Roche church and the Hilton Labriz Palm tree

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