Beach in the north-east of Mahé
As the name North East Point already says this beach is located in the north-east of the Island Mahé. It is about 2 km long and consists of several small beach sections.
The sand is fine. Some rocks/corals in the water, so water shoes are recommended. Sometimes there are higher waves here.
Especially on weekends this is a popular beach with the locals.
Plenty of shade at the south end of the beach... little at the north end.
Opposite the beach you will find KreolFleurage Perfumes here fragrances are produced on the basis of essential oils from the region.
This rocky and windswept stretch of coast forms a stark contrast to the quiet sandy coves on the opposite coast of the island. The beaches close to the main road are narrow strips of white sand with coastal rocks and a reef. Only one or two slightly sheltered coves on this stretch of coast are suitable for swimming, but the main beaches are ideal for long exploratory walks.
This stretch of coast is about 10 minutes drive from Victoria. Drive from the Bicentennial Monument (also called "trwa zwazo") in Victoria on 5th June Avenue for about ten minutes along the coast northwards until you reach the beach in front of Creole Fleurage which extends to the rehab center.
The beach is right next to the road and there are many parking facilities at the roadside.
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