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Hotel La Roussette 

E Coast Road, 000 Anse aux Pins

Located on the east coast of Mahe Island, Hotel La Roussette is a small, family-owned hotel situated only a 10-minute drive away from Seychelles International Airport.



E Coast Road, 000 Anse aux Pins

Most Beautiful Trips

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Seychelles - La Digue

La Digue lies 50km northeast of Mahe and it is the fourth largest of the granitic islands. It has sculptured, dramatic granite rocks and exquisite beaches. The island has no natural harbour and is almost completely encircled by coral reef. The island is over 3km wide and about 6km long. The main villages are La Passe and La Reunion. Magnificent white beaches, few shops, coconut palms, plenty of bicycles and a couple of ox carts all add up to a totally relaxed island style way of life. On La Digue you will find coconut and vanilla plantations, small, welcoming hotels, art studios and the most seductive b...

Praslin - Anse Lazio Beach

Praslin is the second largest granite island in the Seychelles archipelago. It consists of several ranges of hills the highest summit of which reaches 367m above sea level. Anse Lazio is the prettiest beach on Praslin and one of the most delightful anywhere in the Seychelles. During the north-west monsoon high, crystalclear waves break on its undulating shoreline and over the smooth-worn red granite boulders scattered like great marbles in the sea. In recent years Anse Lazio has become much better known and many more people now frequent this once rather secluded spot.

La Digue - Grande Anse Beach

La Digue, about 5km long and 3km wide, is the fourth largest on the Seychelles Plateau. It is generally considered the most beautiful of all the islands in the Seychelles. La Digue was discovered by Lazare Picault in 1744. Anse La Reunion, on the west side, is the island's longest beach. Among the favourite haunts of tourists and commercial photographers from all over the world are Grand Anse, Petite Anse and Anse Cocos on the east side and Anse la Source a Jean with the nearby rock cliffs of Pointe Source d'Argent on the west. The loveliest bay at the north end of the island is the isolated Anse Patate...

Mahe - Tea Factory

Tea factory is one of the things that you need to visit on Mahe. Tea factory is located only 4 km from Port Glaud and it is part of the Morne Seychellois National Park. The Sans Soucis road from Port Glaud through the mountains to Victoria is one of the most scenic drives on Mahe. Tea production began in 1966 and tea bushes are visible along the main road. The tea factory is open from 10.00 to 16.00 on weekdays. It is possible to buy some of the delicious, fragrant SeyTe (Seychelles tea) that is produced in five different flavours – orange, mint, lemon, vanilla and cinnamon. In the nearness is Capucin M...