A number of La Digue's beaches experience strong, seasonal currents and powerful waves. Beaches where extra caution should be taken are clearly marked with warning signs. When visiting these beaches please take a moment to read the signs and follow the instructions given.
Where the track turns to sand, abandon your bicycles and walk the remaining few yards to one of the most beautiful beaches on earth. Reputed to be the most photographed beach in the world, Anse Source D'Argent is a long stretch of golden soft white coral sands, flanked by spectacular granite boulders. Following the twisting pathways that lead away from the main beach the intrepid explorer discovers the hidden coves, separated by towering boulders and secret caves, that make up Anse Source D'Argent.
A beautiful stretch of soft sand lapped by tranquil turquoise seas, the L'Union beach extends from the L'Union Estate to Anse Source D'Argent. Quiet and peaceful, the L'Union beach is the perfect spot from which to photograph Anse Source D'Argent.
Famous for its snorkelling and ideal for swimming, this beach is yet another secluded spot easily discovered by foot or bicycle.
One of the most stunning beaches in Seychelles, the golden sands of Grand Anse are often pounded by powerful waves which attract the island's surfers. Its backdrop of immense granite boulders and lushly forested mountains make it a perfect spot for postcard pictures and a day spent lounging in the sun.
A sister to Grand Anse beach, the quieter and smaller Petite Anse is accessed by walking from Grand Anse and offers a unique beauty and tranquillity which repays the extra walk.
Anse Coco; the most isolated, stunning and unspoilt beach on La Digue. It can be reached on foot either via Grand Anse and Petit Anse or, for the more adventurous, by trekking across the island via Nid'Aigle. The perfect beach for rest, relaxation and solitude.
For those in search of a Robinson Crusoe beach, this is a "must see". Whether you're a veteran visitor to La Digue or a first-timer, Anse Marron should no be missed.
A welcome rest after a gentle trek through the south of the island, Anse Songe is a uniquely charming small beach.