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JUST PERFECT

Amazing long sandy beach, ful of nice spots. The perfect place to watch the sunset. You only need... read more

Reviewed 3 days ago
barbara_uNovaGorica
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Nova Gorica, Slovenia
The BEST for PICS - not for swimming

During our vacation we visited all three major Sey islands - mother nature was generous to many... read more

Reviewed 6 days ago
B1714D
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Belgrade, Serbia
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La Digue Island, Seychelles
Most Helpful Positive Review
Reviewed 14 April 2015

My wife, our 9 years old kid and myself came for the 2nd time in Seychelles, for a 9 nights stay in La Digue (previous stay was a 5 nights stay in La Digue in April 2013). We are now used to spend time in...More

10  Thank otterboris
Most Helpful Critical Review
Reviewed 8 April 2013

Everybody who wants to visit La Digue's Anse Source d'argent has to enter the beach via L' Union Estate Farm- an old farm and copra/Coconut Mill- and has to pay entrance fee. That is Ok. At this place a very kind Lady demonstrates how the...More

7  Thank Hapemainz
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Reviewed 3 days ago

Amazing long sandy beach, ful of nice spots. The perfect place to watch the sunset. You only need to pay the entrance since is situated inside the park.

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Reviewed 3 days ago

Clearly those people that enthuse over Source d'Argent have never visited world-class rocky beaches such as at The Baths on Virgin Gorda; or those in the Algarve in Portugal. Or even visited La Digue's FINEST beach, Petite Anse - a truly world-class beach which stands...More

Thank yogayogi
Reviewed 6 days ago

During our vacation we visited all three major Sey islands - mother nature was generous to many sites, but nowhere like here. ASDA is the place for mouthwatering pics, those you see on commercials and magazines. The beach is west oriented, south from the ferry...More

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Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

This is supposedly the most beautiful beach on La Digue and I have to say out does have it's charms, but personally it was a little too commercialised and I think Anse Petite and Anse Coco were much nicer for those looking for seclusion. You...More

Thank PLM_27
Reviewed 1 week ago

This beach is famous (because of Baccardy advertisement), but it's not so hot any more. On one hand you have to pay 115 Rupies for erery entry (!), on the other hand it's quite crowded from the early morning hours with the hundreds of visitors...More

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Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

This beach is considered one of the most special and spectacular in the world and can absolutely understand why. It is beautiful and the balance between the turquoise sea white pearl sand and big boulders make a big impression. Only draw back, too crowded, come...More

Thank rickyspa1
Reviewed 1 week ago

It's really worth paying the 115 rupees to see the gorgeous granite rocks and turqoise waters. Some turtles included in the price :)

Thank Erton
Reviewed 1 week ago

go at weekend, less day trippers ... visit the planation house too, beautiful, cooling spot in the grounds ... stunning beach

Thank jstNottingham
Reviewed 2 weeks ago via mobile

World class. Beautiful sand and Hollywood-esque boulders. Plenty of shade but it does get busy. Shallow warm waters that are stunning. Excellent snorkelling with plenty of fish of all kinds. Incredibly photogenic beach. A restaurant by the entrance if needed. Some parking and then a...More

Thank THFA1984
Reviewed 3 weeks ago

Great beach! soft sand, amazing clear water. small restourant that serve nice food and beverages. don't miss

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Dane D
30 May 2018|
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Response from Anjana S | Reviewed this property |
It is L’union private property u have to pay very lil amount.. than u can go inside.. better to go by bicycle. Earlier u reach better! After parking bicycle u have to walk lil inside to reach the best area. Totally worth it... More
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qaevoknow2
22 February 2018|
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Response from thxsparrow | Reviewed this property |
Best to bike to the gate entry, stop and feed the tortoises, and bike on to the end of the trail. It is that stunning - take some glam shots on the rocks. Bring water shoes as you make your way out.
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susandf1
15 February 2018|
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Response from marshatraveller |
We will arrive by ferry for the day from Praslin. Other than bike or walking what is the best way to get to the beach from where the ferry arrives and of course back to get the ferry later on. Thanks
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