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Located in La Digue, this beachfront resort is in the historical district and within 1 mi (2 km) of Anse Severe Beach and Anse Patate Beach. Source D'Argent ...
£318 per night for 2 guestsLe Domaine de L'Orangeraie£318
Located in Anse Bois de Rose, this beachfront hotel is in a regional park and within 6 mi (10 km) of Grand Anse Beach, Vallee de Mai Nature Reserve and Cote ...
£219 per night for 2 guestsCoco de Mer Hotel and Black Parrot Suites£219
Situated near the beach in La Digue, this apartment is close to Source D'Argent Beach, Anse Severe Beach and Anse Patate Beach. Also nearby are Grand Anse Beach ...
£94 per night for 2 guestsJML Self Catering Holiday Apartments£94
Côte d’Or is one of the most popular places to stay on the Seychelles island of Praslin. It’s beach, sometimes known as Côte d’Or Beach sometimes as Anse Volbert, is certainly top of the must-visit list whether you’re staying in Côte d’Or with the whole family or enjoying a romantic getaway as a couple.
On the north coast of Praslin Island over a mile and a half of pure white sands stretch out to welcome you to Côte d’Or, and there’s a whole range of accommodation along the beach for you to choose from.
Book a place to stay in Côte d’Or and you could be waking up in a traditional guesthouse among the trees, stepping straight out on to the sand from your luxury suite or spend your day splashing about in the waves and relaxing in your spa hotel.
If you choose one of a similar range of places to stay on the south coast, especially around Grand Anse, you’ll be within about 20 minutes’ drive of Côte d’Or. The beach is also easily accessible by bus which stops nearby on the coast road.
You could just enjoy soaking up the Seychelles sun, sipping a cool cocktail or taking a nap in the shade of a palm tree – but there are loads of other activities on offer at Côte d’Or Beach, too. The sea here is shallow and safe for swimming, so it’s perfect for families with children.
Look out into the bay to see the tiny island of Chauve Souris, which you can walk out to at low tide or snorkel around at high tide. If you fancy trying something a little more energetic you can rent equipment or sign up for a trip to go fishing, sailing, windsurfing or diving. Or if you like to stick to relaxing, head out on a day boat trip to explore even more of the Seychelles.