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  • 1 Kot Man-Ya Garden Interesting

    Nature and gardens

    SYC - Anse Boileau

    This garden, created in 2008 by the UN ambassador as a tribute to his mother, takes you on an exploration of plant species traditionally found in the wild in the Seychelles. The family house, in the middle of the garden, contains many souvenirs.

  • 2 Michael Adams Studio Interesting

    Museums and art

    SYC - Anse Boileau

    Michael Adams is without a doubt one of the most famous Seychelles artists. Born in 1937 in Malaysia, he moved to the Seychelles in 1972 and has shown his work all over the world. Using bright colours and great detail in his paintings, he has succeed..

  • 3 Anse Kerlan Interesting

    Nature and gardens

    SYC - Anse Volbert

    The long sandy beach of Anse Kerlan dotted with granite boulders extends northwest of Amitié and the airport from the bay of Grand'Anse. Across the bay are the islands of Cousin and Cousine.

  • 4 Curieuse Island Interesting

    Nature and gardens

    SYC - Anse Volbert

    Curieuse, northeast of Praslin, is a paradise for the giant tortoises that lay their eggs on the safe environment of its beaches. A marked trail allows you to explore the island's flora and fauna, including the takamakas and Cocos de Mer along the sh..

  • 5 Union Estate Interesting

    Museums and art

    SYC - La Réunion

    The large Union Estate, south of the lively village of Anse Réunion on the West coast, is located on a former plantation. The vast coconut grove is proof of what an important resource coconuts once were, especially for producing copra oil. Also worth..

  • 6 St-Cloud Castle Interesting

    Architecture, castles and historic districts

    SYC - La Réunion

    Inland and easily accessible from La Passe and Anse Réunion along the La Veuve nature reserve, St Cloud castle was built in around 1820. It stands at the foot of a mountain in the heart of a former vanilla plantation, at its peak in the late 19C befo..

  • 7 Le Piton La Digue Interesting

    Nature and gardens

    SYC - La Réunion

    Don't be fooled by the fact that Piton La Digue, the highest point on the island, is only 333 m above sea level. Its slopes are steep - so steep in fact that you can only hike up, and during the coolest hours of the day to make it easier on yourself...

  • 8 Around the Market

    Architecture, castles and historic districts

    Market Street SYC - Victoria

    While the area round the market and Market Street is certainly very animated, don't miss the pretty colonial-style houses here. They were built in the 18C during the 40 or so years of French colonisation before the Seychelles became English. Some of ..

  • 9 Seychelles National Museum of History

    Museums and art

    Francis Rachel St. SYC - Victoria

    This museum is an excellent place to find out more about the history of the Seychelles and its inhabitants. In addition to the main room, with its stone of possession (signifying French ownership) erected in 1756 by Corneille Nicolas Morphey, it feat..

  • 10 Seychelles Natural History Museum

    Museums and art

    Independence Avenue SYC - Victoria

    In addition to the famous Coco de Mer, or sea coconut, this museum, east of the Clock Tower as you walk up Independence Avenue, boasts fine collections of shells, coral and fish, as well as insects and butterflies - and also stuffed Aldabra giant tor..

  • 11 Val des Prés Estate(craft village)

    Industrial tourism and theme park

    SYC - Anse Boileau

    A group of Creole houses awaits visitors, who can find all kinds of crafts here, including batik clothing, jewellery, objects made from coconut shells, as well as superb ship models of which the Seychellois are justly proud. The village was created b..

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