Petite Anse was the last place we visited in Seychelles after strong recommendation from locals we had met. We didn't think anything could impress us as much as Anse Source d'Argent - but this little piece of paradise stole our hearts. It is absolutely amazing. All beaches in Seychelles are public, so don't be deterred by it being in the Four Seasons - you will just need to sign in on arrival. We decided to pay 35 euro each for a day visitor's pass to use the hotel facilities including pool, bathrooms, wifi, restaurant, sun bed, towels, water sports equipment, refreshments and a buggy drive back up the hill - and it was well worth it! Extras aside the beach is out of this world. The white sands, tall boulders, crystal clear waters and abundant marine life speak for themselves. The snorkelling here was MUCH better than at St Anne marine park. Petite Anse is a must-do if you're in Mahe!
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