Mahe, SeychellesThe island of Mahe is about 17 miles long and only two to five miles wide. The highest point is Morne Seychellois, at around 2,969 feet. Most of the residents of Mahe live on this coastal strip. The mountainous interior of Mahe is not only steep, but also thick with forests and large boulders made of granite. The most remote beaches are on the south and west coasts of Mahe, while the east coast is more developed. The north coast has the best of both worlds: beautiful beaches plus great restaurants and lodging establishments. Most tourist accommodations in the Seychelles are on Mahe.
Beau Vallon BeachBeau Vallon have gorgeous white sands, and is found on the Northwest part of Mahe. It was once the best and most popular beach in the Seychelles, but over the years tourists have discovered the more private and natural beaches of the smaller islands of the Seychelles. Now Beau Vallon is a very quiet beach, and the water is deeper here than most beaches. Snorkeling and diving are good off Beau Vallon, and swimming is great.
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