Seychelles

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The idyllic little beach of Anse Soleil is a pocket-sized paradise — Lonely Planet
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The gently curving Anse Takamaka is a gorgeous strand for walking unfettered on white sand and gaping at sunsets. Facilities include Batista's bar-restaurant. — Lonely Planet
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A beautiful semi-circle of sand backed by palms and takamaka trees, Beau Vallon beach is Mahé's most popular — Lonely Planet
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A top-end resort lines the northern portion of this high-profile beach. — Lonely Planet
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Anse Lazio, on the northwest tip of the island, is picture-perfect everywhere you look and it often turns up in lists of the world's most beautiful beaches. — Lonely Planet
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While the area around the market is Victoria's busiest, the surrounding areas, and Market Street in particular, are worth visiting — Michelin Guide
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This pristine curve of white sand is accessible via the Four Seasons Resort; wait at the gate and a buggy will take you down to the beach. — Lonely Planet
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This very pleasant park has rare species of trees, spices, and fruit trees, as well as reptiles and birds. Be sure to get a map of the estate before heading out to explore it. — Michelin Guide
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Content yourself with the beauty of the place and resist the temptation of the white sand and turquoise waters, as the violence of the waves and currents makes swimming in Police Bay beach dangerous — Michelin Guide
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If you're looking for an unspoiled and exotic beach vacation destination, La Digue is one of the most popular islands in the Seychelles, and Anse Source d'Argent is the reason why — Afar Magazine
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A British general, a suggestive tree, a map of paradise.  — Atlas Obscura
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The manicured botanical gardens, full of streams and birdsong, are about a 10-minute walk south of the centre — Lonely Planet
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A newspaper editor turned this abandoned island into a tortoise nature preserve that's now the world's smallest national park.  — Atlas Obscura
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This museum is an excellent place to find out more about the history of the Seychelles and its people — Michelin Guide
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