This great beach holiday to the Seychelles stays seven nights at two very different but equally lovely hotels – Sans Souci in the hills of Mahé Island and Clef des Iles on the popular Beau Vallon beach. During your time at Sans Souci, car hire is included so you can explore the island's sandy beaches.
On arrival at Mahé Airport, you'll be met and driven up into the hills (about 20 minutes) to stay at Le Sans Souci guesthouse for 4 nights. although it can be tricky to find at first, it's a gem when you're here and you'll soon get the hang of its location! Le Sans Souci is in verdant hills high above the ocean overlooking Victoria's harbour and the islands in the Sainte Anne Marine Park. It's very friendly, and in the evening you're likely to have a relaxed, family-style banquet on the open-air terrace with your host Janine. With your own car, this is a perfect base from which to explore the island of Mahé.
Leaving Le Sans Souci you'll be transferred to Clef des Iles, which is right on the sand of Beau Vallon Beach. It's easy to see why the 2km of palm fringed sand, sparkling waters make this one of the more popular beaches on the Seychelles for locals and tourists alike. You'll spend 3 nights here at this relaxed, self-catering property. There are plenty of local-style bars and restaurants nearby (the famous Baobab Pizzeria is right next door), several dive centres, and a long stretch of white sandy beach, starting at your doorstep.
On your last day, you'll be collected by one of our representatives and taken back to Mahé's airport where you can continue on your own international flights or other onward arrangements.
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