La Digue attractions

Top Choice Beach in La Digue

Anse Marron

Perhaps the most stunning natural pool and beach combo on the planet, Anse Marron sits nestled behind Gaudíesque granite boulders at the remote southern tip of La Digue. The tiny inlet is truly a hidden morsel of tr…
Top Choice Beach in La Digue

Anse Source d'Argent

Famed for being one of the most photographed beaches on the planet, Anse Source d'Argent is a sight to behold. Its dazzling white sands are lapped by shallow emerald waters, backed by some of La Digue's most beautif…
Top Choice Viewpoint in La Digue

Nid d'Aigle

Nid d'Aigle, the highest point on La Digue (333m), commands sensational views out over the island, as well as out to Mahé, Praslin, Curieuse, Félicité, Grande Soeur, Petite Soeur and even Frégate. It's an effort to …
Beach in La Digue

Anse Cocos

This wonderfully scenic beach of salt-white sand and turquoise water curves gracefully between distant granitic outcrops. What sets it apart from others on this stretch of coast is the beachfront shade offered by ca…
Beach in La Digue

Grand Anse

On the southeast coast is La Digue's longest beach, Grand Anse. It's a stunning place to sun yourself, and while busier than nearby Petite Anse and Anse Cocos (both accessed by foot only), it sees fewer visitors tha…
Beach in La Digue

Petite Anse

This dramatic crescent of bleached white sand sits between Grande Anse and Anse Cocos on La Digue's southeast coast. Although less than a 300m walk (along a well-defined trail) from the northern end of Grande Anse, …
Historic Site in La Digue

L'Union Estate & Copra Factory

At one time, the main industry on La Digue was coconut farming, centred on L'Union Estate coconut plantation south of La Passe. These days L'Union Estate is run as an informal 'theme park', which harbours the Old Pl…
Beach in La Digue

Anse Sévère

Easily accessible on the northern outskirts of La Passe, Anse Sévère is a great beach to spend a day on. Set alluringly behind stands of takamaka trees, its jade waters are kid-friendly (due to the barrier reef) and…
Beach in La Digue

Anse Patates

Petite, picture perfect and ideal for a splash or snorkel, this boulder-framed beach sits tucked into the northern tip of the island.
Wildlife Reserve in La Digue

Veuve Reserve

La Digue is one of the last refuges of the black paradise flycatcher, which locals call the veuve (widow). This small forest reserve, which has been set aside to protect its natural habitat, is thought to now shelte…