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Top Choice International in La Digue

Domaine de L'Orangeraie Resort & Spa – Le Combava

This elegant restaurant within the Domaine de L'Orangeraie Resort & Spa offers the intoxicating mix of fine dining, romantic atmosphere, cool setting and attentive service. The sleek dining room by the hotel's s…
Top Choice Seafood in La Digue

Lanbousir

This ramshackle eatery run by a gang of affable ladies is an ideal spot for a filling lunch after (or before) working your tan at nearby Anse Source d'Argent. Start things off with smoked-fish salad, move on to a me…
Top Choice Creole in La Digue

Chez Jules Restaurant

You really need to know this place is here at Anse Banane on the east coast, but luckily now you do. You’ll be surprised such good stuff can come from a place so secluded. Excellent grilled fish fillet and tasty oct…
Top Choice Buffet in La Digue

Loutier Coco

A complete overhaul in early 2016 transformed this casual beach shack on Grand Anse beach into a fully fledged restaurant, complete with cold tiled floors, concrete walls and a proper roof. What has not changed, tho…
Top Choice International in La Digue

The Fish Trap Bar & Restaurant

In a great location on the water's edge, this snazzy restaurant is one of the most atmospheric places to eat around La Passe. The menu runs the gamut from seafood to meat dishes and salads to Creole staples. It's al…
Beach in La Digue

Anse Source d'Argent

Most new arrivals head straight for the beach at Anse Source d'Argent, and it's easy to see why. Picture this: a dazzling white-sand beach backed by naturally sculpted granite boulders and lapped by emerald waters. …
Beach in La Digue

Anse Cocos

From Petite Anse, you can take your beach towel further north to the wonderfully scenic Anse Cocos, which is reached by a rather vague track that starts at the southern end of Petite Anse. The bay here is dazzling t…
Beach in La Digue

Anse Marron

At the southern tip of the island, the tiny inlet of Anse Marron is a hidden morsel of tranquillity. The fact that this fantastically wild beach can only be reached on foot adds to its wonderful sense of remoteness.…
Wildlife Reserve in La Digue

Veuve Reserve

La Digue is the last refuge 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 shelter about 15 p…
Village in La Digue

La Passe

A visit to tiny La Passe almost feels like stepping back in time, so perfectly does it capture the image of a sleepy tropical port. Apart from a few trucks and taxis, very few motorised vehicles clog the streets. Me…