This imposing cathedral is noteworthy for its elegant portal and colonnaded facade. The extraordinary building immediately west of the cathedral is the Domus – it's the priest's residence and a national monument.
This gallery, in a traditional Creole wooden structure, exhibits the work of George Camille, one of the Seychelles' best-loved painters. There's an on-site cafe and it's a short uphill walk from the main downtown ar…
The focal point of the city centre is this downsized replica of the clock tower on London's Vauxhall Bridge. It was brought to Victoria in 1903 when the Seychelles became a crown colony.
With its brightly painted decor, Victoria's small but eye-catching Hindu temple stands out among a row of nondescript buildings. It's used by the city's small Indian community.
Unveiled in 2014 to mark 38 years of independence, this eye-catching bronze sculpture is the work of British-born Seychellois artists Tom Bowers.
The rather ramshackle Natural History Museum is worth a quick visit to learn about the islands' geology, fauna and flora.
The rather dilapidated old courthouse beside the clock tower is an appealing example of Creole architecture.
Tucked away from the main drag is this modern mosque, which serves Victoria's small Muslim community. It's at its busiest for Friday noon prayers.