On the peaceful dead-end road of Police Bay, which ends near the prison reserved for long term prisoners, this deserted beach, the southernmost on Mahé, is worth a stop for its wild side: velvet trees in the foreground, coconut trees in the background. Just like at the neighbouring Anse Corail, a few rocks at the water's edge nevertheless hinder swimming. But photography and selfies enthusiasts will have a choice spot to enjoy themselves and bring back beautiful pictures. Less than 1 km further on, another wild sandbank which rightly answers to the name of Anse Cachée also attracts some curious people. Swimming is also difficult here.
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