An island… on the island! Beautifully anchored in the sand facing small island Round, in the enchanting surroundings of Anse La Flour, where the ocean offers blue colours and idyllic green, this discreet hotel is hardly accessible by the sea, since it takes more than half an hour of sports walking to reach through the mountain the enchanting Cove La Joke… and its stop bus. Every day, a dozen free shuttles connect this "emerald creek" in the port of Baie Sainte-Anne in 10 minutes.
Well integrated into the environment, within a lush garden where, among other things, these unusual trees with apparent roots are found as the vacoas and where four turtles are musardent, the New Emerald Cove has a wooden structure full of high and original angles, under which the meals are served, and around which a dozen chalets bring together forty-two mignonnettes bedrooms, the majority opening up. on a pleasant terrace. Despite their undeniable charm, their main flaw is really their size: The rooms are large and shallow. In practical terms, the rooms are not worth the price, but the environment, yes. The framework is really very pleasant: Three beaches, a beautiful swimming pool with a view of nature, deckchairs, canoeing and volleyball grounds for guests (toll free), palms, masks, tubas (100 RS for all stay). On the sea side there is bath on board: peaceful or snorkeling swimming with colorful fish just a few metres from the edge, we evolve in a postcard decor, with a white sand as well as flour, hence the name of this typical Seychelles cove with its palm trees and its superb rock chaos. A biologist, permanently present, offers free walks in the surrounding area or dives and snorkelling with explanations about wildlife and marine flora. As you will have understood, there is a small holiday club atmosphere (Italian!), especially during meals, where everyone can enjoy the hotel's buffet. Several times a week, animations are also offered in the evening (live music, dance dance…) and you can also relax with a massage.
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