Anse Volbert beach is the longest beach on Praslin Island of Seychelles. Also called Cote d'Or, Anse Volbert is easily the most popular beach among tourists with a stunning stretch of white sand for 2.5km. Its main beach faces Chauve Souris, the offshore islet. Anse Volbert in the north is often called the "gold coast" and is famous due to the spectacular beaches and the host of water sports.
With scenic vistas that look like they belong in a postcard, Anse Volbert is a beach suited for all age groups and safe for children. The beach offers a vast choice of restaurants, as well as shops and supermarkets.
The prices are cost-effective and suit all budgets. Tourists who only want to spend time at the beach without staying over can reach it by road or boat. Parking spaces are plenty on the way adjacent to Anse Volbert. Bus service is also convenient as there are stops all along this coastal route.
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