Grand Anse beach, located on the southeast coast of La Digue island in Seychelles, is often referred to as the 'wild beach' for a number of reasons. The sea here runs deep very quickly and you can get caught unawares. Grand Anse is the longest beach in La Digue. Still it is rather belittled. The sea waters may run deep, and the currents are also very strong, but the striking natural beauty more than makes up for these shortcomings. The golden sands are stunning and makes you want to relax and soak up the sun all day. The scenery around is mesmerising, and since the beach is not crowded, it gives visitors an opportunity to explore it in tranquillity.
You can take a ferry from Praslin to La Digue which takes about 15 minutes. Once in La Digue, you can rent a bike at the port. There is a convenient bike trail, easy and smooth to ride on. You can walk on this trail too.
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