La Passe is a quaint village settlement on the northern shores of La Digue in Seychelles. As part of La Digue Island, which is the third-largest island in the Seychelles archipelago - after Mahe and Praslin Island, La Passe is certainly as exciting and beautiful as its larger part. A pretty sweep of red-tiled rooftops, cosy cafes, serene beaches and a host of comfortable accommodations makes La Passe a memorable visit during your stay.
The Village of La Passe in La Digue is located on the east coast and houses the majority of the residents. The area occupied by La Passe extends no more than 4 square kilometres on the island, and it encompasses the majority of forested land on the east side. This is where you land when you enter La Digue through the ferry. It is the perfect place to explore the Creole Culture and interact with the locals. The village is a 10-minute cycle ride from one end to another and boasts a stunning view of Praslin. The water on the east coast is too shallow, and therefore, not suitable for swimming.
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