As the planet’s only mid ocean granite islands the Seychelles are already in an exclusive club, but luxury Seychelles holidays are also about as special a proposition as it gets. Speaking of propositions, the Seychelles are an ideal honeymoon option, but you don’t need to be newly-wed to appreciate the beauty of the islands. The aforementioned granitic geology is what we have to thank for that quintessential Seychellois scene of huge boulders and palm trees perfectly framing white sand beaches and gin-clear water. Look just beyond those beaches and you might find some outrageously spoiling private
island resort with immaculate eco-credentials and sublime service where you can spend a week in the lap of luxury, enjoying world class cuisine, pampering spa treatments, meeting the island’s population of ancient giant tortoises and snorkelling in clear seas. It’s all rather perfect, really, but the Seychelles also afford the luxury of feeling like a true pioneer. If you want to set foot where few have before, head to the Aldabra Islands, part of the Seychelles but a good 700 miles south of the capital Mahe. Here you can experience some of the world’s finest diving and snorkelling.
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The Seychelles are synonymous with luxury holidays and it’s easy to see why; secluded island resorts, complete with indulgent spas and exceptional cuisine, border clean-as-they-come private beaches. Combine the three most popular islands – Mahé, Praslin and La Digue – on one of our Seychelles luxury holidays. Mahé, the largest of the islands in the archipelago, is a good introduction to the Seychelles’ life of luxury, while Praslin and La Digue are home to some of the world’s most spellbinding beaches.
If you’re after an away-from-it-all experience, head off-the-beaten path to the islands of Félicité or Frégate. Previously a coconut plantation, the forested island of Félicité boasts coral-fringed beaches worthy of any avid diver. Meanwhile, Frégate Island features 17 immaculately crafted private villas encircled by seven heavenly beaches. As well as exuding an understated sense of luxury, the eco-lodge operates a conservation programme intent on preserving the archipelago’s rich flora and fauna. This eco-friendly angle only serves to heighten the appeal of Seychelles luxury holidays.