Anse Source d’Argent Beach is one of the main tourist attractions on the La Dague, the fourth largest island in the Seychelles.
Traveling to the beach is possible using a boat ride from Mahe or a jetty at Le Passe. From there, it will be a choice between a bike or an old-fashioned ox cart. Then, the ride will lead to the entrance of the L’Union Estate. The path down to Anse Source d’Argent Beach can be made by foot or by bike.
The entrance fee to the beach is 100 SCR (Seychelles Rupee) It additionally allows access to the park and museum to see giant turtles and the old coconut mills.
The pristine white sand stretches out to a sapphire blue sea and large, luxurious palm trees provide ample shade, and huge granite rocks form surreal-looking formations.
Activities on the beach and around
The shallow waters make Anse Source d’Argent a good place to snorkel, splash around, and also explore the marine life.
Nearby restaurants include Lanbousir, Le Repaire, and Villa Veuve and there’s a supermarket (Gregoire’s) roughly five min from the beach.
Hotels near the beach
Accommodations are available at La Repaire and Villa Veuve, as well as at the four-star L’ Union Chalets La Digue and Le Sur Mer Chalets.
Other popular facilities are:
Chateau St Cloud
Le Relax Beach House – La Digue
L’Union Estate Chalets
Casa De Leela
La Digue Island Lodge
Le Repaire Boutique Hotel