As the longest beach in Seychelles, Beau Vallon Bay boasts white sand and clear waters during the sunniest months of the year, flagging it as a huge tourist area. It is home to many water based activities such as diving, snorkeling, jet skiing, sailing and more under the careful watch of the stationed lifeguards. Swimming in the ocean is the best way to cool off from the hot sun, or even buying a coconut from local street vendors selling produce on a daily basis. See what the Seychellois people have to offer every Wednesday in the form of food and crafts at the Promenade with the local Bazar Labrin from sunset onwards. Find a variety of hotels and restaurants scattered along its coast that cater to one’s every need; whether you are in the mood for Creole food or not, they’ve got you covered. Beau Vallon beach is also used for other big cultural events such as the annual SUBIOS festival and Regatta, as well as the Eco-Friendly Marathon, making it the center of attention in the North of Mahé. If you’re looking for fun or maybe just to relax, Beau Vallon beach is the place for you; accessible by foot, car, or bus.