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Bel Ombre Marina, Mahé, Seychelles

Bel Ombre Marina is located in the district of Bel Ombre, on the north-eastern coast of Mahe Island, the largest in the Seychelles archipelago. Scattered in the western Indian Ocean, the 115 islands in the archipelago are famous for their beauty, tranquility and stunning beaches. There is also the UNESCO World Heritage Site at Aldabra, the largest raised coral atoll in the world. The world famous white sand beaches at Anse Source d'Argent, Anse Marron, Anse Takamaka and Anse Lazio are just a few of the many retreats in Seychelles. Diving and snorkeling are the most popular activities due to the variety of environments, including reefs, canyon terrain, shipwrecks and coral gardens. The waters are calm and clear and teeming with life. The wildlife is just as abundant, with sea turtles and many bird species. Many people find Seychelles the quintessential tropical paradise serving as inspiration for many writers that described it as a “tropical dream-come-true”.



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Attractions in Mahé

Mahé is an island located in the Seychelles archipelago in the Indian Ocean. Mahé has the largest surface in comparison with its other sister island, and it hosts more than 70 000 inhabitants. The most important city of the island is Victoria, which is also the capital city and home to over 80% of the Mahé population. The island offers many touristic attractions for sea lovers and hiking amateurs.

Mahé and the rest of the Seychelles islands have probably been uninhabited for centuries. The first historical proofs that include references to the archipelago date back to the 17th centuries.  The first Europeans who set foot on these lands were a crew of navigators led by Captain Sharpeigh.In the 18th century, the French took over the island. A long series of battles and disputes between the French and British forces were carried on throughout the following two centuries. In the late 70’s the island was granted its i... more info