To the north of Madagascar, there are 115 islands bathed by the Indian Ocean with pearly sands that by far surpass our vision of paradise: Seychelles. The landscape is characterised by postcard-worthy beaches, oversized romantic coves, sunsets and tropical jungles, guaranteeing an unforgettable experience while on your honeymoon in Seychelles.

Defined by minimalist luxury, magnificent resorts have been created in perfect harmony with nature. Villas with direct access to beaches, gourmet cooking that satisfies even the most demanding palates, spas for indulging yourself and intimate hideaways that will help you understand why many famous couples choose a honeymoon in Seychelles.


Constance Lemuria with its 18-hole championship golf course is unique in the Seychelles. This luxury hotel was fully renovated and then reopened in November 2016.


Situated on the island of Mahé, Constance Ephelia enjoys a unique location set. All suites and villas are stylishly decorated with breathtaking views.




The main attraction which a honeymoon in Seychelles offers is the beaches. This is no surprise, as these islands are home to some of the most beautiful beaches in the world. Anse Lazio is a paradise of lapis lazuli-coloured waters, surrounded by palm trees and impressive granite rocks with surreal shapes.

Anse Georgette has a wilder character, surrounded by lush vegetation that highlights the whiteness of its sand. Combine the Seychelles honeymoon packages with an underwater excursion for an incredibly unique experience. To the north of Mahé, two shipwrecks that have been turned into incredible artificial reefs await you.

Source d’Argent

With its enormous rocks, Source d’Argent holds the Guinness Record for the most photographed beach in the world.

Desroches Island

For diving experts, the impressive canyons and caves of Desroches Island are perfect for exploring.

The Aldabra atoll

The Aldabra atoll, declared a UNESCO World Heritage Site, is one of the spots with the highest density of marine life in the world.



Heading inland, there are many other things to do during your honeymoon in Seychelles. You can visit the Garden of Eden, the name given to the Vallée de Mai nature reserve on Praslin Island. More surprises await at the Morne Seychellois National Park. Between coastal mangroves, thick forests and rugged mountains, you can discover the ruins of ancient cinnamon distilleries and the first school for the freed child slaves.

Other adventures are to be found on Bird Island. Inhabiting this bird sanctuary is the beautiful blue dove, native to the inner islands, as well as the friendly black parrot, a species that is in danger of extinction. This island is also home to giant tortoises; although, the world’s largest population is found on the Aldabra atoll.

Garden of Eden

UNESCO World Heritage Site and , according to the legend, has remained intact since the Genesis.

Morne Blanc

Enjoy the spectacular views of Mahé Bay, the mountains and the park, as well as the Tea Factory with its plantation.

Bird Island

In the north, be prepared for Hitchcock-esque scenes, as hundreds of thousands of shady terns come here to sleep every night.



Venturing outside of your honeymoon all-inclusive resort to dive into the streets of Victoria is well worth it. The capital’s landscape is marked by the Immaculate Conception Cathedral, a building from the 19th century, whose elegant gateway and façade reveal the French influence.

A few steps away, there is an impressive Hindu temple that welcomes you with a burst of colours. Situated just a few metres from here is the surprising small replica of London’s Big Ben, surrounded by impressive colonial mansions that will remind you of the French and British rule.

Victoria's Central Market

A place that awakens the senses with its unusual colour combinations and aromas of fish, exotic fruits and spices.

An exotic culinary journey

Surrounded by the sea, Seychelles cuisine includes lots of fish and seafood. Each dish is an opportunity to surprise your palate with original ideas.

Mahé Island

Mahé is the largest island of Seychelles, lying in the northeast of the nation in the Indian Ocean.

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