Mahé: the Largest Island in Seychelles
Mahé is the largest island (157.3 km²) of the archipelago and as the gateway to Seychelles it is also the economic and cultural centre of the Inner islands.
Beautiful Granite Rocks
Widely known for its granite rock formations, Seychelles is an array of distinct and fascinating geological jewels in the Indian Ocean crown - they are the only oceanic islands in the world to be formed out of granite.
Beau Vallon: Mahé's Northwest Coast
Admired by tourists and locals alike, Beau Vallon offers an appealing curve of sparkling white sand. With typically calm seas, it is the perfect place to enjoy the challenging water sports; the naturally subdued setting is also an ideal swimming environment for families with small children.
Mahé is an Economic Hub
Mahé is the most prominent island in the whole archipelago of Seychelles and is home to nearly one third of the population – Victoria is the capital of the Republic of Seychelles. With fine dining, clear blue tropical skies and tantalisingly tempting white sandy beaches, Mahé cannot fail to impress.
Make the most out of your holiday experience and learn more about the cultures and topography of Mahé by touring the Seychelles. Savoy Resort & Spa offers a full day Mahé tour, so I guess you don’t just have to take my word for any of this… book now and be amazed!