Le Domaine De L'Orangeraie, Seychelles
Hidden away on the charming island of La Digue – where time seems to stand still and old traditions hold sway – this little haven offers the perfect opportunity for a truly authentic Seychellois experience. A stone’s throw from the jetty (La Digue lies 7kms off Praslin’s south-west coast and is accessible via ferry or helicopter), La Digue is justifiably proud of its reputation as the most authentic and original island in the Seychelles and for those who find pleasure and solace in the immersion of local culture and the gentle vibes of village life, this island is a must.
Le Domaine De l'Orangeraie
Le Domaine de L’Orangeraie features 55 villas ensuring an intimate ambiance and a warm, charming vibe. Garden Villas (in blocks of four) are peaceful and spacious, set in lush tropical garden surrounded by birdsong. The glorious Villas de Charme are slightly elevated with a hillside location ensuring fabulous views. For those looking for a touch of magic, the Villas de Charme Elégance are blissfully private with the added bonus of a secluded outdoor Jacuzzi. Expect a palate of neutral colours, natural materials and a chic design totally at one with the surroundings.
All day dining is available and there are two restaurants and bars – vibrant Creole flavours and superb seafood are the order of the day. The spa here is to-die-for, set high on a peak surrounded by imposing granite rocks. There is even a Hammam.
Surrounded by granite boulders and overlooking the white sandy beach and beautiful coral reef, the Lagoon features an infinity-edge swimming pool. La Digue is ripe for exploration and one of our favourite ways is to hire a bicycle and head out for a day of discovery, and after a fascinating day of exploring, head to the hilltop sanctuary of Eden Rock spa, which commands magnificent views from its elevated setting and offers nourishing treatments for the body and mind.
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