Fleur De Sel
Hiking, snorkeling, swimming, diving, island tours, island hopping, boat trips, sightseeing, golfing
WiFi in room
Kitchen / Kitchenette
Tea and coffee making facilities
Balcony / Terrace
Fleur De Sel is a fine, family-run self catering place located at Anse Royale beach, in the South of Mahe.
It consists of four modern bungalow apartments and a large and luxurious free-standing villa.
Perfect for 2-3 persons, the 52 m2 apartments offer an air-conditioned bedroom with a king-size double bed and direct view of palm trees and the sea. There is a spacious lounge/dining area (with a sofa for a third person) and a fully equipped open-plan kitchen. The large bathroom with rain shower is en suite. Furthermore, you'll have a furnished terrace with direct beach access.
Flat screen-Satellite-TV, room safe, hair dryer and free WiFi internet are amenities apart from the usual like towels, bedding, etc.
Apart from the Bungalow-Apartments, there is also a huge villa available, for families up to 8 persons: 4 air-conditioned bedrooms and two bathrooms, an immense living area with flat screen-satellite-TV, a fully equipped kitchen and a spacious verandah. Well-being is assured here!
Room safe, hair dryer and free WiFi internet are amenities apart from the usual like towels, bedding, etc.
In both the apartments and the villa, daily cleaning service (except on Sundays and public holidays) is included in the price.
The south of Mahe is still very authentic with the nearby village of Anse Royale being relatively quiet and very peaceful. Still, you will find a choice restaurants, shops and takeaways here.
We will gladly arrange a car hire together with a booking of "Fleur de Sel" at super-special rates. Please see our rental car website here or ask us for our car price list. If you prefer, taxi transfers to and from the airport or ferry jetty can also be arranged.
If you would like to book a Fleur De Sel apartment or the villa, please click here for further information or simply send us an email.
Note: During the time of the southeasterly trade winds (normally May-Sept.), swimming and snorkelling may be difficult at times at this side of the island, due to wind, waves or sea grass (see Things to Know).