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Anse Cocos is a stunning beach located on the eastern side of La Digue, Seychelles. The beach is about 500 meters long and boasts of fine white sand with some rocky areas
Anse Cocos doesn't have any lifeguards on duty, but bathroom access is available, and dogs are allowed on the beach.. . .
Visitors can enjoy a range of activities including swimming, snorkeling, and sunbathing
There is no dedicated parking lot at Anse Cocos, but visitors can park their cars near Anse Fourmis and walk about 30 minutes through a forest trail to reach the beach.
Fun fact about Anse Cocos: The beach can only be accessed by foot or by boat, making it a secluded and peaceful spot for visitors.
There are no tourist attractions or hiking trails on Anse Cocos beach, but visitors can take a short walk through the forest to reach Anse Patates beach, which is a popular spot for snorkeling.
There are no restaurants directly on Anse Cocos, but visitors can find several restaurants and cafes in the nearby village of La Passe. Some of the popular cuisines in the area include Creole, seafood, and international cuisine. Nearby restaurants include Fish Trap Restaurant, Lanbousier Restaurant, and Chez Jules.
La Digue Island Lodge is a hotel located about a 20-minute walk from Anse Cocos beach. The hotel features traditional thatched-roof bungalows with modern amenities, a restaurant, a bar, and a swimming pool. Other nearby hotels include Le Domaine de L'Orangeraie Resort and Spa and Chateau St Cloud Hotel.

Top Amenities at Anse Cocos

Amenities

  • Dogs

  • Activities

  • Fishing

  • Hiking

  • Snorkeling

  • Access

  • Foot Access

  • Top Traveler Questions

    Frequently Asked Questions

    Surf through our FAQs to help you find your perfect beach!

    Does Anse Cocos have parking? If so, is it free or paid?

    Anse Cocos does not have dedicated parking but has street parking near the entrance.

    Does Anse Cocos have lifeguards?

    No, Anse Cocos does not have lifeguards monitoring the beach – please be careful when swimming on this beach.

    Is Anse Cocos a family-friendly beach?

    Anse Cocos is not family-friendly and does not have restrooms, lifeguards, and nearby food.

    Is Anse Cocos good for swimming?

    Anse Cocos boasts excellent swimming conditions, attracting swimmers of all skill levels with its gentle waves and clear waters.

    Does Anse Cocos have restrooms?

    Anse Cocos does not have restrooms on or near the beach.

    Is Anse Cocos a nude beach?

    No, Anse Cocos maintains a family-friendly atmosphere and does not allow nude bathing.

    Is there food near Anse Cocos?

    Anse Cocos does not have nearby food options – please plan your beach day accordingly.

    What are the activities at Anse Cocos?

    Anse Cocos is renowned for its vibrant beach scene, offering various activities for everyone to enjoy Fishing, Hiking, Snorkeling.

    Does Anse Cocos have accommodations for people with disabilities?

    Anse Cocos does not have accommodations for people with disabilities.

    Is Anse Cocos a dog-friendly beach?

    Yes, bring your dog with you to Anse Cocos!

    Is Anse Cocos good for surfing?

    Anse Cocos is not generally considered to be good for surfing.

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