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Overview

Nestled in the picturesque Quatre Bornes region of Seychelles, Petite Police Beach remains mostly an undiscovered gem, ideal for those seeking a tranquil escape. Unlike some of its more tourist-trafficked neighbors, Petite Police boasts a relatively short stretch of pristine, white sand, accentuated by the crystal-clear waters that are synonymous with the Seychelles. Visitors to the beach can indulge in a variety of activities including swimming, sunbathing, and leisurely strolls along the shore, enjoying the serene atmosphere and stunning natural beauty. Despite its allure, Petite Police has few amenities, so plan your trip accordingly, although it does not have lifeguards on duty, bathroom access, or facilities for dogs. Guests are encouraged to come prepared to fully enjoy what this untouched paradise has to offer.

Parking

In terms of parking, Petite Police does not feature a designated parking lot, which reflects its untouched and less-commercialized nature. Visitors might need to park along the nearby roads or find alternative means of getting to the beach, emphasizing the beach's appeal to those looking for a quieter, more secluded spot. This arrangement ensures the beach retains its peaceful ambiance but requires a bit of planning for those traveling with a lot of beach gear or those who require close access to their vehicle.

Fun Fact

A fun fact about Petite Police is its relative obscurity, which has preserved its natural beauty and made it a favorite among locals and in-the-know tourists. Another interesting tidbit is the origin of its name, which adds an air of mystery and intrigue to the beach. The rarity of large tourist crowds allows for intimate encounters with nature, including the chance to see indigenous bird species and marine life in their native habitat, offering a truly unique beach experience.

Attractions

The attractions in and around Petite Police are primarily natural and scenic, contributing to its appeal for those seeking a peaceful retreat. While there are no towering tourist attractions or hiking trails directly on the beach, its proximity to other Seychelles landmarks offers ample opportunity for exploration. The serene environment is perfect for those looking to disconnect and immerse themselves in the beauty of nature, making it an attraction in its own right.

Restaurants

Despite the beach's secluded nature, there are a few nearby restaurants that offer a taste of local cuisine, allowing visitors to enjoy fresh seafood and traditional Creole dishes amidst beautiful surroundings. Some notable names include "Chez Plume" known for its fusion of international and Seychellois cuisine, and "Le Jardin du Roi Spice Garden" where visitors can dine in a lush, botanical setting.

Hotels

For those looking to extend their stay near Petite Police, there are several accommodation options ranging from luxury resorts to cozy guesthouses. The "Anse Soleil Beachcomber" offers comfortable beachfront rooms with stunning sunset views, while "La Residence" provides a more intimate setting, ideal for couples and honeymooners. Both options offer easy access to the beach and a base from which to explore the enchanting island of Seychelles.

Basic Details

IN840 feet

INEntry Fee

IN24 / 7

INBeige

INParking Available

All Amenities at Petite Police

Activities

  • Snorkeling

  • Food

  • Icon for Beach AmenitiesRestaurants

  • Access

  • Icon for Beach AmenitiesCar Access

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  • Public Bus Stop

  • Petite Police - Beach Map

    Top Traveler Questions

    Frequently Asked Questions

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

    Does Petite Police have parking? If so, is it free or paid?

    Yes, this Beach provides free parking at the entrance, although spaces are limited. Visitors can also find street parking nearby for easy access to the beach.

    Does Petite Police have lifeguards?

    No, this Beach does not have lifeguards monitoring the beach - please be careful when swimming on this beach.

    Is Petite Police a family-friendly beach?

    No, this Beach is not family-friendly and does not have restrooms, lifeguards, and nearby food.

    Is Petite Police good for swimming?

    No, this Beach is not generally considered a good swimming beach.

    Does Petite Police have restrooms?

    No, this Beach does not have restrooms on or near the beach.

    Is Petite Police a nude beach?

    No, this Beach maintains a family-friendly atmosphere and does not allow nude bathing.

    Is there food near Petite Police?

    Yes, this Beach has multiple restaurant options near or on the beach.

    What are the activities at Petite Police?

    Yes, this Beach is a good place to Snorkeling

    Does Petite Police have accommodations for people with disabilities?

    No, this Beach does not have accommodations for people with disabilities.

    Is Petite Police a dog-friendly beach?

    No, this Beach is not dog-friendly.

    Is Petite Police good for surfing?

    No, this Beach is not generally considered to be good for surfing.

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