Nestled in-between the wide and spectacular beaches at Port Launay and Baie Ternay, this tiny cove is well worth a stop. Hemmed in by granite boulders, the small beach is often completely deserted and the sea is suitable for both swimming and snorkelling.
How to get there:
From the clock tower in Victoria, drive to the traffic light and turn left onto Revolution Avenue. Drive past the main police station on your left, and then take the first road on your left, Bel Air Road. Follow Bel Air Road up the hill and down to the other side, passing the Everglow shop, the Mission Lodge viewing point and the Tea Factory. Continue on this road down to the coast reaching the junction at Port Glaud, turn right passing Eden's Holiday Resort and, further on, the church on the right. Keep going along this road leading through the mangroves till you come to the end of the 2-lane road. Continue on the narrow road uphill for approximately 250 metres. The first small cove that you come to will be Anse Souillac.
Total travelling time is approximately 1 hour.
Anse Souillac is suitable for:
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