Plan the perfect holiday
Anse Boileau is a long bay midway up the west coast of Mahe, backed by a small town with a handful of shops, restuarants and takeaways. The beach is wide and empty, and rather lovely in the setting sun, but lacks the white sands and beautiful blues you can find a short distance to the south. At each end of the bay fishing boats are moored, and in the mornings you can buy fresh fish direct from the fishermen to cook at home. It's not a bad position for exploring the island and there are a number of self catering villas here.