Praslin island is a jewel set in the Seychelles archipelago awaiting to show you the most spectacular and unique nature you have ever seen.
Exotic birds, tropical fish and giant tortoises live in harmony in this lush oasis, one of the rare stretches of virgin forest.
You will find complete serenity by the sea, on a coral beach of this tropical island, abandoning all your worries: the fragrances and stunning colours of the Seychelles will be an unforgettable experience.


The Seychelles archipelago is located in the Indian Ocean, 1600 km from the east coast of Kenya. It comprises 115 islands, 40 of which are granite islands and 75 coral atolls. Uninhabited until the seventeenth century, the sailors of the East Indies company were the first to land here in 1609. Praslin island is a tropical paradise; aside from the beautiful beaches, its main attraction is the Vallée de Mai forest, one of the rare examples of virgin forest and one of three places in the world where the “coco de mer” palm grows in the wild. The Seychelles, thanks to its isolated position and late colonization, are home to many unique species that cannot be found elsewhere in the world. Giant tortoises live only in two regions in the world: the Galapagos and the Seychelles.

Structure and Services

Restaurant, bar with terrace on the beach boutique, safe.
To pay: external diving center, laundry service, car rental, massages, excursions, Wi-Fi access throughout the Club and in the rooms.



These are all double rooms (garden view and sea front) with a four-poster bed, equipped with telephone, mini bar, safe, hair dryer, ceiling fan, air conditioning, small veranda.


With the same amenities as the “standard” but newly built, with a garden view.

Junior Suite

Consists of a bedroom with a four-poster double bed and a separate living area, equipped with telephone, mini bar, safe, hair dryer, ceiling fan, air conditioning, small veranda overlooking the sea.

Possibility of extra bed in all rooms. Fourth bed only in the “family”.


A wide selection of Creole and international as well as Italian cuisine is available at the Cote d’Or Club.
Buffet breakfast, lunch and dinner buffet or served at the table, including natural mineral water and American coffee.


A white coral sand beach shaded by palm trees and equipped with sun loungers.


Canoeing, beach volley, table tennis, archery. At extra cost: diving and equipment rental, deep sea and trolling rod fishing. The dives offered reach a depth of about 20 meters and are located at a distance of between 5 and 50 minutes by boat.


Children of all ages are accepted at the Cote d’Or Club. No special services or assistance is provided.

Golf Club


Spectacular course, next to beautiful beaches and set in a lush park amongst palm trees, green meadows and ponds. 18-hole course, par 70, with a length of 5,556 meters. Casino des Iles: An elegant neo-colonial two-storey building that houses a restaurant with international cuisine and a room with card tables as well as a room with slot machines downstairs.

Diving Center


The Côte d’Or and Chauve Souris Relais Club with the collaboration of the nearby diving center “Whitetip Divers”, located at Anse Volbert. The center, run by experienced and qualified instructors, offers the full range of PADI courses, from Discover Scuba Diving to Advanced Open Water.
At the Center you can rent equipment for diving (for a fee).
Diving proposals reach a depth of about 20 meters and take place at a distance of between 5 and 50 minutes by boat.



Half day
An island natural park where 250 giant tortoises live in the wild. A short stroll across the island to admire the mangroves. Afterwards, a visit to the “doctor’s house” museum and a swim in the crystal clear waters.


Half day
Vallée de Mai Famous forest, declared UNESCO World Heritage Site, the only place in the world where the gigantic “coco de mer” palm tree grows. Over an hour-long walk between the lush vegetation and endemic plants of the Seychelles.


All day
Unspoiled private island located approximately half an hour by boat from the resort. Two beaches: one ideal for snorkelling, where colourful fish and sea turtles can be admired; the other, characterized by pink granite boulders, with ocean waves.


All day
A whole day dedicated to La Digue, also known as the Pearl of the Indian Ocean, and its famous beaches, Grande Anse and Petit Anse. A visit to the Giant Rock is also part of the excursion – a copra factory and vanilla plantations at Anse Source d’Argent. There will be a possibility for shopping at the harbour.