Village du Pecheur offers stylish beachfront accommodation with white washed walls and thatched roofs, its earthy tones providing a stark contrast to the bright turquoise surrounds of Cote d’Or.

This charming boutique hotel blended with tropical wood and marble reflects a warm and relaxed atmosphere the perfect “A Home away from Home”

The hotel is situated on the east coast of Praslin on one of the most beautiful beach The “Cote D’or”.

From Praslin Airport to Village du Pecheur is a 30 minutes drive. If you prefer to go by boat to Mahé or La Digue or one of the other islands you will find the jetty of Baie Ste Anne Praslin at 10 minutes from Village du Pecheur.


  • No children below 12: The Village du Pecheur welcomes guests of 12 years and over. The hotel is primarily geared for rest and relaxation and we do not accept children below this age.
  • Dress code: Whilst long trousers for gentlemen is a must after 19.00H , guests may come bare foot.
  • Standard Rooms: Standard rooms are an annex building across the road of the main building of Village du Pecheur.


Village du Pecheurs has 19 rooms:

  • Standard Rooms (no sea view) (number: 5)
  • Ocean View Rooms (number: 10; area 55 m²)
  • Junior Suites (number: 2; area: 75m²)
  • Luxury Terrace Suites (split level) (number: 2; area 141 m²)

All rooms with air-conditioning, ceiling fan, mini-bar, telephone, radio alarm clock, cable TV, Wi-Fi in the Rooms (at cost), safe, hair-dryer, tea & coffee making facilities, bathroom with bath/shower/bidet/w.c, balcony or terrace.


The “Coco de Mer” lounge, bar, restaurant open right on to the beach. The feet in the sand fine dining restaurant serves Creole and International cuisine.


Explore Praslin also known as the Palm Island famous for its world heritage site “The Valle de Mai” home of the endemic black parrots and the Coco de Mer. Take a boat trip to neighbouring islands of La Digue or Aride with its vast colony of sea birds and endemic Wright’s Gardenia.

Or just go diving in the warm clear waters of St Pierre and Coco Islands.

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  • (Ceiling) fan
  • Air Conditioning
  • Balcony
  • Bar
  • Bathroom
  • Hairdryer
  • Minibar
  • Restaurant
  • Safety Deposit Box
  • Shower/WC
  • Tea/Coffee making facilities
  • Terrace
  • WiFi
  • Wifi in room

Praslin (Seychelles)

Praslin (Seychelles)Of the 115 islands that make up the Seychelles, one stands out as having its most iconic features and distinctions: Praslin, the “Isle of Palms,” as christened by explorer Lazare Picault in the mid-1700s. On this small but stunningly diverse island, the beaches merely scratch the surface of the wonders to be found here. And


SportsThe only 18 hole golf course in the Seychelles can be found on Praslin Island. The championship golf course is situated on the grounds of the Le Lemuria Resort. A club house is available for golf equipment and caddies can be hired. The layout is quiet challenging with beautiful views of the island the adjacent coast line. Tee times can be booked online at the web page below.

One of the main attractions of the Seychelles is to explore the clean, crystal blue waters of the Indian Ocean. Diving centers launch daily dive trips to the reefs around Praslin.

The larger hotels can arrange boats to take you out snorkeling or diving. They can also arrange for a day of fishing.

Catamarans can also be rented for the day.

Tourist places

Tourist places A leisurely tour around the island of Praslin by car will take approximately 2 hours.

It also provides a base for excursions to neighbouring islands (Aride, Chauve Souris, Cousin, Cousine, Curieuse, Félicité, Grande Soeur, Ile Cocos , La Digue, Mahé, St. Pierre) some of which are important sanctuaries nurturing rare species of endemic flora and fauna.

Culture & history

Culture & history Prior to settlement of the islands by the French in the mid-18th century, Praslin's Côte d'Or was a favourite haunt of pirates.

The island was named Praslin after the Duc de Praslin, the French minister of marine in 1768 when the original 'Stone of Possession' was erected on the island in what is still known as Anse Possession.

Almost a century and a half later the visiting General Gordon (of Khartoum fame) became convinced that the Vallée de Mai was the original site of the Garden of Eden

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