Juliana’s Self Catering is situated in Turtle Bay, Au Cap on the island of Mahé. It is only a stroll away from the pristine sands of the beach. On offer are four houses, each fully furnished with self-creating facilities. The houses can sleep up to five guests on two floors and they have lovely verandas with lovely views of the beach.
All houses come with fans, air-conditioning, TVs and security safes. There is a garden shower for all guests to share. Each guest house has a fully equipped kitchen and has everything included such as washing machines, cookers, fridges, microwaves and utensils.
The accomodation is close to various restaurants including Kaz Kreol, Les Dauphine Hereuse, Arts & craft centre, local supermarkets 5 -10 mins walking distance, access to snorkelling, swimming, kayaking within close distance at Anse Royal Bay, The popular Island night club Katiolo & Ozone, also close to the town centre Victoria. To go to Praslin / La Digue & other islands – you can take the Cat Coco Ferry across from Victoria, which is about 30 minutes drive from Julianasvillas.
Juliana’s Self Catering is located in Turtle bay, Au Cap, on the Beautiful Island of Mahe, Seychelles. Situated 5km from the international airport Juliana’s Self Catering are approx 20 mins journey by Local bus or a 15min car drive. Taxi and bus services are available from outside the Airport. Car hire is also available at the airport.
Juliana’s Self Catering can provide a car hire service which can be booked in advance upon request. The Capital, Victoria is a 20min drive from the guest house. Juliana’s Self Catering is perfect for relaxing and enjoying local knowledge of the Islands and is only one minute from the beach.
Turtle Bay has narrow beaches and shallow waters that lie close to the coastal road. At low tide, it is interesting to walk on the sand and rocky outcrops where you will discover all sorts of marine life trapped in rock pools. Local fishermen also use this stretch of coast to set fish traps and hunt for octopus and can often be seen wading out to the reef at low tide. At high tide it is possible to swim here, but the water remains fairly shallow.