Anse Boudin

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Large granite rock formations divide Anse Boudin from Anse Takamaka. This very fine sand beach is about 800 steps long. The main beach lies hidden behind some local houses. Depending on the tide, large stones form a swimming pool area within close distance of the shoreline. Takamaka trees, pines and coconut palms shelter Anse Boudin. The beach offers a panoramic view of Curieuse Island. This beach is part of the Curieuse Marine National Park and provides excellent snorkelling.

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