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Félicité is a 268 hectare island of granitic boulders strewn over pristine vegetation, with picturesque views at every turn. Microcosmic of what makes Seychelles truly unique, Félicité has been a best kept secret until now. Home only to Six Senses Zil Pasyon and Six Senses Residences Zil Pasyon. Félicité truly embodies its French name - bliss

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Guests are welcomed at the international airport and escorted to the nearby helicopter terminal for the short 20-minute journey to Félicité. Félicité can also be reached by private yacht via a leisurely 90-minute journey from Mahé. Félicité is also easily accessible by speedboat from the principle tourist destinations of Praslin and La Digue. 

Island Hopping around Félicité

Félicité is a satellite of La Digue, the fourth largest island in the Seychelles. Tradition is embedded within its friendly inhabitants where daily commutes are still conducted by ox-carts or bicycles.
La Digue boasts the breathtaking Anse Source D’Argent which is one of the world’s most photographed beaches. 

Praslin, a short speedboat trip away, is the second-largest island in the archipelago where you can tee-off on a world-class championship golf course or explore the UNESCO World Heritage Site, the Vallée de Mai, home to the world’s largest double-lobed seed, the Coco de Mer.
With luxury resorts, shops, and surrounding islets to explore, Praslin acts as a base for many travellers.

The smallest neighbour is tiny Ile Cocos. Just off the coastline of Félicité, and alongside the sister islands of Grande Soeur and Petite Soeur, it forms part of the Ile Cocos National Marine Park, attracting snorkelling trips drawn by the coral reefs and the promise of sea turtles.


Located in the western Indian Ocean, the 116 islands of the Seychelles are tropical idyll. Visitors from around the globe are drawn to the archipelago’s crystalline seas, coral cays, pristine reef islands and sublime beaches. There are jungles to explore, calm bays to snorkel and mountainous islands to trek, while sailing, diving, fishing and bird-watching are all popular pastimes.

Seychelles was settled in the late 18th century, and a mix of Creole, Asian, European and African cultures flavour its food, music and laidback way of life. Mahé, the main island, hosts the international and domestic airports, world-class marina facilities, the capital, Victoria and award-winning beaches. Seychelles enjoys year-round sunshine and temperatures between 24 and 34 degrees Celsius.