Those fortunate enough to visit the Seychelles, a number of islands in the Indian Ocean, almost always describe them with one word: paradise. The Seychelles are an area of lush vegetation, white sandy beaches and rocky cliffs overlooking the clear blue sea. Constance Lemuria Seychelles is a popular resort in Anse Kerlan, Praslin, Seychelles that takes full advantage of the views of this beautiful island with its unusual architectural design.
What sets Constance Lemuria Seychelles apart from many other resorts is that it is designed to be in harmony with its surroundings rather than causing disruption. Natural materials such as pink granite, marble, wood and thatched palm trees are used in the design.
The resort buildings are built with thatched roofs and expertly embedded in the natural vegetation of the island. They are located on rolling land above the sea, so visitors can sit on terraces and dine while viewing the wonders of nature.
The bars and restaurants of the resort are designed without walls to further use the island landscape. Even the resort’s lighting has been imaginatively designed so that it doesn’t disturb turtles that come to the beachfront at night to lay their eggs.
Constance Lemuria Seychelles is a natural wonder, just like the island it is on.