Trou aux Biches is one of the most beautiful beaches in the north of the island, located between Mont Choisy and Pointe aux Piment this beautiful beach is famous among photographers for its setting and postcard sceneries. Trou aux Biches was elected several times as one of the most beautiful beaches in the African continent and often cited as one of the finest beaches in the world. Although Trou aux Biches is very popular among the locals, the beach is calm and not crowded during the week.
Trou aux Biches with its 3 kilometers of beach lined with coconut trees, white sand beach surrounded by crystal clear turquoise water is a haven for swimming. Far from major tourist circuits, ideal for a day at the beach to perfect your tan, Trou aux Biches is the perfect place for sea lovers. You'll find a host of water sports, restaurants and merchants of ice cream near the beach if you want something refreshing during the heat waves.
Recent work undertaken at the entrance to the beach to build a restaurant had a negative effect on this paradise that was partially disfigured, but the beach is gradually returning to its charm and authenticity. The jet ski was also introduced there sparking controversy that questions the safety of swimmers, but operators of this new attraction want to be reassuring by setting safety standards to ensure the success of this activity popular with holidaymakers
On arrival on the beach you will find hundreds of sunbeds that can be irritating because they limited the movement of bathers and access to the beach, nevertheless you can hire a sunbed if you wish for an hour or two or choose to lay down directly on the white beach. Trou aux Biches remains a friendly little beach that quickly attract crowds on holidays and weekends.
The nudist is prohibited, but topless sunbathing is accepted. The best time to visit the beach of Trou aux Biches is early in the morning from 8:00 to 12:00 or in the afternoon from 15:00 to 17:00.
Activities at Trou aux Biches:
Deep sea fishing
Speed boat trip