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Ok, but lots of rocks

Lots of rocks in the sea makes it difficult to swim here, and to me Anse Petit was much better. But... read more

Reviewed 2 weeks ago
Tore S
Tromso, Norway
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Sweaty but nice

Wear trainers, take plenty of water! We did Grande Anse to Petit Anse the day before and thought... read more

Reviewed 4 weeks ago
Rosanna L
London, United Kingdom
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Reviewed 2 weeks ago via mobile

Lots of rocks in the sea makes it difficult to swim here, and to me Anse Petit was much better. But it also has lots of trees that makes it easy to find a shadow. It is a nice beach, but not among the best.

Thank Tore S
Reviewed 4 weeks ago via mobile

Wear trainers, take plenty of water! We did Grande Anse to Petit Anse the day before and thought this would be the same, but it's a much longer hike best not attempted in the midday sun (like us fools). The beach is wilder, there's more...More

Thank Rosanna L
Reviewed 17 October 2017

It took us about 45 minutes to walk from Grand Anse where we parked our bikes. The walk is pretty straightforward but take lots of water as it is very hot.Lovely beach but with danger currents. At the the north end there is safe access...More

1  Thank Eros
Reviewed 24 September 2017

The path from Petite Anse to Anse Coco Beach isn't easy to find at first. It starts at the end of the beach where you first arrive, not the far end where you might think. It's a bit longer of a walk than between the...More

1  Thank DickBurton
Reviewed 18 September 2017

You need to walk and climb into the jungle around 45mins to get anse coco beach, but its worth it. Bu if you wont go for the natural pool, you dont need to get there because its similar ro grand and petit anse.

Thank Mk D
Reviewed 10 September 2017 via mobile

Place for snokling, view from the boat incredible. I enjoyed and had wonderfull time. Sometimes i don't believe it is real.

1  Thank Sylvie D
Reviewed 21 August 2017

We trekked to the beach after visiting Grande and Petite Anse. Strong waves and some natural shade. Breathtakingly beautiful beach! We did not go all the way to the far left of the beach, apparently there is a nice place to snorkel there.

1  Thank 113alin
Reviewed 16 August 2017

After an easy hike you get to Anse coco which is meant to be one of the most beautiful beaches on la dig which it is. Worth the hike

Thank letsgoflyakite
Reviewed 13 August 2017

It's not an empty beach anymore, many people there. 10min walk up and down from Grand Anse beach? Not possible to swim in summer.

Thank Ambrosiaa
Reviewed 30 July 2017

In order to get to get to anse cocos, you have to walk past to other beautiful beaches. Most of your (lazy) fellow travelers will have settled for grand anse or anse petit, which means you'll have the entire beach (almost) to yourself!

1  Thank cmedby
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