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Christmas on the beach? It’s a yes from us!

Dreaming of a white Christmas? Well, we’ve got four beautiful destinations for you – Mauritius, the Seychelles, the Maldives and Madagascar!

Why not swap snow for white sand and escape to a sunny Indian Ocean island for the holidays? Christmas on the beach is guaranteed to be a magical experience you’ll never forget.

Take Christmas poolside!

Christmas is all about family, food, and fun, right? So what would happen if you shook things up and took the fun abroad? Choosing to spend the festive period in the Indian Ocean could be the best choice of holiday you’ve ever made…

  1. In search of winter sun

A long, dark, cold winter can seem a bleak prospect… Maybe a sunny holiday will help see you through? After all, it’s scientifically proven that sunshine makes us happier!

Flamingo inflatable at Constance Lemuria SeychellesCatch some rays like @lilyrose at Constance Lemuria Seychelles

Soak up some Indian Ocean sun, top up those all-important vitamin D levels and boost your mood. Don’t underestimate the power of a Christmas on the beach!

  1. Mix up traditions

How about fresh fish for Christmas dinner instead of turkey, flip flops instead of slippers and a stroll along the beach instead of a walk in the snow? It may all be quite different to what you’re used to, but that’s the fun of it!

Christmas on the beach means bikini weather! Enjoy a far more relaxed Christmas dress code like @sinassia at Constance Lemuria Seychelles

And if you’re travelling with children, they’ll love the opportunity to play on the beach – it’ll feel all the more special if you’ve flown from the depths of winter to a tropical paradise. There’s nothing more memorable than Christmas on the beach with the kids!

On the beach with the family at Constance Ephelia Seychelles Sharing special family moments at Constance Ephelia Seychelles

  1. It will still feel like Christmas!

You don’t have to leave all traditions behind – whether you’re travelling as a couple, with friends or with the whole family, if sharing time together is what’s important to you over the festive period, spending it on the beach is no different, really. Well, except for the views…

Blue skies and seas at Constance Lemuria SeychellesYou don’t often get views like this at Christmas! Captured at Constance Lemuria Seychelles

The sun may be shining, but you’ll still enjoy glittering decorations and your favourite festive activities. And your little ones needn’t worry – Santa visits the Indian Ocean too!

There are still 25 sleeps left until Christmas 2017 – book your festive getaway at a Constance Hotel now and enjoy Christmas on the beach at one of our tropical destinations: Mauritius, the Maldives, the Seychelles or Madagascar. A Christmas at Constance is like no other!

  1. Family friendly

There’s something for everyone to enjoy! From spa treatments to water sports for the whole family, everyone will experience an unforgettable holiday.

Kids club at Constance Prince Maurice Mauritius Kids Club at Constance Prince Maurice Mauritius

Kids clubs at Constance Hotels offer a wide range of activities over the festive season like Christmas tree decorating, treasure hunts and even caroling. A great time is guaranteed to be had by all!

  1. Kick back and relax

Fancy taking a year off from Christmas stress? It may be a wonderful time of year, but it comes with its fair share of challenges!

Once you arrive to spend your winter break at Constance Hotels & Resorts, you won’t need to worry about a single thing.

Can you see yourself relaxing on one of these beautiful islands?

  1. Stay to welcome the New Year

Why not extend your stay to enjoy the start of the New Year on the beach, too? You’ll enjoy special buffets, champagne and, of course, firework displays!

Champagne on the beachHow about seeing in the New Year with champagne on the beach?

If you haven’t experienced Christmas on the beach yet, what are you waiting for?

Have you ever spent your Christmas holiday on the beach? Where would you like to go?

 

 

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