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Watch our video and discover more about Constance Le Prince Maurice, Lemuria and Halaveli.

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12 reasons to spend Christmas at Constance in the Seychelles this year

Get a taste of Christmas with these 12 highlights of the festivities at Constance Ephélia and Constance Lémuria this December.

Enjoy a Christmas at Constance - Cocktail lessons at the Zee Bar

Enjoy a Christmas at Constance – Cocktail lessons at the Zee Bar

  • Kick off the perfect family Christmas with the Grand Christmas family Night at Corossol at Ephélia on Christmas Eve.
  • Get in the festive spirit and join us for Christmas Carols on the Pool Deck at Lémuria.
  • Enjoy a sumptuous Christmas Gourmet Menu by Chef Kamlesh at Ephélia’s elegantly refined Cyann restaurant.
  • Learn to mix the perfect cocktail at Ephélia’s Christmas Eve cocktail mixing class at Zee Bar.
  • Savour a Christmas dinner with a difference at Lémuria’s Seahorse restaurant with its opulent Christmas Day turkey and truffles menu.
  • Let the kids stay up late on Christmas night to enjoy the North Pole pyjama party at Lémuria’s Kids Club.
  • Wake up on Boxing Day to a sweet champagne breakfast at Ephélia’s Corossol.
  • Watch the kids have the time of their lives as they put on a Constance Circus to entertain the parents at Kids Club, Lémuria.
  • Get yourself ready for the New Year’s Eve celebrations at Lémuria with a special ‘Glamour Sparkling Ritual’ at the Shiseido Spa. The treatment includes a premium facial, manicure and pedicure.
  • Enjoy the New Year’s Eve party at Lémuria with a special ‘Glamour Night’ themed dinner at the Legend restaurant followed by tunes by DJ Nicolas to welcome in 2014.
  • Start the New Year off with a flourish of luxury at Ephélia by enjoying the special New Year’s Eve white truffle discovery menu created exclusively for dinners at Cyann by Chef Cristhian Busca.
  • Enjoy a champagne fountain as you countdown to midnight at Ephélia’s lively Zee Bar.

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Constance Luxury Golf Offer

Book the Constance Luxury Golf Offer in Mauritius or the Seychelles, and you can look forward to unlimited complimentary green fees, golf car, three specialised golf massages and daily complimentary lunch per person at selected restaurants.

Try Lémuria's legendary 15th hole with our luxury golf offer

Try Lémuria’s legendary 15th hole with our luxury golf offer

Mauritius

Book the Constance Luxury Golf Offer in Mauritius at Constance Belle Mare Plage or Constance Le Prince Maurice and you’ll be following in the footsteps of golf legends including Colin Montgomerie. You can play on the Legend course, home to the MCB Tour Championship or head to the 18-hole Links course.

Seychelles

And if it’s the Seychelles that’s on your bucket list, at 5* Constance Lémuria in Praslin, you can indulge your love of golf at the only 18-hole golf course in the archipelago.

What’s included in the offer:

  • 2-way transfer from local airport to hotel
  • Welcome cocktail
  • Unlimited green fees
  • Golf car
  • Daily lunch at selected restaurants
  • 10% discount on spa products
  • 3 specialised golf massages:

Pre-Game Back & Shoulder Massage – focus massage to prepare the back and shoulders for golf with flexibility and ease

Performance Sport Massage – vigorous massage to keep muscles fresh and flexible

Recovery Relax Massage – muscle soothing and recovery massage after many days play

Don’t forget to contact the hotel at least 7 days prior to arrival to make sure you get the tee times you want. Spa treatments should be booked upon arrival.

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Offer available all year round. Terms and conditions apply. Visit our website to book now.

Alternatively telephone our Central Reservation Office on (230) 402 2777 / 402 2772.

 

iafrica.com discovers paradise in the Seychelles with Constance

Travel writer Richard Holmes claims to have discovered Paradise at Constance Lémuria and Constance Ephélia in his review for South African portal iafrica.com.

Holmes describes paradise as the combination of perfect beach locations with a range of exciting activities.

A keen golfer, Holmes was inspired and challenged by the stunning 18-hole course at Lémuria but says there are also plenty of other things to do.

‘Aside from the golf and the seafront restaurants – expect plenty of fresh seafood and a stellar winelist – and the gourmet beach picnics and the body treatments in the Spa de Constance, the ocean is a major draw card here.’

Golfers paradise in the Seychelles

Golfers paradise in the Seychelles

Holmes describes Lémuria as an idyllic destination for honeymooners and ‘island escape artists’ while he feels the gentle beaches and exciting activities of Ephélia make it a more family-friendly resort.

He raves about the beauty of Ephélia’s Hillside Villas and its ‘outstanding dining options’ but the draw for him are the activities including kayaking through mangroves and zip-lining through the jungle.

Holmes sums up his time with Constance saying, ‘Whether your paradise is on a white beach of fine powdery sand, a tee box gazing off into a manicured golf course, or sitting down to gourmet meal after gourmet meal, you’ll certainly find your own personal paradise in the Seychelles.’

Presidential Villa at Constance Ephélia, Seychelles

Presidential Villa at Constance Ephélia, Seychelles

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13 things to do in the Seychelles

Dream about the Seychelles and you imagine picture perfect beaches. Head to the archipelago in the Indian Ocean and you’ll discover plenty of those, along with a host of other delights.

Anse Lazio

Take a stroll along the beautiful Anse Lazio

Here are our 13 ideas for things to do in the Seychelles.

1. Take a hike

Whichever island you are staying on you will find the verdant interior criss-crossed with trails for walkers where you can trek through stunning Jurassic forests and spot tropical birds and wildlife. One of the most spectacular is through the Morne Seychellois National Park on Mahé. A 45 minute walk will take you to the summit of Morne Blanc with stunning views across the island and the Indian Ocean.

2. Visit a local market

Immerse yourself in Seychellois life at one of its vibrant, bustling markets. Visit the famous daily food market in Victoria and see colourful fish of all shapes and sizes, a fragrant array of local herbs and spices, and luscious fresh fruit and vegetables. Experience the laid back local vibe at the beach market at Beau Vallon every Wednesday. Part market, part social gathering you’ll find live bands and dancing along side street food and local craft stalls.

3. Ride a horse down one of the world’s most photographed beaches

Visit the traditional plantation house L’Union Estate on La Digue which doubles as a riding centre and you get the unique opportunity of riding down the stunning beach of Source d’Argent. Ride on powder white sand and splash in perfect clear waters as you pass the stunning granite boulders that are such a feature of this beach.

4. Eat traditional Creole food in a national monument

The restaurant Marie-Antoinette is not only one of the best places to savour traditional Creole food on Mahé, it is also located in a colonial mansion declared a national monument in 2011. The colonial architecture, dating back to the 1800s remains unchanged, but while the building may be colonial the vibe in the restaurant is entirely Creole.

Bird watching in the Seychelles

Bird watching in the Seychelles

5. Birdwatching on Aride Island

One of the finest tropical island nature reserves in the world, a trip to Aride is like stepping back in time to the Seychelles before human habitation. A mecca for bird watchers, Aride is the breeding place for 18 different species of native birds, including five that are only found in the Seychelles.

6. Visit UNESCO World Heritage Site Vallée de Mai 

This stunning palm forest at the heart of Praslin Island survives in its original state from prehistoric times, virtually untouched by human influence. Its most famous palm is the endemic coco-de-mer with its distinctive shaped seeds. Visitors will find easily accessible trails through the forest with guides on hand to help and advise. More on Vallée de Mai.

7. Play golf on the only 18-hole golf course in the Seychelles

Play golf on the stunning 18-hole golf course at Constance Lémuria with views over three of Praslin’s most beautiful beaches. The terraced landscape of greens spanning the breathtaking scenery of Praslin’s hills and forests make this one of the world’s most beautiful golf courses. Celebrate your round with a glass of chilled champagne and views across the island to the beach below.

8. Explore the wildlife of Cousin Island Nature Reserve

Just 2km off the shores of Praslin lies this idyllic island nature reserve. With a rich variety of endemic wildlife and seabirds it is also considered the most important breeding site for the endangered Hawksbill turtle in the Western Indian Ocean. As well as the island itself the reef around it is also protected and boast rich marine life including nurse sharks, lion fish and redbanded grouper. More on Cousin Island Nature Reserve.

Golf at Constance Hotels and Resorts

Golf in the Seychelles

9. Visit one of the most beautiful beaches in the world

Regularly featured in lists of the world’s top beaches Anse Lazio on Praslin is a stretch of perfect sugar-white sand shaded by takamaka trees and enclosed at each end by striking granite boulders. Great for swimming and snorkelling.

10. Connect with Creole culture at the Domaine de Val de Près

This pretty recreation of a Creole village on Mahé is set in the grounds of the Gran Kaz Plantation House and provides a fascinating insight into Creole history and culture. Its 12 craft workshops sell traditional arts and crafts while the quirky ‘Maison de Coco’ is a house built entirely of coconut products. More on Domain de Val de Près.

11. Snorkel around Ile Cocos Marine National Park

This collection of 3 small islets off the coast of Praslin may look like classic ‘desert islands’ but in the waters off their shores is some of the best snorkelling in the Seychelles archipelago. A shallow reef, protected from fishing and tourism, has provided a haven for the rare marine life that thrives in these waters. More on Ile Cocos Marine National Park.

12. Breathe in the fragrant air of Le Jardin du Roi Spice Garden

Perched above the beautiful beach of Anse Royale on Mahé is this renovated plantation growing spices such as vanilla, citronella, cinnamon and nutmeg. Visitors can buy fresh produce at the plantation shop or eat at the stunning outdoor restaurant with views over the plantation and the beach below. Find out more about Le Jardin du Roi Spice Garden.

13. Meet the giant tortoises of Curieuse Island

Meet and feed the giant tortoises who wander free on this island nature reserve (it is estimated there are more than 500), walk through the stunning mangrove forest and keep your eyes open for the hawksbill and green turtles which come here to breed. Visitors to the island are usually greeted off-shore by the hundreds of giant hump-head parrotfish which live in its waters and can grow up to 1.2 meters long. More about Curieuse Island.

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Discover the secret of De Toren’s 5* South African wines with Constance

Take a journey of taste and discovery through some of South Africa’s finest wines with elite winemaker Charles Williams of De Toren when he visits Constance in the Seychelles from 3-10 November.

De Toren Wines

De Toren at Constance Hotels & Resorts

Having won a gold medal from IWSC for its maiden wine in 1999, a Cabernet Sauvignon driven five varietal Bordeaux-style blend, De Toren’s reputation has continued to soar with latter vintages winning numerous accolades, including the elusive ‘5 Stars’ from John Platter.

What lies behind the success of De Toren

Williams explains the success of the privately-owned boutique winery:

‘Fine wines are my passion! For me a fine wine is created and moulded in the vineyard first, then perfected in the cellar. I believe that every terroir has a given potential to produce quality, and to unlock quality one must be a student of nature, learning and observing every moment!’

At the De Toren wine cellar this means an organic approach to viticulture to get the most from the soil and a series of micro-harvests, based on near infra-red aerial imaging to ensure that each small cluster of grapes is picked at its optimum ripeness.

De Toren at Constance Ephélia and Lémuria

Guests at Constance Ephélia and Constance Lémuria will have the opportunity to sample some of De Toren’s finest vintages as well as meet and talk with Charles Williams at special wine events from 3-10 November.

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Visit their website to find out more about De Toren wines.