A stay in the Seychelles can meet all the criteria for a dream holiday, in which relaxation and the need for exploration and adventure can be harmoniously combined. Moreover, it is a destination where you can travel all year round. This Indian Ocean archipelago, consisting of 115 islands, could make you think of the image of paradise on earth. White and fine beaches, the clearest shades of blue of the water  and huge rocks and boulders that protect their extremities make for a very photogenic destination. Lushy tropical vegetation descends from the hills reaching the  edge of the sand, and resorts and hotels are built in a sustainable way, conserving the environment and promising the experience of  authentic luxury. A variety of marine parks, coral reefs and nature reserves hide an incredible flora and fauna, with over a thousand endemic species, which can only be admired here. The islands of the archipelago have various typology, depending on their geographical location. Among the 115 islands that make up the archipelago, 41 are granite islands, of which Mahe, Praslin and La Digue are the largest. The granite islands form, along with two other coral islands, Bird and Denis, the group known as the Inner Islands. You cand find resorts on some of them including, Mahe, Praslin and La Digue, but also in Ste Anne, Cerf, Round, North Island and Silhouette (near Mahe), as well as Chauve Souris, Cousine, Fregate, Round Island (near Praslin) and on the coral islands of Bird and Denis. The Outer Islands are 74 coral islands located between 230 and 1150 kilometers from Mahe, the main island in the archipelago. They are grouped in Aldabra, Alphonse, Amirantes, Farquhar and Southern Coral Group. Two of the islands offer accommodation,  Alphonse and Desroches, the latter belonging to the Amirantes group.