Beaches in Senegal
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Beaches

With its 350 miles of beautiful sandy beaches fringed with palm trees and gently lapping shores, it is easy to see why Senegal is home to some of the most photographed beaches in the world.

The tropical sunshine and uncrowded coastline make Senegal an ideal holiday destination.

Most of our hotels offer private beaches for guests, but for those who would like to explore outside of the hotel we have provided an overview of the main resort beaches in Senegal.

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Resort Beaches

Dakar

Dakar’s main beaches include the Plage Bel-Air and the N’Gor and Yoff. Other good beaches within reach are Toubab Dialao and Yenn, which are well known for their spectacular red cliffs. Many of the beaches provide opportunities for snorkeling. However, care should be taken due to the possibility of undertows. Some of the most beautiful beaches are in the Yoff area but you should choose carefully. The nicest of the small beaches near the capital are on N’Gor Island. The beaches are only a short canoe trip from the village of N’Gor (not far from Les Almadies) where various water sports are available.

The Petite Côte

South of Dakar, the Petite Côte (Little Coast), which stretches for some 150km (94 miles), is one of Senegal’s best beach areas.   The Petite Côte sees a succession of fine, sandy beaches and lagoons intersected with picturesque fishing villages.  Further to the south brings you to the beaches of Mbour, Pointe Sarène and Mbodiène which house a panorama of immaculate beaches covered in oyster and clams shells.

Saly

Approximately 8km north of Mbour is the resort of Saly where you will find fishing centres, windsurfing, jet skiing, water-skiing, snorkelling and scuba diving available from the beach.  The ocean is warm and clear and the air, cooled by gentle sea breezes rarely exceeds the upper 80's, perfect weather to play tennis or volleyball on the beach.

Casamance

Cap Skiring, has countless hotels along what are generally considered the country’s best beaches lined with coconut trees.  Located along the Casamance river, Karabane can be found, a sandbank covered in vegetation, palm trees, coconuts, baobab trees, cheesemongers and mango trees.

 
 
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