The Station is a land-mark building formerly known as the 'old Feba radio station'. It is located on the Sans Souci pass connecting the capital Victoria to Port Glaud on the West Coast of Mahé.
How to Reach us?
Most taxi-drivers know where we are, just ask them to take you to the natural health shop/centre at the 'old radio station' at Sans Souci and you shouldn't have a problem.From Seychelles International Airport: Turn right to head towards Victoria. You will drive along the one and only highway, with the sea to your right and glimpses of the inner islands. You will pass the Providence round-about (1), then the Eden Island round-about (2) and the Victoria South Petrol Station round-about (3). As you enter Victoria you will come to the 4th round-about.
Keep left and take the first off-ramp to the left which means it will seem like you are going back in the same direction from where you've driven. You will now be on the Mont Fleuri road. Now take the first road right up the Bel-Air Road towards Sans Souci. At the T-Junction, with the Bel-Air school to your left and Bel Air Hotel opposite you to the right, you turn left and head up the Sans Souci road. Continue on this scenic mountain pass, keeping left, until you reach The Station which should take about 10 minutes.
From Victoria by bus:
It's best if you take a bus from the main bus terminal in Victoria. Buses route no. 14 and 35 stop directly outside The Station. They leave Victoria hourly but in peak hours (7am - 9am and 3pm - 5pm) they tend to be more frequent.
To Victoria by bus:
Similarly there are buses returning to Victoria hourly and more frequently at peak times.
From The Station Seychelles to the closest beach:
The lovely safe, swimming beach of Port Launay on the West side of the island can be reached by car or bus No 14. The bus leaves from just outside The Station every 2 hours and takes you directly to the beach within 20-30 minutes.
Likewise it leaves the beach and brings you directly back to The Station Seychelles.