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Mahe island, the largest granitic land mass of the Seychelles archipelago, covers an area of 152 square kilometers. While the most developed, the Northern coast still has towering granite Peaks lavish vegetation, enchanting villages and splendid beaches which makes, making Mahé renowned for the greatest contrast in scenery in the archipelago. Driving along the coastline and through the mountains, the granite boulders & greenery in contrast with the blue sea, presents striking sceneries. Discover the landmarks of Victoria, the heart of Mahé. The bustling and colorful market and kiosks present an opportunity to shop or just browse through the arrays of local spices, arts, handicraft and savories. The Catholic Cathedral’s first phase started with the construction of the vault in 1851 and is the resting ground for the first Seychellois bishop, who passed away in 2001. Seychelles’s own miniature “Big Ben” marks the centre of the capital and is a remembrance of the times when the islands were under the British reign.