Azura at Quilalea

Private Island Hideaway with Fantastic Snorkelling
Price Range

Set on a completely private, uninhabited island of 35 hectares, Azura Quilalea is the ultimate in private island luxury.

There are just nine barefoot-style villas on the island, which is itself set in a marine Sanctuary. There’s the fantastic house reef just 20 metres off-shore, for the amazing experience of snorkelling or diving straight off the beach.

The waters here are full of wildlife with more than 400 species of fish and the white sand beaches on certain stretches of the island used as a turtle hatching ground.

All of the spacious villas have their own deck area and come with modern luxurious comforts including air-con. The island has a restaurant and lounge area as well as a spa treatment room. Full PADI dive facilities are available as well as all the equipment necessary for sport fishing.

For those seeking a little extra, there is also the Quilalea Villa, which comes with its own private plunge pool from which to enjoy the sunset.

Facilities & Services
  • 9 Luxury villas, one with private plunge pool
  • Restaurant with Wine Cellar
  • Bar
  • Treatment Room
  • Pool
  • PADI facilities
  • Diving and Snorkelling
  • Excursions to nearby islands
  • Sport Fishing
  • Massage
  • Private Picnics
  • Kayaking
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