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Balaclava is just 60km from the island's international airport and 15km from Grand Baie, and area known for its exotic nightlife and bustling atmosphere, as well as the busiest port in the Indian Ocean, Port-Louis. Balaclava hosts great beaches and superb scenery looking out onto the crystal clear waters of the Indian Ocean.

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belle mare and the east

Located on the east coast of Mauritius, Belle Mare is one of the longest and nicest beaches on the island. The sand is pristine and white, the lagoon's changing depth creates a myriad of different greens and blues and the mountains scenery is spectacular. It is easy to see why Belle Mare is home to some of the most prestigious hotels on the island.

The east coast has a lot to offer, the lagoons are great for snorkelling and the shipwrecks off the coast attract scuba divers from around the world. The most popular excursion on the east coast is to Ile aux Cerfs, a tiny island located just off the mainland. This island has a beautiful beach and is perfect for watersports. Centre de Flacq is the largest town on the east coast and has all the amenities one could wish for including a large market. Trou d’eau Douce is a charming fishing village and the starting point for numerous sea excursions. The Waterpark Leisure Village offers a fun family day out with giant chutes, and slides. The east coast also has three 18-hole international golf courses, making the area a true paradise for golfers.

bel ombre and the south

Bel Ombre lies on the south coast of Mauritius in an area renowned for its unspoilt natural beauty and stunning scenery. Bel Morne is set in a landscape of impressive mountains and lush vegetation where the clear waters of the Indian Ocean wash the long soft sand beaches. The historic south of Mauritius is an ideal location for those who want more than a “classic” beach holiday. The Black River Gorges National Park is a real highlight and there are many excursions and sports on offer including hiking, mountain-biking, quad biking and golf. Hiring a car in this area is recommended for visiting the historic attractions of Mahebourg, Vieux Grand Port and the quaint village of Souillac. Other interesting attractions include Le Soufleur, the cliff top viewpoint Gris Gris, Rochester Falls and the Vanilla Crocodile Park. This scenic Indian Ocean paradise offers a wonderful holiday experience.

flic en flac

Over the past few years Flic en Flac has transformed from a sleepy west coast fishing village to one of the most popular resorts in Mauritius. Flic en Flac has a beautiful mile long beach lined with casurina trees. The beach faces west making it the perfect spot to experience a fantastic sunset. The calm lagoon is ideal for swimming, snorkelling and watersports. There is a choice of evening entertainment in Flic en Flac with restaurants, bars, nightclubs and a casino.

The west coast of Mauritius features interesting sites including Casela Bird Park, Tamarin Falls, the crater of Trou aux Cerfs and the fantastic Le Morne Brabant Mountain. Popular activities include hiking in the Gorges de la Riviere Noire National Park, deep sea fishing and scuba diving. Just north of Flic en Flac is the capital Port Louis where there are markets with a vibrant African atmosphere. To the south is Tamarin Bay, the surfing capital of Mauritius and also a popular spot for kite-surfing, golf, and dolphin watching. Flic en Flac is a holiday paradise for those who want to enjoy the sea and soak up the sun.

grand baie and the north

Grand Baie is without a doubt the most popular resort in Mauritius. Not so long ago it was a peaceful coastal village, it has now become the holiday capital of Mauritius. The town is located on the north coast of the island and has everything from designer boutiques and craft shops to gourmet restaurants and nightclubs. Grand Baie is the main centre for water sports including, sailing, waterskiing, windsurfing and kite-surfing. It is also the starting point for many island excursions, boat trips and dive cruises.

The northern part of Mauritius is famous for its stunning white sand beaches and blue water lagoons. Trou Aux Biches has colourful reefs that can easily be reached from the shore making it popular with snorkelers. This pretty white sandy beach is a great place to relax in the shade of one of the many casuarinas trees. Pereybere has calm waters and plenty of beach activity. Some of the best tourist sights are located in the north including Port Louis, the capital with its bustling market, the charming fishing village of Cap Malheureux, the wildlife of La Nicoliere and the famous Pamplemousses Botanical Gardens.

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le morne

Located in the far south west of Mauritius, Le Morne Brabant or simply “Le Morne” is an absolutely breathtaking site. This impressive mountain stands alone on tip of a peninsula surrounded by a lagoon. Historically Le Morne Brabant was the place where the runaway slaves went to escape capture. Today a few world-class hotels have chosen this exclusive location as a stunning backdrop for a luxurious modern escape. The calm reef-protected white sand beach is the perfect setting for soaking up the sun or enjoying a variety of watersports.

The west coast offers many interesting attractions and excursions. It is great a base for trekking particularly on Le Morne Brabant itself and at Gorges de la Riviere Noire National Park. Other highlights include the Coloured Earths of Chamarel and Rochester Falls. Nearby Tamarin Bay is a popular spot for surfing, kite-surfing, golf, and dolphin watching. A highlight of any west coast holiday is watching a picturesque Indian Ocean sunset.

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The northeast coast of Mauritius offers glorious white sand beaches, charming villages and dramatic mountain scenery. This part of Mauritius is home to the island's largest lagoon and some of the nicest beaches. The popular resort of Belle Mare features long wide beaches, luxurious hotels, championship golf courses and the family-friendly Waterpark Leisure Village. The tiny island of Ile aux Cerfs is a paradise for beautiful beaches, year round water sports and a golf club. The northeast coast is a haven for snorkellers and scuba divers with beautiful coral reefs and shipwrecks located just off the coast. There are also a number of historic sites and villages for you to visit. Centre de Flacq is the largest town on the east coast and home to the island's largest sugar factory and the open-air market. Trou d’eau Douce is a charming fishing village and the starting point for numerous diving and deep sea fishing excursions. The northeast coast of Mauritius is the ideal choice for honeymooners, couples and families seeking a relaxing beach holiday.

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The north-west of Mauritius is the island’s holiday capital. Famous for its stunning beaches and crystal-clear lagoons, this area is home to the island’s capital Port Louis as well as the largest beach resort, Grand Bay. Grand Bay has everything from designer boutiques and craft shops to gourmet restaurants and nightclubs. It is also a haven for water sports and is the starting point for many island excursions and cruises. Other attractions in the north-west include Pointe aux Canonniers where you can take an undersea walk and the charming fishing village of Cap Malheureux on the most northern point of the island. Further inland you will find the nature reserve of La Nicoliere and the Pamplemousses Botanical Gardens. Whether you want to spend lazy days by the beach or try the many activities on offer, the north-west of Mauritius is an idyllic holiday destination.

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south east mauritius

The southeast coast of the Mauritius is varied, beautiful and wild. This area features unspoilt beaches, picturesque lagoons, rugged coastlines and historic towns. The southeast is a place where you can get back to nature and enjoy the raw beauty of Mauritius. The town of Mahebourg has a laid-back Mauritian atmosphere and is set on the island’s largest lagoon; it is a popular spot for water sports and fishing. The nearby Vieux Grand Port is the site of a former Dutch fort and the oldest settlement in Mauritius. Other attractions in the area include Rochester Falls and Gris-Gris, a viewpoint which marks the very southern tip of Mauritius. There are also several nature reserves in the area including the Vanilla Crocodile Park, Val Nature Park and Ile aux Aigrettes where you can see the rare Pink Pigeon and the Giant Aldabra Tortoise. The southeast of Mauritius is an area of stunning natural beauty - the perfect location for a relaxing holiday in paradise.


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