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Highlights in Mauritius
- White beaches
- Spectacular surf breaks
- Turquoise lagoons: Colourful coral reefs
- Exquisite cuisine
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Holiday rentals and lettings in Mauritius
In Mauritius, you'll find a large selection of fantastic holiday rentals to suit every need. Choose from a wide array of luxurious villas with a garden and private swimming pool. Flic en Flac is a popular seaside resort featuring a vibrant nightlife and a selection of outstanding restaurants. Tamarin Bay with its surf spots and golf resort is just a stone's throw away. Head to Cap Malheureux in the North for an especially relaxed stay or book one of the many holiday lettings in Grand Baie.Holiday rentals for every taste and budget
Whether you are looking for a cosy studio flat or a six-bedroom property with a large swimming pool, you can be sure to find a perfect holiday rental in Mauritius. Enjoy your stay right next to one of the island's bustling beaches or choose a sprawling bungalow in a secluded village. 3
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The area and getting around
The Black River district is situated on the island's west coast and includes the fabled Tamarin Bay as well as Flic en Flac beach and part of the Black River Gorges National Park. Hire a car to visit Mauritius' most famous sights such as the pastel-coloured sand dunes at Chamarel or the breathtaking Le Morne Brabant peninsula. Indulge in a fantastic diner at one of the many culinary hotspots surrounding Flic en Flac beach. Pamplemousses District
Pamplemousses is the French word for grapefruits. The district in the north-west of the island owes its name to its abundance of grapefruit trees. Beside being a popular holiday destination, Pamplemousses is renowned for its botanical gardens and its vast array of restaurants serving traditional Mauritian delicacies. Take a leisurely stroll to "L'Aventure du Sucre", a museum based in a former sugar factory, or drive to Roches Noires with its secluded coves and mysterious underground caves.
Travellers and activities
With its picturesque beaches and spectacular coral reefs, Mauritius is a beloved honeymoon destination. Amble across the powdery sand, take a break under a swishy palm tree and enjoy the varied cuisine the island has to offer. With a whole host of luxury holiday lettings to choose from, you will definitely find a place to call home for the duration of your stay. Mauritius for surfers
The waves of the Indian Ocean are perfect for avid surfers. Mauritius' most famous surf spot is located in Tamarin Bay on the west coast of the island. The waves range from small and playful to rolling barrels, providing ideal conditions for beginners and professionals alike. Another famed surf spot is the Morne Brabant peninsula at the extreme southwestern tip of Mauritius. It is known for its strong swells and crystal clear waters.
Mauritius is famous for its underwater waterfall which can only be viewed from above. Upon closer inspection, the waterfall turns out to be an optical illusion created by the runoff of sand and silt!
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Mauritius is a popular destination for divers. The water around Grand Baie and Coin de Mire island to the north are replete with shipwrecks. Both the Stella Maru and the Silver Star wrecks were sunk deliberately to create an artificial reef. Other favourite dive sites include the Grand Baie Aquarium, Confetti Bay and The Wall off Coin de Mire island. 2. Enjoy a beach holiday
Whether you prefer a bustling beach with several cafes and restaurants or a tranquil cove with white sands and turquoise waters, you can be sure to find the perfect spot for a relaxing beach holiday in Mauritius. Head to Flic en Flac beach for an enjoyable afternoon spent sunbathing and a wonderful night out. The private Île aux Cerfs is home to pristine beaches and world-class dining establishments. 3. Explore Port Louis
The Mauritian capital is a fascinating blend of various cultures. Take a stroll through the Jardin de la Compagnie, visit the Caudan Waterfront and explore the vibrant Chinatown district with its large pagoda.4. Visit a Hindu temple
The island's oldest Hindu temple is situated in Triolet. The temple's architecture reflects the Bengal influences of its artisans. 5. Visit a tea factory
The Bois Cheri tea factory is located on the Mauritian Tea Route. Take a walk around the plantation before sampling some of the exquisite tea produced here.
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