Beaches in Mauritius

Mauritius Beaches

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Belle Mare Nature, Water

Famous for: White Sandy Beaches, Beaches, Sailing, Scuba Diving, Flacq Market, Water Park

Belle Mare is a city situated in Mauritius, a small isle that is home to ethnically diverse people. Belle Mare is one of the best beaches in Mauritius, with 10km-long seashore includes some of t...

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Cap Malheureux Nature, Water

Famous for: Beaches, Basaltic Rocks, Notre Dame Auxiliatrice Church, Boating, Swimming, Snorkelling

The northern rim of Mauritius has spectacular views out to the islands off the shore beyond, most apparently of the striking slopes of Coin de Mire. Even though it feels like relativel...

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Central Mauritius Land, Entertainment, Heritage, Nature, Water

Famous for: Volcanic Mountains, Museum, Canoening, Waterfalls, Forests, Wildlife, Rivers

The island’s steep centre is often unseen by visitors in quest of a quick fix of sun and sand, which is infamy as the exquisite mountains, the Black River Gorges National Park an...

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Curepipe Nature, Water

Famous for: Shopping Centre, Botanical Gardens, Carnegie Library, Royal College, New George V stadium

Effectively Mauritius’ second metropolis, Curepipe is a busyupland commercial centre well-known for its rainy weather and clothes shopping. It’s strange name apparently stems fr...

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East Mauritius Nature, Water

Famous for: Luxury Five Star Hotels, Beaches, Flacq Market, Waterpark Leisure Village

Lacking a Flic en Flac or a Grand Baie around which boundless numbers of postcard stands, takeaways and souvenir shops can grow up, the east coast of Mauritius feels enviably...

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Grand Baie Nature, Water

Famous for: Resorts, Good Beaches, Beach, Seaside Village, Fishing, Boating, Craft Shopping, Windsurfing, Water Skiing, Surya Oudaya Temple

Grand Baie was once named De BogtZonderEyndt which means “Bay without End” by the Dutch in the 17th century. Now habitually referred to as a resort and famed for its nightlife, Grand...

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Grand Gaube Nature, Water

Famous for: Diving Center, Wind Surf, Pointe Bernache Beach,Swimming Pool

Grand Gaube is where the development of northern Mauritius presently ends, even though it has itself become the newest flash point for hotel building in modern years. Despite this, it ...

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La Gaulette Land, Nature, Water

Famous for: Mountains, Seashore,Water Sports, Kitesurf, Windsurf, Diving, Fishing

South of Grande Rivière Noire, the mountains draw ever closer to the seashore. There are pine woods and mangroves alongside the coast, but little in the way of habitation, beyond som...

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Mahebourg Land, Heritage, Nature, Water

Famous for: Mountains, Museums, Beach Activities, Blue Bay Marine Park, Coral Diving Centre, Souvenir Shops

There’s something persistentlyattractive about Mahébourg, with its lethargic feel, a mix of old and new and few idiosyncratic sights. Founded in 1805, Mahébourg was named aft...

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North Mauritius Nature, Water

Famous for: Outstanding Restaurants, Magnificient Beaches, National Botanical Garden, Sugar Estate, Museum, Caudan Shopping Complex, Port Louis Craft Market

Northern Mauritius offers a huge amount to visitors; while its stunning beaches have certainly lead to heavy development it’s never hard to get away from it all and discover area...

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Pamplemousses Heritage, Nature, Water

Famous for: Botanical Gardens, Museum, Beaches, Amazonica Water Lilies

Most visitors to northern Mauritius take the time to visit Pamplemousses for its well-known botanical gardens, which are worth a diversion if you fancy an afternoon away from the seash...

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South Mauritius Land, Nature, Water

Famous for: Beaches, Mountain, Scenery, Wild Nature, Parks, Sight Viewing

A emphasize of any visit to Mauritius will be taking in the moderately embryonic south of the atoll, which includes some of the country’s most magnificent panorama and wildest la...