With its white sandy beaches and coconut palms, Mauritius is something to dream about. Throughout your stay, you will be entitled to postcard-perfect landscapes, all more sublime than the next. Mauritius is an environmentally friendly country and has developed luxury tourism with upscale resorts and luxury villas all over the island. However the island has retained traces of settlements, and you can observe much of its historical and cultural heritage.
Sublime beaches with a wide range of activities
Mauritius is famous for its heavenly beaches
surrounded by coconut palms. In a tropical atmosphere, you can rest and swim in lagoons of a beautiful turquoise. If you want to organise activities on the island, the beaches of Mauritius
offer a plethora of possibilities. In particular, many spots are preferred by surfers like Tamarin Bay. The seabed of Mauritius is also worth exploring. The beaches of Trou aux Biches, Flic en Flac and Belle Mare are, among others, exceptional areas to explore the aquatic life.
Exceptional natural landscapes
If you prefer land to the sea, Mauritius will never stop surprising you. Sights such as the seven-coloured earth of Chamarel, the botanical garden at Pamplemousses and the famous salt flats of Tamarin; Mauritius is full of magical places to explore with family
or friends. Far from being limited to its beaches, Mauritius will amaze you with its sublime natural spaces off the beaten track