Villas in Mauritius
Are you planning a holiday in Mauritius but you don’t know where to stay yet? Let us help you! Grand Bay is the touristy hub with gorgeous beaches and a vibrant nightlife in the northern part of the island. Not far from Grand Bay, there is Pereybere, very popular for its white sandy beach, lovely restaurants and incredible sunset views. For an intimate and peaceful getaway Mon Choisy is ideal with its long beach lapped by emerald waters and luxury villas with excellent services. Belle Mare is a little paradise on the east coast of Mauritius, ideal for snorkelling and stunning beaches. The west side of the island is where you can find gorgeous villas in Flic en Flac, listed as a UNESCO World Heritage Site. The shallow waters and beaches are ideal for families with children. In the south, Blue Bay is a unique spot on the island with the best preserved marine ecosystem. This area is ideal for water sports and stays in top notch villas.Mauritius, the Beach Island
Book a villa in Mauritius and follow the rhythm of the island, taking in the stunning views from your panoramic windows and enjoying your stay in Mauritius, also known as the Beach Island. Unwind in an affordable pool villa or stay in a luxury beachfront villa with a chef! Enjoy your days in your private garden, soak up the sun rays, have a nice meal and gather around the open lounge in the evenings as the gentle breeze comes in and out. The beach is always a few steps from your door. Unforgettable holidays with family, friends or your other half, Mauritius is a luxury stay to enjoy the relaxed way of life of the island. Get your bags and book your villa now!
Travellers and activities
Sunbathe and relax with the impressive backdrop of palm trees lining the coast, white sand beaches and crystal clear waters. The beaches of the island are the main reason why Mauritius is a popular holiday destination. The picture-perfect scenery of white sandy beaches and stunning mountains as a backdrop on both east and west sides. The north side of the island has some hidden coves and more sheltered beaches. All Mauritius beaches are public and on Saturdays and Sundays you can see many locals on a family beach barbecue. Flic en Flac, Le Morne or Tamarin Bay are some of the most incredible beaches on the west side. Trou-aux-Biches and Mont Choisy are great choices if you head north, where you can also find private islands and hidden coves. On the east side, Palmar or Belle Mare are ideal with its pristine waters. If you want some quieter beaches further away from the crowds, enjoy the south beaches with sea sculpted cliffs and a quieter atmosphere.Mauritius for honeymooners
With its pristine beaches and stunning landscapes, Mauritius is one of the most desired destinations for newly-weds. Enjoy the comfort of a king size bed in a beautiful villa on the sea with a glass bottom so you can see the fish swimming around. Enjoy a nice spa time and pamper yourself at the jacuzzi of your private terrace. All-inclusive holidays for an amazing honeymoon in a paradise surrounded by exotic swaying palm trees, white sandy beaches and excellent cuisine to make your stay a honeymoon you will remember for years to come.
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Top 7 travel tips in Mauritius
The majestic landscape of Le Morne Brabant is a UNESCO World Heritage Site you must see while you are in Mauritius. The beauty of this gorgeous mountain is remarkable and the views are just jaw-dropping. Hiking lovers can also book a tour with a guide and get to the top of it.2. Take a look at Ganga Talao (Grand Bassin)
The “Sacred Lake” is one of the most sacred places on the island. Not far from the famous statues of Shiva and Durga Maa, locals go there for their prayers and blessings and they take part in Maha Shivaratri. There are many statues around the lake and beautiful arches with colourful flowers.3. Learn more about sugar cane
L’Aventure du Sucre is where you can learn about Mauritius sugarcane industry in the past and the present. Over the centuries, the production of sugar has been part of the history of the island. Are you curious about how sugarcane is produced from start to finish? You can even cut the sugarcane yourself! At the end you can have a sugar tasting with rum cocktails and desserts. Sounds yummy?4. Port Louis, a walk back in time
Port Louis is the island's capital. Here you can learn about its history and culture and visit the UNESCO-listed Aapravasi Ghat. Go to the busy Central Market and see how locals head here to buy fresh produce and in the meantime, sample some Mauritian street food.5. Explore the North Isles
Sail away and enjoy a day out in the turquoise blue sea on a catamaran trip around the islands and islets on the northern side of Mauritius. During your trip, relax onboard, enjoy a delicious barbecue lunch and swim in the crystal clear waters using your goggles and fins to admire the beautiful seabed and the fish around you.6. Discover the wild south
The southern part of the island is a mind-blowing natural landscape with stunning coastlines fringed with coconut palm trees, long stretches of white fine sand and the incredible shades of blue of its waters. Explore the Black River Gorges National Park with its forest-clad hills, amazing views and beautiful waterfalls. Do not miss the Seven Coloured Earth! This geological formation in the Chamarel plain is a small area of sand dunes of seven different colours. Visit also the Rhumerie de Chamarel where the rum of the island is made. Mauritius has so much to offer you!7. Visit Heritage Nature Reserve
Heritage Nature Reserve is a heaven for nature lovers. This area covers a 2,500 hectares boasting amazing waterfalls, stunning views, lush green vegetation and a varied flora and fauna. Pack your picnic and find a shady spot to enjoy it. You can also enjoy a ride on a quad around the Reserve!