• Flic en Flac, Mauritius

    Flic en Flac, Mauritius

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  • Gris Gris Cape, Mauritius

    Gris Gris Cape, Mauritius

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Beautiful beaches galore

Mauritius has no shortage of beaches, from quiet secluded retreats to busier resorts and everything inbetween - all you have to do is choose.

Choose your favourite Mauritius beach

Discover your ideal Mauritius beach. Mauritius' beaches offer a diverse range of experiences to match your specific desires and preferences.

  • Sandy beaches
  • Hidden coves
  • Swimming beaches vs sightseeing beachers
  • Varying shades of blue waters
  • Seasonal dolphin and whale sightings
  • Snorkelling or diving
  • Kite and wind surfing
  • Parasailing and other watersports/
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Embrace the sunset experience

Regardless of the beach you pick, sunsets in Mauritius are consistently enchanting. Picture yourself with a gentle breeze, a cocktail in hand, savouring the beauty of the sky changing colors as another day in paradise gracefully comes to an end.

Le Morne, Mauritius © Leoks,Shutterstock

Explore the North Coast

Trou aux Biches and Mont Choisy take the spotlight as the premier beaches on the north coast of the island, boasting miles of sandy shores, island vibes, and tranquil turquoise waters. Venture even further north, and you'll encounter the lively town of Grand Baie, perfect for those who relish a bit of hustle and bustle and perhaps some shopping. Indulge in delightful dining with a variety of seafood and local street fare. While this area caters more to tourists, it offers some of the finest beaches and resorts for an unforgettable experience."

Discover the South Coast

The beaches along the south coast display a spectrum of mesmerizing shades of blue. Without a protective coral reef, the waves here can be more spirited, yet visually as stunning as those on other coasts. This region features dramatic cliffs and picturesque beaches, perfect for sightseeing or horse riding in exclusivity. Emphasizing luxury, customer service and quality, resorts in this area provide an exclusive retreat. The resorts offer a more secluded experience with greater spacing between them. You won't find walkable access to a town, but dining options are primarily within the luxurious confines of your resort. While swimming options may be limited, you'll have convenient access to various offsite activities and excursions."

Explore the East Coast

The east coast beckons with breathtaking beaches and an array of resort options. Belle Mare, in particular, boasts approximately 6 miles of sandy shores and turquoise waters. Thanks to the protective reef, the waters remain shallow, with little to no waves, creating an ideal environment for swimming. While the beach area is easily walkable, accessing a nearby town for restaurants may require a bit more effort from most resorts. The Flacq market, Mauritius’ largest open-air market, is a delightful visit for fresh produce and shopping. The east coast is home to some of the finest luxury resorts, renowned for their top-notch service and culinary offerings. This region is perfect for those seeking relaxation at the resort, onsite watersports and venturing offsite for adventures. Notably, the east coast is famed for its boating excursions to the offshore eastern Mauritian islands, such as Ile Aux Cerf, where you can partake in activities such as snorkelling, swimming, and savouring a traditional BBQ lunch.