Into the Beaches of Mauritius

If you're seeking a luxurious beach holiday throughout the year, then you’re spoiled for choice in Mauritius. Let’s take you around the island to our most treasured spots.

To the west of Mauritius lies Flic en Flac, known for its authentic spirit. This lively resort boasts a pristine beach dotted with coconut palms and is excellent if you’re seeking an array of activities on and in the water, as there’s a labyrinth of shipwrecks, caves, and barrier reefs to discover.
On the sun-drenched south coast lies the powdery white sands of Bel Ombre, which are backed by lush jungle and lapped up by warm, turquoise waters that are ideal for kitesurfing. Nearby is the beautiful habitat of Frederica Nature Reserve, home to spectacular waterfalls. Stay at Heritage Le Telfair Golf and Wellness Resort for leisurely golf and spa days.
Tucked away on the northwest coast not far from the Mauritian capital of Port Louis lies Balaclava, with its secluded white sands and stunning lagoons. Be sure to visit the tropical wonderland of Pamplemousses Botanical Garden. Stay at The Ravenala Attitude Hotel, an all-suite hotel with an adults-only area.
Tiny and nestled on the edge of a shimmering lagoon, the beaches of Anse La Raie in the far north provide a paradise of seclusion and tranquillity, while the smooth waters beckon beginner windsurfers. Stay at Paradise Cove Boutique Hotel, an idyllic cove-style adults-only beach resort with an exclusive vibe.
Near the country’s northernmost point, everything about the small fishing village of Grand Gaube feels unashamedly undeveloped, offering a delightfully serene and natural stay. Sheltered by forests of banyan trees, all the beaches are tucked away on a crinkled coastline. Stay at LUX* Grand Gaube, where retro-chic meets barefoot luxury.
Seeking one of the longest stretches of white sand beach? Head to Belle Mare on Mauritius's sheltered east coast, which is perfectly positioned to explore a local Hindu temple, colourful markets, and many underwater wonders off the coast. Just south of Belle Mare is Trou d’Eau Douce, with its ribbons of powdery white sands and a sparkling lagoon. There’s tempting coral reefs, waterfront eateries, and boat trips to neighbouring Ile aux Cerfs for championship golf. Stay at Shangri-La Le Touessrok Mauritius, with an impressive beach club and dive centre.
An hour’s drive down the east coast and you’ll come to Pointe-Jérôme, a small historic fishing village, which also hosts the stunning coral garden, The Blue Bay Marine Park. Stay at Preskil Island Resort, which is fringed with alabaster beaches.
A tropical gem in the heart of the Indian Ocean, Le Chaland on the southeast coast boasts perfect year-round temperatures. While the beaches are heavenly, the protected nature reserve islet of Île aux Aigrettes offers the ultimate guided eco adventure. Stay at Anantara Iko Mauritius Resort & Villas, a hideaway retreat set on a deserted white beach.
You can always combine your beach stay at the luxury eco lodge Lakaz Chamarel Exclusive Lodge, where you can explore natural spectacles, such as Chamarel’s Seven Coloured Earth Geopark, and the rare birdlife of Black River Gorge National Park.

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