Mauritius officially the Republic of Mauritius is an island nation off the southeast coast of the African continent in the southwest Indian Ocean, about 900 kilometres (560 mi) east of Madagascar. In addition to the island of Mauritius, the Republic includes the islands of Cargados Carajos, Rodrigues and the Agalega Islands. Mauritius Island is part of the Mascarene Islands, with the French island of Réunion 200 km (120 mi) to the southwest and the island of Rodrigues 570 km (350 mi) to the northeast. Mauritius’s area is 2040 km2 its capital city is Port Louis
Pereybere ( Grand Bay ) Mauritius beach
Pereybere is situated on the coastal road between Grand Bay and Cap Malheureux. its a coastal residential village, Pereybere offers a clear blue sea. There are some shops, restaurants, hotels, villas and supermarket near the beach. It’s definitely one of the most popular beach in the north of the island, with some of the best beaches attraction like scuba diving , snorkeling, deep sea fishing Mauritius, catamaran tours and more
La Cuvette ( Grand Bay ) Mauritius beach
Close to Pereybere is this gem of a beach. It’s a small, horse-shoe shaped beach with glass-like water. There are shady spots under the trees dotted along the top edge of the sand. Get here early at the weekend as it’s popular with local people.
Trou aux Biches Mauritius beach
Trou aux Biches is a major tourist resort in the northwest of Mauritius island. it is located on the Indian Ocean coast of the Pamplemousses region, to the south of the headland of Pointe aux Canonniers, it’s a beautiful gold sandy beach next to the Trou au Biches Hotel
Flic en Flac Mauritius beach
This small village on the West coast is popular with tourists. You’ll find a growing hotel and restaurant trade, as well as dolphin watching tours. The white sand beach is popular at the weekend.
Tamarin Mauritius beach
North along the West coast is Tamarin bay. Tamarin isn’t protected by the reef, so the sea is rougher here than at Flic en Flac. But that makes it ideal for surfing, and long walks along the sand. The Tamarin river forms an estuary here, backed by mountains to the East.