Picture your perfect beach… we are confident it resembles one of the best beaches of Mauritius!
Whether you travel to the north, east, south, or west coast of this idyllic island, beautiful beaches are guaranteed.
Lofty palm trees swaying in the breeze… sugar-soft white sands stretching as far as the eye can see… the clarity and warmth of the Indian Ocean inviting you into its turquoise waters… travellers return to Mauritius again and again to enjoy some of the best beach breaks in the world.
All hotels and resorts we feature are situated close to at least one of these beaches and you can choose how to spend your time – sunbathing, swimming, snorkelling, or maybe building some sandcastles! There are plenty of watersports available too, such as waterskiing, kayaking, windsurfing, kitesurfing, and some very scenic glass-bottom boat rides.
You can also have a go at diving. Whatever your skill level, opportunities abound for you to explore the colourful coral reefs around the island, marvelling at the abundance of coral shapes and the vibrantly patterned fish life.
Just a few steps inland from the beaches, there are some lovely walks along the coasts, amidst the tropical foliage. It is very pleasant to wander around the coastline and watch out for the island’s brilliant birds. And if you are feeling energetic, you might like to ascend Le Morne Brabant, the majestic monolith on the south-west of Mauritius, for the ultimate ocean views!
Wild, scenic and a bit more blustery than the other sides, the East Coast of Mauritius still has its luxury resorts; however, it still feels untouched by mass tourism.
With its mix of tranquil lagoons and classic surf’s-up beaches, the West Coast has something for everyone. Sunbathing, swimming, surfing, strolls… and all surrounded by spectacular scenery!
Whether you love the thrill of watersports or the bliss of simply relaxing in the sun, the North Coast has something for all types of beach fans.
Come to the South Coast if you love your beaches really wild! Featuring powerful waves crashing against high cliffs, the seas here, though not recommended for swimming, boast simply breathtaking sights and sounds.