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Formerly a typical fishing village of the Mauritian West Coast, Flic en Flac has now become a small town with all the necessary infrastructure. Ideal for days spent on a trip to Mauritius, Flic en Flac is far from the turmoil of the north of Mauritius. It has also seen the rise of tourism through the abolition of restrictive tourism policy. This freedom as well as the natural beauty of this part of the island has attracted many hotels like Villa Caroline, Hilton Resort, Sugar Beach, Sofitel Imperial or La Pirogue. These large hotels have chosen to nest on the coast with incredible gradients of blue and have decided to enjoy the green setting of this corner of the island to make it a dream spot.

With the arrival of Tourism in Flic en Flac also came a considerable commercial growth, which has led to the installation of numerous restaurants, bars, supermarket, games room and several nightclubs. This seaside resort has everything you need to spend a memorable time during your stay in Mauritius.

Where is Flic En Flac?

Flic en flacSituated just 30 minutes south of Port Louis, Flic en Flac is characterized by its Creole culture, friendly and welcoming people and its sumptuous white sandy beach. On weekdays, this beach –one of the longest in Mauritius- that is more than a kilometer and a half long, is not much frequented but is certainly overcrowded during weekends.

The sea is particularly beautiful on this part of the island and those who stay in the hotels that border this turquoise lagoon during their stay in Mauritius will have the privilege to enjoy these translucent waters with light emerald blue tones. It is also a diving paradise with its many underwater caves and wrecks. The coral reefs as well as the exceptional sea bottoms constitute a remarkable underwater richness. This remains a very attractive activity for those diving lovers around Flic en Flac. By choosing the west coast of the island, those who are traveling to Mauritius are sheltered from the Trade winds, which plague the rest of the coast of the island from January to March during the southern summer.

Although Flic en Flac has not much tourist attraction, it is still the starting point for many excursions. For a getaway during your holidays in Mauritius, you have for example the wildlife park of Casela which is only 15 minutes away from Flic en Flac and where you can caress the wallabies and admire the lions as well as other beasts. The most adventurous who want to mark their stay in Mauritius will opt for quad biking or canyoning. From Flic en Flac, you can also go snorkelling at Cap Malheureux or at Blue Bay, choose the underwater walk offered by Trou aux Biches or swim with the dolphins on Île aux Bénitiers. To make traveling easier throughout your trip to Mauritius, you can opt for a car rental being in Flic en Flac.

The best activities for an unforgettable holiday in Flic-en-Flac

nightlife flic en flacAside from your gentle moments of relaxation and sunbathing under the radiant sun of Mauritius, a stay in Flic-en-Flac offers you many opportunities to spend unforgettable moments under the sign of discovery and action. Flic en Flac is a very lively village where night life is present almost everyday. Events are usually planned on the beach and most of the time the parties are well organized. At other times they are just some spontaneous bond fires with some ‘ravanes’ and joyous sega typique all around. Famous nightclubs, known by all the revelers and night owls, border the sandy beach of Flic-en-Flac on the West coast of Mauritius making it one of the perfect spot to enjoy clubbing.

Casela Adventure Park

Casela flic en flacSometimes unexpected animal species await you in an enchanting natural setting: endemic or exotic specimens of the island, like the pink pigeon. A great variety of animals to discover: lions, zebras, ostriches, giant tortoises, macaques, cheetahs, 1500 birds, but also wild boars, deer, African antelopes …

This natural park is a real reserve, home to an impressive fauna, but also preserves an exceptional, abundant nature, including many species of plants, some of which are endemic, such as the ebony tree. To meet this impressive fauna and flora, and discover them in a fun way, different activities are proposed.

Those activities are adapted to all ages and tastes – everyone will find something to do. The rando fun, for example, is rather active. It is practiced in one day, includes crossings of bridges, zip lines, swimming, walking, swimming in a canyon…

The quad allows to discover the animals in their natural habitat; The guided tour lasts 1h or 2h, and a photographer will accompany you, proposing you the photos of your adventure at the end of the tour. If the zipline fascinates you, do not miss the one in Casael adventure park, the longest of the Indian Ocean, which will make you appreciate to its true value the charm of the place. Do you know the segway? It is a kind of electric scooter, which will take you to the animals of the African reserve.

Canyoning, safaris photos: activities do not end! However, do not miss meeting with felines. Walking with the lion remains an incredible experience you should not miss.

Why go to Flic En Flac?

A peaceful tropical paradise in Mauritius

Surrounded by the turquoise waters of the Indian Ocean and the lush greenery of the Mauritian hinterland, Flic-en-Flac is a tranquil place where you will enjoy pure moments of happiness under the sign of relaxation and absolute change of scenery.

A dream destination for a stay in the tropics

It is in the west of Mauritius, in the heart of a sunny region and sheltered from the prevailing winds. Whether you are a couple or a family, let yourself be rocked by the gentle lapping of the waves that run aground on the long sandy beaches and put yourself in the shade of the coconut trees to savor delicious cocktails of tropical fruits. Whatever the season, Flic-en-Flac seduces couples and families in search of a preserved tropical setting and a peaceful atmosphere. Adventurers will appreciate the numerous possibilities of trekking in the West of Mauritius.

Have a nice time around Flic en Flac!

Discover Mauritius with 100 photos

Mauritius is one of the most colorful countries you’ll ever see. The island is an open-air museum for natural landscapes and boasts highest standards of comfort. We’ve collected 100 of the best photos of  Mauritius and if you need your own, feel free to contact our local photographer/guide.

1# Arrival in Mauritius

Landing in Mauritius
Mauritius looks amazing viewed from above.A green land defined by a white stroke


2# Frangipani

Mauritius Frangipani flower
These tropical yellow and white beauties grow everywhere in Mauritius. Apparently its scent procures gaiety & is charming when worn behind the ear.


3# Over a hundred beaches 

Mauritius is for the most part enclosed by beaches. When choosing your hotel, check its front beach, you will probably spend a lot of your time there.


4# The Sega

Sega music Mauritius
The Sega is a traditional dance and music of Mauritius. The music was created by the slaves and was used to sing their suffering. Thankfully, after the abolition of slavery, the music was played to express joy and freedom.


5# Relaxing moments

Hammock lovers know the feel!


6# Bouquet d’Annee

flamboyant alley mauritius
Even roads are coloured in Mauritius. These beautiful trees have been widely planted on roadsides everywhere in Mauritius. If you are visiting the island in November or December, lucky you, it is the blooming season.


7# Peter Both view

Le Pouce Mauritius
With its inner mountain ranges, Mauritius is a quality destination for adventurous hikers.


8# Rodrigues Island

On Rodrigues Island, beaches are often uncrowded, if not completely deserted.


9# Ile aux Cerfs

Plage-ile Maurice
Ile aux Cerfs is a beautiful island located off the east of Mauritius.


10# Dholl Puri

Dholl puri Mauritius
The Mauritian cuisine portrays the diverse local population. However, the Dholl Puri is a street food that everyone enjoys.


11# Pirogue

Mauritius beach pirogue
The pirogue is the traditional boat used by local fishermen. They can be seen on most beaches of the island.


12# Congenial atmosphere

Mauritius music dance sega
Mauritius is a very convivial place to be. Whether it is during the day or at night, you will always enjoy your time on the island.


13# Ilot Fourneau

ilot fourneau Mauritius
Located in the south-east Ilot Fourneau is one of the many small islands surrounding the mainland Mauritius


14# Grand Bassin: the sacred lake

shiva Grand bassin
Grand Bassin is a crater lake located in the south of the island. The place revered by the Hindu population of Mauritius.


#15 The relaxed way

Trou aux Biches Mauritius
Life ambles slowly on a tropical island.


#16 Late evening party

camp fire beach mauritius
Hotels often set the stage for some traditional Mauritian beach parties.


#17 Le Morne Cultural Landscape

Le morne beach
Le Morne Brabant is a dismal place in a historical point of view. The site is one of the two UNESCO world heritage sites of the island.


#18 Paille en Queue

Red-tailed Tropicbird mauritius
The Paille en Queue or Tropicbird a rare bird that circumnavigate the island, so rare that when seen, it provides a sense of luck. Some even make wishes, the Mauritian shooting star.


#19 GRSE waterfalls

GRSE waterfall Ile aux Cerfs
The GRSE waterfall is one of the natural beauties of the east of Mauritius. The waterfall can be visited by boat, on the way to Ile aux Cerfs.


20# village weaver

Village Weaver - Ploceus cucullatus Mauritius
The village weaver is very common in Mauritius. You might be visited by one of these charming birds especially during breakfast time.


#21 Privacy luxe

Honeymoon in Mauritius
With its surrounding islands and pristine beaches, Mauritius offers privacy and luxe to its visitors.


#22 Sugarcane cultivation

Mauritius people
Mauritius was once solely dependent on its sugarcane industry. Today still it is an important pillar of the local economy.


#23 Indian Ocean space view

mauritius and reunion night space
Amazing photograph of Reunion Island and Mauritius (top) captured by NASA.


#24 Windsurfing Le Morne

One Eye le morne
Le Morne beach offers excellent wind spots like One Eye or Manawa for surfing.


#25 Cultivation

Sugar cane plantation Mauritius
The cultivation of sugar was introduced by the Dutch in the 17th century.


#26 Hiking views

Mauritius bird view
Mauritius is even more colorful from an aerial perspective.


#27 Flic en Flac

flic en flac beach
Flic en Flac is the longest beach of Mauritius and one of the finest too.


#28 Day gecko

Day gecko Phelsuma ornata
The Gecko can be found pretty much everywhere on the island. This species is harmless to human beings and can live up to 15 years.


#29 Ilot Gabriel beach

Ilot Gabriel Beach
Coin de mire view from Ilot Gabriel off the north coast of Mauritius.


#30 SSR Botanical Garden

Waterlilis Mauritius
This mythical botanical garden was created by Pierre Poivre and is a must-visit place in Mauritius. Also known as Jardin Pamplemousses, the park has a wide range of plant species, including some being endemic.


#31 Notre Dame Auxiliatrice – Cap Malheureux

Chapelle Notre Dame de Cap Malheureux
The small red roof church is the symbol of the calm Cap Malheureux village. With numerous islands in the background, it is one of the best viewpoints of Mauritius.


#32 Stella Maru

Wreck Stella Maru Mauritius
Stella Maru is the most famous shipwreck of Mauritius. Located just in front of Trou aux Biches, North-West of the island, this artificial lagoon is a paradise for divers.


#33 Rochester Falls

rochester falls souillac
Rochester Falls is one of the many waterfalls of Mauritius. It is located in the middle of the fields not far from Souillac. The place is famous for its milky white water beautifully contrasted with the rectangular shapes of the rocks.


#34 Crystal Rock

Crystal rock Ile aux Benitiers
Crystal rock is the pearl of the west coast of Mauritius. Whether you are visiting Ile aux Bénitiers, or going snorkeling or swimming with dolphins, every boat stops at Crystal rock.


#35 Aromatic traditions

Spices of Mauritius
Many spices like saffron, curry powder and cinnamon are used to make traditional Mauritian dishes.


#36 Anse la Raie

Kitesurfer Pointe d'Esny
The beaches of the east of the island are also interesting for windsurfing.


#37 Seafood

Fish Mauritius
Seafood is sold on the beach, especially on Rodrigues Island.


#38 Sega dance

Sega Mauritius
Traditional sega is still the most listened and danced music across in Mauritius.


#39 Le Morne beach

Mauritius coastline
In addition to the mythical Morne Brabant, the small village of Le Morne is also home to one of the most beautiful beaches of the island.


#40 Caudan &  Port Louis Waterfront

Port Louis waterfront
The waterfront of Port Louis is the first shopping mall of Mauritius. The mall hosts some world-famous fashion brands and other animations like cinema, children area, bars and live music on weekends.


#41 Coin de Mire Island

coin de mire view
Coin de Mire (Gunner’s Quoin) is located few kilometres outside the northern lagoon.


#42 Multicultural society

children of Mauritius
Mauritius proves to be a surprising and unique human experience.


#43 Gris Gris

gris gris Mauritius
The south of Mauritius is better characterised by the word ‘wild’. Whether it is Gris Gris, La Roche qui Pleure or Le Souffleur, the south offers beautiful untamed wilderness.


#44 Sunset in Tamarind

Sunset in Tamarin Mauritius
The west coast of Mauritius offers some royal sunset shots.


#45 Ile Coco

Ile Coco (Rodrigues) is one of the most beautiful islands of the Mascarene archipelago.


#46 Blue Bay Marine Park

The natural marine park of Blue Bay is a great representation of the biodiversity of the Indian ocean.


#47 A very food trip

beach snack mauritius
With beach restaurants, roulottes or beach hawkers, you are always sure to find food everywhere in Mauritius.

#48 World class hotels

mauritius hotels
The legendary Mauritian hospitality is key to the tourism success on the island. TripAdvisor, Booking or Trivago, all have excellent customer ratings on Mauritian hotels.


#49 Horse riding in Mauritius

Enjoy an exquisite horse riding experience Mauritius.


#50 Vallée de Ferney

Vallée de Ferney is a nature reserve of more than 200 hectares and shelters over a 100 species of plants and numerous animals.

#51 Swim with dolphins 

dolphins Mauritius
To swim with dolphins is a one-time life experience. Enjoy it in a tropical island.


#52 Calm lagoons

Mauritius wild south
Mauritius is mostly enclosed by coral reefs, resulting into calm and secured lagoons.


#53 Simplicity

Children of Mauritius
Though things are evolving and the island is becoming more and more developed, the Mauritian way of living remains relatively simple. Maybe this is better explained by this beautiful photo of Peggy Lampotang.


#54 La Cuvette beach

la cuvette Grand Baie
The small beach of La Cuvette is located few minutes from Grand Bay. Ideal for a quick refreshing bath.


#55 The Mauritius Parakeet

Mauritius echo parakeet
Mauritius is a paradise to observe a unique fauna. The island is home to some rare native bird species like the Mauritius Parakeet and the Pink Pigeon.


#56 Public transport

Mauritius offers cheap public transport facilities. Bus services in Mauritius cover the entire island from early morning to 8 pm.


#57 Enjoy the sun

belle mare Mauritius
Mauritius is located quite near the Tropic of Capricorn, which results in a sunny atmosphere. With more than 300 long sunny days a year, Mauritius is an all year round destination.


#58 Exceptional flora

alexandra falls- road
With the exception of big cities, fauna is pretty much everywhere on the island.


 #59 Pointe aux Sables

Pointe aux sables Mauritius
Pointe aux Sables is a small fishermen village located near Port Louis and has a pretty beach and is home to Montagne Jacquot, a thrilling cliff for diving.


#60 Villa Caroline

Villa Caroline is located in front of a great snorkeling spot.


#61 Seven coloured earth of Chamarel

7 coloured earth of Chamarel
Chamarel is the most visited natural attraction in Mauritius. Depending on the time of the day and the light, the earth of Chamarel changes to seven to a dozen colours. Don’t miss the traditional rum of Chamarel.


#62 Rodrigues Island

Rodrigues Island has its own traditions and savoir-faire.


#63 Ile aux Cerfs

ile aux cerfs mauritius
Ile aux Cerfs offers kilometres of pristine beaches to its visitors.


#64 Hunting in Mauritius

Deer Mauritius hunting
Hunters will love the beautiful hunting reserves across Mauritius.


#65 Pointe aux Canonniers

Pointe aux Canonniers Mauritius
Probably less famous than Trou aux Biches or Grand Bay, Pointe aux Canonniers is a flawless beach located in the north-west of Mauritius.


#66 Black River Gorges National Park

Black River National Park
The largest park of Mauritius is famous for its rocky landscapes and waterfalls, perfect for hiking trails.


#67 Trou d’Eau Douce

Trou d'eau Douce
The small village of Trou d’Eau Douce lies on the east coast of Mauritius.


#68 La route du thé

Tea plantation Mauritius
Tea has always been part of the Mauritian culture. La route du thé is located near Grand Bassin, a fine place to learn more about this aromatic beverage. The site also has a very tea oriented restaurant.


#69 Trou aux Biches

Trou aux biches
On weekdays, beaches in Mauritius are usually quite roomy.


#70 Romantic beach dinner

beach dinner Mauritius
Whether it is for a wedding anniversary or honeymoon, you can ask for a memorable amorous setting.


#71 Wolmar beach

Flic en Flac beach
Wolmar beach is located at the end of Flic en Flac.


#72 Flat Island

Ilot Gabriel & Ile Plate beach
Flat Island also known as Ile Plate is one of the many islets located in the off the north of Mauritius.


#73 One Eye

kitesurf in mauritius
One Eye is the most appreciated surf and windsurfs spot in Mauritius.


#74 Ile Coco & Ile aux Sables

Rodrigues Ile cocos et ile aux sables
Ile Coco & Ile aux Sables are two pristine islands devoid of any human activity.


#75 Anse Bouteille

Anse Bouteille Rodrigues
Like Mauritius, Rodrigues Island is blessed with a tropical climate and sumptuous beaches. But Anse Bouteille is unique, it looks nothing like the other Mauritian beaches.


#76 Crystal Rock

rock ile aux benitiers
Another beautiful shot of crystal rock and Morne Brabant.


#77 Island hopping

Boat Mauritius
Whether it is on a speed boat, a yacht or a pirogue, it is always a pleasure to sail around Mauritius.


#78 The Dodo

Dodo Souvenir Mauritius
The dodo, the mythical endemic bird of Mauritius, unfortunately, an extinct species.


#79 Travelling in Mauritius

Road south mauritius
Mauritian roads are very well sealed and most signs are marked in English.


#80 Tamarin 

Tamarin Bay Mauritius
Today still, the pirogue is the most used boat by local fishermen.


#81 Pickle fruits

Mauritius street food
You will see these everywhere in Mauritius, locals love them.


#82 Parasailing

GoPro Mauritius Parasailing
Parasailing can be experienced on popular beaches like Mont Choisy or Flic en Flac.


#83 Traditions

Mauritian ladies saree
Each ethnicity still follows their values and traditions.


#84 Snorkeling

Snorkeling Mauritius
With its dazzling beaches and flourishing coral reefs, Mauritius is an underwater wonderland for snorkeling.


#85 Champ de Mars

Champ de mars Mauritius
The Champ de Mars is the oldest horse racing track in the southern hemisphere.


#86 Port Louis

Port Louis Theatre Mauritius
The city of Port Louis is an open-air museum of the Mauritian past and present culture.


#87 Tropical fruits

Oasis Mauritius Caudan
Tropical fruits like coconut, pineapple or mango are sold everywhere on the island. Not to miss.


#88 Roti chaud

Mauritius Roti
Roti is another widespread street food that can be found in Mauritius.

#89 Crystal clear water

Mauritius turquoise lagoon
Nearly all the beaches in Mauritius offer calm crystal clear water for hours of sunbathing.


#90 Trail friendly

Mauritius host numerous trail festivals each year. The dodo trail and Ferney trail are amongst the most famous.


#91 Travel-friendly facilities

Avis Mauritius
In Mauritius, you will have no trouble finding travel facilities and services, like car rental, Western Union, Change or ATMs.


#92 Lion Mountain

Lion Mountain view
A stunning view of the south-east from Lion Mountain.


#93 Beautiful sunsets

Sugarcane field sunset
Sunset at Cascavelle.


#94 Mahebourg

Mahebourg small city
Mahebourg is a charming small city located near the SSR International Airport. It has a historical museum which is definitely worth the visit if you want to learn more about past epic naval battles between the Royal and French Navy.


#95 Food Carts

Mauritius Beach restaurant snack
You will find interesting food trailers across nearly every beach in Mauritius.


#96 Honeymoon destination

Mauritius wedding honeymoon
Mauritius was awarded as the best honeymoon destination of the Indian Ocean for the past years by the World Travel Awards.


#97 Pointe aux Piments

pointe aux piments
Pointe aux Piments is one of the rare places of the Indian ocean where you can come across sea turtles in their natural habitat.


#98 Colonial houses

Chauteau de Labourdonnais
Chateau de Labourdonnais is the most famous colonial house of Mauritius. Located not far from the SSR Botanical Garden, the place is definitely worth a visit when travelling to the north.


#99 Hospitality at its best

Mauritius hospitality
The hotels in Mauritius are driven by a passion to provide exclusive and personalized services, genuine hospitality.


#100 The Mauritian flag

A beautiful island inhabited by beautiful people.

It is no coincidence that Mauritius is commonly referred to as the beach island. Either north or south, the Mauritius beaches are the best in the world. Its three hundred and thirty kilometres of coastline is ornamented with azure crystalline waters and waves washing up on infinite stretches of white sandy beaches sometimes in front of lush green vegetation giving it a sense of lost paradise.
Situated in the South of Mauritius, beaches like Blue Bay, Le Morne, St Félix, are the amongst the most visited beaches of the island, all year round.

Picturesque postcard landscapes and sunshine galore are on the menu. If the sun never fails to call in the south. It is easy to take shelter in the shade of coconut palms and casuarina trees lining the beaches.

The natural richness of the Mauritian lagoon, where you can observe some 600 species of fish and the inviting water temperature, between 23 ° and 27 ° depending on the season, also offers a range of beach and water activities that will meet the expectations of young and old.

Blue Bay

The Blue Bay Beach is known for its soft clean white sand and clear coastline. Thanks to the location and size of Blue Bay, it is one of the most desired weekend destination for the inhabitants of the south.

Blue Bay Beach Mauritius
Blue Bay Beach

The best time to enjoy the beach during the week where you can have a small secluded corner all to yourself. It is very difficult to take a bad picture to Blue Bay because it is simply one of the best beaches in the world.

Blue Bay is also host to the first marine park of the island. You can access it by seeking the service of one of the numerous boat charters found on the beach. You can either choose to admire the fish species through glass bottom boats or either snorkel and also discover the numerous species of coral.

Unfortunately over the last years, the corals began to whiten, probably because of the rise in the sea temperature.

Le Morne

Located on the south-western coast of Mauritius, Le Morne is a small village overshadowed by a small mountain called Le Morne.

Le Morne Brabant Mountain

It is home to a very nice public beach that attracts surfers, gliders and kite surfers. It is slightly windy and this place is an ideal place for these sports.


From the beach, you have a very impressive and beautiful view of the mountain. If you love hiking and trekking, you will probably want to hike the mountain. On the top, you will have a very impressive view of the peninsula and see an amazing optical illusion- an underwater waterfall. The village is very relaxed and accommodating.

La Prairie

La Prairie is named is named after the green grass that borders the beach. It is situated in the south of Mauritius in between the Mouth of Rivière Du Cap River and La Pointe Sud Ouest.

La Prairie Beach Mauritius
La Prairie Beach

This beach is not suitable for swimming because of currents but is popular with families who come to picnic here every weekend in the shade of Casuarinas.

Sometimes laid on the turf, the pirogues of the fishermen will make amazing backgrounds combined with the blue of the sea for your photos.

St Félix

St Félix beach is the ideal family beach of the south of Mauritius. With a turf extending over a few hundred metres, soft sandy beaches and a crystal clear lagoon, St Félix is one of the gems of the south.

St félix beach Mauritius
St félix beach

The beach is quasi-deserted throughout the year. During weekdays, it is very rare to find people at the exceptions of some few tourists or third age groups picnicking.

If you are residing in the north of Mauritius, the journey to Saint Felix can take you a while. The coastal road is approximately ninety-seven kilometres long.

St Felix is also a great place to test your snorkelling skills.


The Riambel public beach is a dream beach located between Souillac and Bel Ombre. During weekends and holidays, the beach is one of the busiest places by locals. On weekdays, the beach is quiet and you can enjoy a beautiful day in peace, apart from the waves.

Riambel Beach Mauritius
Riambel Beach Mauritius

Unfortunately, the sea is a bit rough and there is a fairly strong current throughout the year. Swimming is not recommended, especially for those who are not used to. If you do not want to take the risk, however, you can lie in the water on the beach and be pampered by the warm sea and bright sunshine.

Gris Gris

To the east of Souillac in the extreme south of Mauritius, the Gris-Gris and its mysterious high cliffs immediately bewitch minds with its deafening tumultuous roars.

Gris Gris Beach
Gris Gris Beach

A horde of reckless waves come and smash their last breaths of life on eroded black basaltic rock.

This incessant ritual of furious waves in Mauritius that befell the chain and excessive noise litany give this grandiose show a nostalgic decor Breton Island more surprising in Mauritius.

A few steps from the rough and imbued with magic place, a rock having a rather bizarre name, La Roche qui pleure – literally the crying rock, mingles with the party making seep infinity of warm ocean tears from her protruding walls under attack repeatedly by a devastating ocean.

Geysers of water with long spit erected towards the sky are also working to make them a subject of this attraction.

Below these bare cliffs, a small beach with golden intoxicating pristine white sand gracefully reveals to visitors of this sumptuous part of Mauritius.

However, swimming is strongly discouraged because of the strong sea currents that stir the waters. Yet in this romantic place in the heart of an authentic and spectacular Mauritius

La Cambuse

The beach of La Cambuse in the southeast of the island is a beautiful beach surrounded by lush and unspoiled nature. To get to the beach, you have to take the road leading to the Shandrani hotel. The beach of La Cambuse is on the right just before reaching the hotel.

You will then find a charming little dirt road with trees on each side of the road and after a few minutes you will find the beach. Near the beach, you will find large Casuarina trees lining the coast, and just before the white sands of La Cambuse you find veloutiers.


The Veloutier is a beautiful shrub with silvery green foliage, grows mainly Veloutier The seafront, the trunk is twisted and dried by the salt in the air. Its sinuous forms give it the appearance of a Bonsai.

Veloutier Tree
Veloutier Tree

The white sand beach is beautiful with turquoise sea surrounded by greenery, swimming is not recommended, because the sea is generally rough with strong currents.

This part of the south can be windy, but if you want to swim, you will find the right end of the beach, a lake surrounded by rocks – perfect for a swim.

Nudism is prohibited, but topless is accepted. The best time to visit the beach of La Cambuse is early morning since the beach is nearly desert.