10 best beaches in Mauritius

After golden sands and crystal-clear waters? Get more, more, more in Mauritius. With over 160km of coastline on offer, this island nation is a beach-lovers paradise and the perfect holiday spot for all sorts of sun seekers.

As the beach experts, we’ve chosen our top 10 beaches in Mauritius. Families, couples and thrill seekers, we’ve got you covered!

Trou aux Biches

A treasure on the islands north-west coast, Trou aux Biches is a pristine white sand beach with clear shallow waters and a colourful coral reef nearby. Visitors are treated to some of the best views on the island and a spectrum of space to relax with a drink under the sun’s rays or around the abundance of palm trees lining the beach.

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Grand Baie

If you’re looking for a relaxing day at the beach (maybe with your bae), look no further than Grand Baie. This tropical paradise on the north of the island is a popular choice amongst locals and tourists for its central location to local amenities in the village and the heavenly sun-kissed sands and twinkling sea.

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Le Morne

Le Morne, in other words, a dreamy white sand beach located at the foot of the Morne Brabant Mountain on the west of the island. A bit on the breezy side, this beach ideal for windsurfers as the weather conditions are perfect for practising the sport.

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Blue Bay

For lovers of marine life, Blue Bay is a unique peaceful beach where the waters surrounding it have been given marine park status to protect the rare corals. The bay is home to stunning coral beds and an abundance of tropical sea life as colourful as a rainbow. Imagine taking a glass bottom boat trip with schools of graceful angelfish and clownfish (like Finding Nemo) under you. Well, you can at Blue Bay! That’s another amazing experience to be ticked off your bucket list.

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Flic en Flac

With white sands and the sea bluer than the sky itself, Flic en Flac is paradise in 8km. The shoreline is one of the liveliest on the sunset coast, attracting both Mauritians and tourists of all ages. Flic en Flac is ideal for spending days basking on the soft sands and enjoying watersports here before retreating to the nearby restaurants for delicious Mauritian cuisine. There’s something here for everyone, including souvenir shops and coastal bars for drinks and dancing in the evening.

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Belle Mare Plage

If you haven’t seen paradise before, step foot onto Belle Mare Plage. It’s one of the most beautiful beaches on the island for a relaxing break in the sun away from the hustle and bustle of traffic and everyday life.

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Tamarin

If you’re looking for tranquility, look no further than Tamarin Bay. Located at the foot of Tamarin Mountain, Tamarin is one of the quieter beaches to visit on the island. As if this amazing backdrop isn’t enough to make your friends back home jealous, jump on the opportunity to experience swimming with dolphins. That’s right, Tamarin Beach is the place to channel your inner mermaid/merman!

Ile aux Cerfs

A popular choice amongst couples and families, this beach has powdered white sands and blue translucent waters. An ideal choice for those who enjoy relaxing in the sun and taking part in a range of activities – from banana boats to speedboats and an adventure playground for the kids.

Mont Choisy

Mont Choisy is a perfect and tranquil lagoon-styled beach which defines relaxation. If you could paint a picture of what a beautiful beach looks like, that picture would be Mont Choisy. The beach is lined by an endless amount of greenery which gives you a sense of isolation from the rest of the world. Because of the glorious length of warm sands, you’ve got space to stretch out and starfish on your sun lounger. We’ve also heard the sunsets are incredible here!

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La Cuvette

La Cuvette is short but sweet, at 80m it’s one of the shortest beaches on the island, but great things do come in small packages. The beach has a few hideaway mini-beaches which make this a majestic place to retreat to.

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Written on 27th February 2019 by

Nadene Chandler

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