Mauritius offers several of bountiful and stunning beaches, but before visiting the Island we have listed our favourite beaches to enjoy on a sunny day! Have fun!
Mon Choisy Beach
The Mon Choisy Beach is located in the North of Mauritius not far away from the buzzing tourist village of Grand Baie. The beach is approximately 4km-long and absolutely stunning and known for its amazingly calm water which makes it an ideal beach for swimming! The wide sandy beach is a perfect place to soak up the sun and relax and the beach even possesses small food stalls where you can buy local snacks as samosas, gateau piment, fried noodles, paninis and coconut water should you get hungry or thirsty. The calm waters of the beach, also makes it ideal for practising different water sports which is provided on the beach itself just a stroll away. During weekdays the beach is normally quiet but gets highly busy on weekends as locals prefer to spend their off time with their families at the beach. Mon Choisy is easily accessible by bus from Grand Baie, Trou Aux Biches as well as Port Louis.
A small charming beach located in Pereybere, a picturesque little village in the North. This beach will leave you stunned by its azure blue water and exceptional white beach. No wonder why this little spot is highly popular during weekends, it offers tranquillity and absolutely breath-taking view over a turquoise lagoon and the Northern Islets. During weekdays you will find the beach less crowded, but not less beautiful. It is one of the true bounty beaches of the island. The place is great for swimming and snorkelling and houses an abundance of food stalls and restaurants ready to cater for you.
Flic En Flac Beach
Flic en Flac is known as “the sunset coast” and the white sandy beach stretches 8km giving you plenty of space to enjoy the sunny weather or a spectacular sunset. The beach is very attractive to both tourists and locals who enjoy the calm and shallow ocean water making it ideal for children. With a stunning reef close to shore, it is ideal for enthusiastic snorkelers and beginner divers. The beach offers local snack huts where you can please your hunger and thirst, the coastal road is also packed with inexpensive restaurants and supermarkets should you need a break from the sun. If you are not staying in Flic en Flac a straight forward taxi drive can take you to this breath-taking beach from anywhere around the island.
Le Morne Beach
This beach is a hotspot for kite surfers, stretches around 4km and is one of the island’s most beautiful and most exclusive beaches with the spectacular Le Morne in the background. If you have ever had a silent wish of trying kite surfing this beach is the one to visit as many kite surfing schools will be ready to make your wish come true. The beach is a tranquille place to enjoy the sun with family and friends and if you wish to enjoy a bite and a sip a restaurant on the beach provides local dishes at budget prices.
Ile Aux Cerfs
A bountiful getaway in tranquille surroundings. Isle Aux Cerfs is a little excluded island on the east coast known for its snow white beaches, translucent water and stunning greenery. The water level is shallow and kids friendly. Many couples enjoy the romantic atmosphere on the little island and the beach offers every water sport imaginable such as banana boat rides and parasailing. The island even has a treetop adventure playground for kids. The island offers bars, restaurants and a small market. The island is accessible by ferry which leaves every half hour from Trou d’Eau Douce.