Mauritius is an island nation in the Indian Ocean, surrounded by beautiful coral reefs.
Discover some of its unmissable destinations:
Founded in 1735 by the French governor Bertrand-François Mahé de La Bourdonnais, the capital, Port-Louis, located in the heart of Mauritius is a city that should not be overlooked during your stay in this tropical paradise. You will be able to visit its large colorful market that will captivate shopaholics and lovers of good restaurants on the Caudan coast.
Mahebourg is a beautiful town that carefully guards the treasures of its naval museum, a building with magnificent architecture from the colonial era. This place can boast of having one of the most beautiful lagoons in Mauritius.
Located in the southeast of Mauritius, this place is perfect for relaxing and swimming. Blue Bay is famous for its scuba diving excursions and is home to the only marine park on the island. In fact, water sports are widespread on the island and are practiced by both locals and vacationers.
The city of Pamplemousses is famous for hosting one of the most famous parks in the world. The Pamplemousses Botanical Garden was created by Pierre Poivre in 1770 and has an impressive collection of tropical plants and trees in its 26 hectares. Walking through this park you can admire the impressive local fauna.
Formerly, Souillac was a fishing village, although years later its inhabitants began to dedicate themselves to sugar cultivation. The name of the city comes from François de Souillac, one of the former governors of the 18th century. This town is located on the shore of a sea with strong waves.