The pristine landscape calls for tourists from various parts of the world to come and explore the beaches in Mauritius scattered majestically over a stretch of 330kms. The beauty of the astonishing lagoons accentuated with panoramic coral reef happens to be the most ravishing treat to the onlooker's eyes. Mauritius has also kept its northern coast safe for various watersports like scuba diving, waterskiing, snorkeling, parasailing, deep sea fishing, dolphin watching and much more.
Known as the cleanest beach of Mauritius, Pereybere Beach is not just popular among the tourists but it also preferred by many local residents too. Apart from the restro-bars and cars the small coast is forever teeming with lively food stalls selling kebabs and fruits and sandwiches.
Mont Choisy Beach
Famous for the serene turquoise water lined by an array of casuarina trees, Mount Choisy stands proudly at Pointe-aux-Cannoniers. Stretching about 3 km in length, the beach is quite secluded on the weekdays but brims with visitors at every weekend.
La Cuvette happens to be the best option for tourists willing to lodge up near the Grand Bay.
Anse La Raie Beach
Shift the focus towards the north and get enchanted with the peaceful beach near Calodyne village in Mauritius.
Poudre d’Or Beach
People willing to explore the beaches for the relics of history might as well spend a day here. Apart from the blue water and greeneries, one can also observe the legendary monument of Paul & Virginie.
Flic en Flac Beach
Located towards the west of Mauritius in Albion and Tamarin village, Flic en Flac is known to be the longest beach here that provides a gripping landscape for family space.
Tourists willing to explore the beaches of Mauritius in their raw form should definitely pay a visit to the Tamarin Beach and get a glimpse of the golden white curve of the beach and majestic Black River Moutain Range at the backdrop.
Riviere des Galets Beach
Sojourning amidst the crowd-pleasing Souillac and Bel Ombre at the south of Mauritius, this beach is famous for “Galets” or rocky chunks and uniquely lacks a trace of sand.
Gris Gris Beach
People fr4om all over the world gather here to explore the beach of Gris Gris in Mauritius. The spectacular view of heavy waves crashing at the face of mighty rocks or foothills, from the top of a cliff, can never be defined with enough words.