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L’île Maurice, une vraie destination incentive
31 octobre 2013
Le savoir-faire mauricien en matière d’incentive L’île Maurice est (...)

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Visit Mauritius
The Island’s towns and villages

  • The Island’s towns and villages

    Souillac Mauritius : natural wonders

    6 juillet 2012

    On the southern tip of Mauritius, Souillac was once a tiny fishing village before it branched out into sugar cane production. The coast around the town is beaten by a particularly rough sea, totally different from your average postcard scene. With a population of more than 6,000, Souillac is the capital of Savanne District.

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  • The Island’s towns and villages

    Big waves for a little town in Mauritius : Tamarin

    29 juin 2012

    Tamarin is a charming little Mauritian town in the Black River district. On the island’s West Coast, in the driest region of Mauritius, Tamarin is best known for the ocean rollers that break on the beaches from June to August to the delight of surfers ! Exposed to the West, the town’s beaches offer magnificent sunsets and an incredible view of the island’s mountains.

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  • The Island’s towns and villages

    Mahébourg, a charming little Mauritian town

    19 juin 2012

    The old colonial capital of Mauritius, Mahébourg is in the South-West of the island, on the shores of the country’s biggest lagoon. It is the town that is closest to the island’s only airport. Unusual in its mix of colonial and Creole architecture, Mahébourg is a sleepy coastal village that is only really animated on market day or for festivals. The biggest town in the Grand Port district, Mahébourg has a population of more than 15,700 (figures from the 2000 census)

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  • The Island’s towns and villages

    Port Louis, the capital of Mauritius

    15 juin 2012

    Sheltered from the trade winds, on the North-West Coast, Port Louis, the Mauritian capital, is without question the liveliest town on the island. The administrative and financial capital, this Mauritian city, brimming with office blocks and Creole houses is an enormous cultural melting pot. Far from Western capitals, Port Louis bears the scars of its colonial past. Mauritius’ capital city transports you on an ocean of culture and authenticity where art and history are omnipresent.

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  • The Island’s towns and villages

    Curepipe, Mauritius’ second city

    13 juin 2012

    With a population nearing 100,000, the town of Curepipe is the second biggest town in Mauritius. From colonial relics to beautiful gardens, Curepipe has a lot to offer visitors. Its cooler temperatures compared with coastal regions, thanks to its position in the rainy uplands in the centre of the island, in the Plaines-Wilheimes, Curepipe gives some respite from the heat of the beaches. Find out more…

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