Holidays to Poste de Flacq
The little town of Poste de Flacq is home to the crystal waters and powdery white sand of travel posters. East Mauritian beaches are endlessly inviting, with world-renowned dive sites, exotic marine fauna, and white-knuckle watersports. Day trips to Port Louis, less than an hour away, reveal the patchwork of Mauritian culture. From markets to museums, Mauritius guarantees a packed itinerary.
A pristine band of brilliant white sand, purled by clear lagoon waters, this dreamlike beach is next to Poste de Flacq.
Ile aux Cerfs
The calm waters surrounding Ile aux Cerfs mean its exclusive beaches are super laidback and ideal for sunbathing.
Poste de Flacq Hindu temple
Sagar Shiv Mandir sits proudly on an outcrop off the coast, surrounded by serene waters. Known for its statue of Shiva.
Blue Penny museum, Port Louis
Uncover the history of Mauritius with exhibits spanning from the age of discovery to the Mauritian postal service.
Sea kayaking, sailing, windsurfing, waterskiing and parasailing are all available on Mauritius' endless blue coast.
Ile aux Cerfs
It's not just about beaches. There's an 18-hole golf course and a handful of restaurants: perfect for a day trip.
Mauritius' street food. A flatbread made with ground split peas and served all over the island with bean curry.
A staple of Mauritian cuisine, fresh seafood - like calamari - features in everything from Chinese food to curries.
Full moon party
Le Touessrok hotel holds a full moon party on the sands of Ile aux Cerfs. This is a legendary, high-energy club event.
Outside of the resorts, Grand Baie is a popular place to party on the island, with beach bars and flamboyant clubs.
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