Holidays to Trou Deau Douce
This fishing village on Mauritius's tranquil east coast has the island's signature turquoise seas and wonderful laidback appeal. It's most famous as the point where you catch a boat to the gorgeous Ile aux Cerfs 15 minutes away, where you can while away the hours on stunning white beaches. But Trou d'eau Douce has its own charm too, with women still carrying vegetables on their heads and fishermen still going to sea. Explore the coast and relax.
Trou d'eau Douce
The local beach is small and quiet. It's used as a drop off point for the popular trip to Ile aux Cerfs.
Backed by trees, this quiet beach 6kms away is lovely for sunbathing. Beware a small current but it's fine for a swim.
Mauritius Glass Gallery
Take a trip to Phoenix, under an hour's drive, to visit this hand-blown glass centre with celebrity 'hands' exhibit.
Watch the fishermen
Fishing still happens from Trou d'eau Douce and you can watch the fishermen take their boats to and from the shore.
Trip to Ile aux Cerfs
Take a boat trip to this gorgeous isle for 4km of beautiful beaches and turquoise water. Walk a little to escape crowds.
Golfers drool at the chance for a game at the Ile aux Cerfs Golf Club. The course is challenging, the setting stunning.
Trou d'eau Douce
You'll find a good selection of eating spots on your doorstep. For the finest dining, head to the town centre.
Famous for its cultural mix, Mauritius has great street food, with good vendors in Mahebourg. Try dholl puri for spice.
Trou d'eau Douce itself is not a jumping night spot but you'll find some coastal bars. Hotels offer more entertainment.
Full Moon Party
Held on Ile aux Cerfs, if it's on during your stay you can expect international DJs and a fab atmosphere.
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