The Mauritius beaches are some of the best sources of attraction; this is why most people who are on holiday find their way to the beach. This is normally called the up market winter sun destination. This has got splendid white sand that would be worth resting in. This is why Mark twain was forced to say that may be Mauritius existed before and that Heaven was copied from Mautritious.
While on your trip to Mauritius, you will find a few challenges for example, selection among the many beaches which are available. This is because they are all nice and memorable place to go to. Some of the best include, Ile aux Cerfs, Trou aux Birches, Pereybere, Paradis, and Flic en flac.
For a very different experience away from the crowds, catch a boat over to Cerfs, a small island just off the east coast of Mauritius. The Ile aux Cerf’s beach runs almost around the entire coastline, and the quiet beaches provide the perfect place to relax on a luxury Mauritius holiday. You can catch a boat to the island from Pointe Maurice, and if you are on holiday in Mauritius the island is well worth paying a visit to.
Trou aux Birches
This beach has got a lot to view for example the beautiful Hindu temple, an aquarium and many other amazing things. It is located on the famous west coast of the island. This beach is really nice for a family trip, lovers, singles and others.
This beach is most known for a lot young people on holiday, it has got water that so deep enough for swimming and by the it is best beach for swimming, and hence all those interested in swimming should not miss out this. This would be perfect for a family holiday.
Flic en Flac
This beach has got deep blue waters and very nice powdered sand which is good and worth taking a rest in. This beach has got a very name ‘flic en flac’ which means Dutch for flat and free land. For any to have a memorable experience, you will have to pay a visit to the one and only Flic en Flac. Just incase you don’t mind the crowds, Flic en Flac remains one of the most beautiful beaches in Mauritius.