Mauritius is a small paradise surrounded by the Indian Ocean. Both its coasts and inland reveal sumptuous landscapes, an explosion of shapes, colours and scents.
Clear lagoons with turquoise waters, immaculate white sandy beaches, tropical and wild vegetation invite you to let go and enjoy quality time with family or friends. Welcome to Mauritius for a heavenly stay.
Renowned for the kindness and hospitality of its inhabitants who speak French, English and Creole, Mauritius is home to a blend of cultures that you should take time to discover. This wealth is reflected in its gastronomy, markets and numerous religious festivals. You will be touched by the harmony that reigns here between the different communities.
Mauritius possesses all the assets that you need for a dream holiday. Its climate, very pleasant throughout the year allows for many outdoor activities, including golf, fishing, scuba diving or hiking.
Ease of communication and positive exchanges will guide your stay in this French and English-speaking destination, with your security guaranteed for a family holiday. The Mauritian facilities are up to international standards (hospitals, road network, telephone, internet, running water, electricity…)
The economic and political situation in Mauritius has been stable for over 50 years. There are no major health risks and little time difference with Europe (2 or 3 hours depending on the season), which allows you to minimise travel fatigue and make the most of your stay.
an authentic region
Away from the tumult in the north of the island, the west is a region that is still untouched by mass tourism. This region offers a daily spectacle that you can’t afford to miss out on: sublime sunsets. Discover the virtues of the West.
A picture-perfect setting
Beach and idleness lovers will not be disappointed in Mauritius. From long stretches of fine sand to wild beaches, there is something for everyone. In the shade of the filaos or under the sun, all you need to do is choose where to lay your towel. See beaches on the island.