Best Mauritius holiday apartments
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Popular accommodations in Mauritius
Constance Prince MauriceThis tropical hideaway in Poste de Flacq offers luxurious air-conditioned suites and villas with Indian Ocean views. It has secluded beaches and the exclusive Le Barachois floating restaurant. There is also a spa and wellness centre.Book now
Beach luxury PenthouseLocated just 100 metres from Flic en Flac Beach in Flic-en-Flac, Beach luxury Penthouse provides a getaway with a garden, outdoor pool, free WiFi, and a 24-hour front desk. This property offers access to a balcony and free private parking.Book now
The Republic of Mauritius is an island paradise in the Indian Ocean. Great beaches and palm trees line the coasts and interesting places and dream landscapes offer the visitors many possibilities for great excursions. Apartments in the Republic of Mauritius offer a welcome alternative to often expensive hotels. If you are looking for a comfortable holiday domicile, which also preserves your budget similar to Couchsurfing in the Republic of Mauritius, you should take a quick look at our offer. We mediate comfortably furnished dwellings of private people, e.g. Apartments in Grande Baie or send Vacation domiciles in Flacq. Private vacation homes in Riviere Noire we have likewise in the program, exactly the same as many further accommodations, under which you will find surely also your dream dwelling.
Dreamlike Apartments in the Republic of Mauritius, the volcanic island in the Indian Ocean
About ten flight hours separate you from this great island in the southern hemisphere, because Mauritius is located about 900 kilometres east of Madagascar and 1,500 kilometres away from Africa. The Republic of Mauritius has an area of approximately 2,000 km² and consists of several small islands as well as Rodrigues and Mauritius itself. If you would like to combine relaxing holidays by the sea with interesting excursions, an apartment in the Republic of Mauritius provides you with the perfect conditions. If you choose the main island Mauritius for your holiday domicile, you will have endless possibilities to design it, depending only on what you would like to experience in your precious holiday. Ornithologists, for example, choose Mauritius as their destination to admire the more than 100 bird species, some of which are threatened with extinction; as early as 1690, the Dodo, an approximately one meter tall and flightless bird, was exterminated. Today it adorns the coat of arms of the island. The very diverse flora includes not only rainforests, bushes and shrubs, but also more than 670 different flowering plants, which turn the island into a dream paradise. The mallow Trochetia boutoniana was chosen as the national flower in 1992. This shrub, some up to 3 metres high, enchants locals and island visitors alike with its spectacular flowers from June to October.
From the private holiday residence in the Republic of Mauritius to the sights of the island
It is certainly difficult for you to decide how to spend your holidays in Mauritius. The best way to be flexible is to rent a car. If you are active in sports, the beaches will tempt you, because surfers and sailors are just as welcome here as those guests who want to swim in the turquoise and pleasantly tempered water and spend their time on the beach. The coral reefs provide a breathtaking underwater world for snorkelers and divers, and the hinterland regions are an El Dorado for cyclists, climbers and mountain hikers. From your private holiday home in the Republic of Mauritius it is also not far to the interesting cities of the island, which are also very worth seeing because of their colonial buildings, e.g. Mahébourg. Have a look at the small chapel Notre Dame Auxiliatrice at Cap Malheureux or the well preserved theatre and the citadel in the capital Port Louis. The island of La Reunion, which belongs to France, could also be one of your holiday destinations? Then we will be happy to reserve you a suitable Apartment in Saint-Pierre.