The North (Mauritius)
The northern coast of Maurtitius is the place where the most development has taken place in recent years. Thanks to this work, Grand Baie has an abundance of restaurants and discotheques. If you like to party to the sound of good music, you will find plenty of options to choose from here.
The north isn’t only about night life, however. It also boasts some of Mauritius’ best-loved sights, including the charming red-roofed church that overlooks the lagoon at Cap Malheureux.
Located off the South West coast of the Indian Ocean, at approximately 230 km from Reunion Island and 860 km from Madagascar, Mauritius has a surface area of 1872 square kilometers with a central plateau rising at 600 metres above sea level and 330 km of coastline. Of volcanic origin, Mauritius is the second largest island of the Mascareignes Archipelago.