Mauritius’ beaches are among the most beautiful in the world. With their white and powdery sand, they invite you to relax and laze in the sun. The Northern region has some very beautiful beaches where tourists and Mauritians alike like to find their way around. Whether for a tanning session, swimming, snorkeling or water sports, you will find a suitable beach in the north of Mauritius.
Located between the villages of Grand Baie and Cap Malheureux, Pereybère beach is very privileged by Mauritians. The water is transparent, calm but a little deeper than the other beaches in the region. You can also dive with a mask and snorkel thanks to the clear water.
Trou aux Biches
Discover the beach of Trou aux Biches, one of the most beautiful beaches in Mauritius. Here, the conditions for swimming and snorkeling are ideal. With crystal clear and calm water, it is excellent for families. For the hungry, you will find some street food stands offering local snacks, but also bars and restaurants along the coastal road.
Anse la Raie
Anse La Raie is peaceful and pleasant to visit, the coast has many welcoming and deserted coves. The lagoon is decorated, much more than anywhere else, with a palette of different shades. Anse La Raie beach has a superb view of Île Ronde and the lagoon. Anse La Raie is particularly well known to kitesurfers because it is the best spot in the north of the island, it is also very popular with windsurfing enthusiasts.
Located on the coast road, Grand Baie beach is mainly the meeting point for catamaran excursions in the northern islands. You will also find many boats moored on the beach. Not very suitable for swimming, it is, however, ideal for a walk or a relaxing session in the sun. Many bars, restaurants and street food stands are also located on the beach.
Located at the exit of the city of Grand Baie, discover the small beach of La Cuvette. Only 80 meters long, the beach offers great tranquility. It is ideal for those who are looking for a quiet, peaceful and almost deserted beach.