Much better preserved than the north coast, Mauritius' west coast does nevertheless offer a large number of accommodation possibilities. They include all types of hotels that are mostly located round the village of Flic en Flac. Which makes sense when you see the beach here. This stretch of fine white sand juts out into turquoise waters. Lined by a countless number of she-oaks, the locals voluntarily come here on weekends to spend the day. Nearby, Wolmar Beach is also in a heavenly setting. As for Tamarin Beach, the wind may not always be ideal but the result is that it is a famous surfing spot. It is also possible to see how salt is produced around the village.
Sailing enthusiasts head for Tamarin.© Easyvoyage.com
Although the hills in the region are not exceptionally high, the west coast does nevertheless have a number of summits.© Easyvoyage.com
Very common on the island, this type of flower originates from Central America.© Easyvoyage.com
A number of companies offer sailing trips around the island.© Easyvoyage.com
The beaches on the west coast are some of the most unspoilt on the whole island.© Easyvoyage.com