A blush of blues as far as the eye can see
To the north-west, the famous beaches to be the most beautiful of the islands follow one another. If some prefer to bask on the beach of Mont Choisy, others like more the landscapes of Pointe aux Piments, with its small creeks studded with rocks along the coast.
Climatewise, less exposed to the wind, this coast is little affected by the rain and the temperatures there are among the warmest throughout year. There is a strong concentration of hotels, especially between Grand Baie and Pereybere. For swimming, the long beaches of Mont Choisy and Trou aux Biches are perfect illustrations of the concept “turquoise water, white sand and coconut” as it is abundantly relayed on the postcards of Mauritius. On the other hand, the beaches of the extreme north, like that of Grand Gaube or Cap Malheureux, are less practicable because they are smaller but have stunning views to compensate. Midway between these two extremes, Pereybere always attracts crowds on weekends. The North remains the tourist destination par excellence!