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Mauritius is world-renowned for its beautiful beaches, lagoons and reefs. It's also famous for its golf courses, being one of the top world destinations for golfers.
Whether you are looking for investment opportunities or a holiday home, our team of experts will help you find your perfect piece of paradise.
The Dutch named it after Prince Maurits van Nassau, making it one of 25 countries named after a person. The Telegraph
International Liaison Manager
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The Republic of Mauritius is a volcanic island located off the South East coast of Africa in the Indian Ocean, covering an area of 1,865 square kilometres and 330 kilometres of coastline. Its lagoons, beaches and coral reefs make it a true paradise and an ideal place for family or romantic holidays.
Mauritius has a population of around 1.2 million and it's well known for its cultural diversity. French and English are the main languages spoken on the island.
Golfers are in for a treat, as Mauritius is world-renowned for its spectacular golf courses, which are plentiful. Ile aux Cerfs, Heritage Golf Club, Anahita and Avalon- are amongst the top choices.
There's plenty to do and explore in Mauritius. From water activities and breathtaking hikes to horseback-riding, to spas, massages and fine dining.
Port Louis, capital of Mauritius. is a modern and vibrant city well known for its French colonial architecture and the Champ de Mars, a 19th-century horse-racing track. The Grand Baie fishing village, visits to French colonial mansions, animal sanctuaries and national parks will keep you entertained if you ever get tired of laying on the beach.