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Mauritius (MRU), situated in the Indian Ocean, is one of the most beautiful travel destinations in the world. This island state – named after its main island – includes the Island of Rodrigues, which is approximately 600 km away, as well a few smaller islands. The main attraction for visitors is without doubt the paradisiacal beaches that Mauritius (MRU) is blessed with, and there is access to them from a wide range of beach resorts and hotels in every price bracket. The cultural sights and scenic beauty of the island away from the beaches are less well-known, however. The range of its resident's cultures also makes Mauritius (MRU) a location rich with diversity and lively traditions.
Fly to Mauritius (MRU) and spend the best days of the year with your feet in the sand. White beaches meet turquoise water here, and the sight of them alone will make stress melt away. You can decide whether to spend the day dozing under the palm trees or doing something more active. Whether it's snorkelling, diving, kayaking or windsurfing, Mauritius (MRU) offers the dream set-up and ideal conditions for whatever sport you choose. And there's no need to be idle on land either: there are a few golf courses to discover on the island and hiking and cycling routes are being constantly developed. One of the islands' most beautiful walking sites is the Black River Gorges National Park that provides extraordinary insight into a unique world of flora and fauna.
A range of cultures and religions come together on Mauritius (MRU). The capital city of Port Louis is a particularly striking example of this, where the influences of a colonial past exist alongside Asian and African influences, creating an incomparable experience. The effects of this are not only seen in the excellent national cuisine, but also in the art. You can visit the Seebaluck & Art Gallery for example, where impressionism, realism and abstract painting come together on artworks from Indian and Indonesian painters. The magnificent Villa Eureka in Moka offers an authentic insight into the colonial era. The building, erected in 1830, is still provided with sumptuous furnishings today, and nestles in a magnificent garden.