Pointe d'Esny

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Rugged Pointe d'Esny beach and its vast lagoon (beware of urchins!) extends from the road along the water at the southern end of Mahébourg. Lined by a series of more or less luxurious encampments, it was long the favoured beach of the Franco-Mauritian aristocracy, before being supplanted by Grand Baie and the northern beaches. Many of these villas are rented out by their Mauritian owners. On the other side of the road is a row of smaller, more modest villas and bungalows for rent.

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Île aux Aigrettes
Île aux Aigrettes
aThis island across from Pointe d'Esny
240 minutes
Kestrel Valley
Kestrel Valley
The Domaine du Chasseur can be reached
240 minutes
Vallée de Ferney
Vallée de Ferney
The Ferney Valley is a natural sanctuary
240 minutes
Blue Bay
Blue Bay
At the tip of Pointe d'Esny the road
240 minutes
National History Museum of Mahébourg
National History Museum of Mahébourg
The National History Museum contains
90 minutes
Biscuiterie H. Rault
Biscuiterie H. Rault
At this little cottage industry factory,
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Île aux Aigrettes
Île aux Aigrettes
aThis island across from Pointe d'Esny
240 minutes
Kestrel Valley
Kestrel Valley
The Domaine du Chasseur can be reached
240 minutes
Vallée de Ferney
Vallée de Ferney
The Ferney Valley is a natural sanctuary
240 minutes
See all