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Flic-en-Flacq is a small village. So, it is easy to walk around. You can also go to the beach to walk there (or swim in the ocean/have a tan).
Written Aug 12, 2012
The hotel I stayed in offers a glass bottom boat tour (which is for free). You will go with several others in a boat and watch the coral in the ocean. You will also have a great view on the coast line.
Updated Aug 5, 2012
When you are in Mauritius, you should do a walk on the beach. But be aware that the sand is not only sand. There is coral on it as well. So, use water boots to do the walk.
Written Aug 5, 2012
Wide areas of the beach are occupied by the resorts but there are several public beaches enjoyed by locals and visitors alike, which have picnic tables but no bath/changing facilities.
Written Oct 8, 2010
Every evening at the hotel we had a different theme meal. Like Italian, Continental, Mauritius, Creol, etc. It is buffet style, so you pick your own dishes. All the meals where great.
Written Aug 12, 2012
Eat fresh homemade pasta, excellent pizza at Chez Pepe in Flic en Flac, Mauritius. They have also nice suites with beach view. Don't miss it for your nice holidays.
Favorite Dish: Pasta all'aragosta ( pasta with lobster in a fresh tomato sauce)...excellent!!!
Written Aug 2, 2011
Address: flic en flac
Phone: (230) 4539383
The Spar supermarket in the centre of Flic-En-Flac is situated below ground in the Pasendena Complex. Once inside you will find a variety of goods on sale . The highlight for me was the good supply of freshly baked often still hot bread found at the rear of the shop. The variety of foods seems to cater for all nations with very many common names such as Kellogs, Heinz as well as local brands. It does have an extensive chilled/freezer cabinet area for items such as frozen chicken , fish as well as the local Phoenix beer. Also in the shop area there is a small boutique and an internet cafe. The prices are very fair but obviously a little more expensive than say a real local fish or vegeteble market, but the range is ideal for families who have rented a villa and want to self cater. The only downside is that the entrance is not very inviting and often you may find one or two local inhabitants around there begging for money. But in many areas of Mauritius like other countries in the world the begging for money is something that seems to haunt the tourist areas.
What to buy: The variety of loacal Mauritius bread is excellent from the Spar shop
What to pay: RS 10 - 20 for bread ( french style baguette or like a big SUB in USA terms)
Written Apr 27, 2009
Address: Pasendena Complex
The climate on the west coast is relatively dry and hot. In summer, the heat often gets so uncomfortable that having to walk 100 meters under the sun is a decision to take. The west coast is therefore best outside the peak summer months of December to March. A T-Shirt (or less) is all you need in summer (November to March.) A sweatshirt or something warmer is necessary for winter evenings (June to August).
Written Aug 1, 2005