Located right in front of the Mahebourg waterfront, the Mouchoir Rouge island has been quite intriguing and is certainly a matter of curiosity; what is there on this little island and why this red-roofed house? What is its purpose? Well, many sources have different explanations and no one … Continue reading
Found in Mahebourg, the Chateau de Robillard or Gheude Castle was the dwelling of the Robillard family since the colonies and has been later taken over by the Government and now converted into the Naval Museum of Mahebourg. Whilst writing about private family matters isn't much our 'theme', … Continue reading
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Found at the complete left end of the Mahebourg waterfront, the Pointe des Regates most probably bears its name due to the place where 'Regates' competitions are organized every year since ages. Another famous part about this place is that it also actually bears a famous monument commemorating … Continue reading
Very few of these old sugar mills still remains, certainly not operational and mostly in ruins or only the stone chimney. Mont Desert Carrié found in Mahebourg is believed to be what today is known as the Mon Desert Mon Tresor (MDMT) Sugar Estate. What says so? These two chimneys in their same … Continue reading