Flic en Flac Beach – Near Villa Caroline – 1969

Flic en Flac Beach - Near Villas Caroline - 1969

Flic en Flac Beach – Near Villas Caroline – 1969

Flic en Flac is a seaside village on the western part of the island of Mauritius in the district of Rivière Noire. Its public white sandy beach is one of the longest and nicest on the island, its lagoon is protected by the surrounding coral reefs, the beach provide spectacular views over the Indian Ocean horizon and of Le Morne Brabant Peninsula located in the south west of Mauritius. Flic en Flac is also home to some of the most luxury hotels in Mauritius, the Tamarin beach is situated a few kilometres away.

Additionally, since some years now, Flic en Flac is more known as the new ‘Grand Bay’ due to its increased night life and amenities. Compared to 1969 where Flic en Flac was just a regular beach village, today this same village has grown and developed a lot to the point that on Friday and Saturday nights you can take up to 1 hour or more by car to reach there from Cascavelle, compared to 15 minutes in the past. The good thing is that this has brought many job opportunities to the villagers and the surrounding lands have even appreciated in value.

Flic en flac today has the best hotels of the island, including the long time reknown hotel of ‘La Pirogue’.

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