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Villa rental in Mauritius offers you a gateway to an island paradise like no other. For those in search of heavenly, white sand beaches, lined by gently swaying palms and surrounded by turquoise lagoons, it's hard to beat the leafy paradise of Mauritius. From the livelier spots in the north to the unspoiled beaches of the east, Villanovo have chosen an exquisite selection of luxury villas, many with direct access to the beach, for you to enjoy beside the beautiful Indian Ocean.
Our villa specialists have handpicked some of the finest luxury villas in all of Mauritius. These dazzling holiday rentals can be found in the most sought-after beachfront locations and provide our guests with a haven of peace away from home in glorious splendour. Elegant private swimming pools and luxuriant tropical gardens meet tasteful décor in keeping with the local aesthetic and high-end amenities to ensure your stay in Mauritius is as leisurely and fuss-free as you hope.
At Villanovo, we understand that our clients are individual with their own tastes and preferences. That's why we have selected a diverse range of luxury properties to match every taste and requirement. Whether you're looking for a private gym or spa, games rooms or tennis courts, a stunning sea view or to be in walking range of the national parks, our collection of luxury villas and beautiful houses is sure to have something for you and your loved ones.
At Villanovo we take great pride in knowing that our guests have enjoyed the holiday in Mauritius that they wished for. That's why we offer the extra service of a dedicated concierge to assist you in the planning and smooth-running of your holiday.
With years of experience, local knowledge and contacts, our concierge can help to take the stress and guesswork out of planning the holiday that you and your loved ones deserve. Whether you would like help in arranging airport transfer, car or boat rental, tips on the best restaurants to visit, finding a babysitter or something extra special you might have in mind, our concierge team is on hand to provide all the know-how necessary.
Speak to us today and see how we can help to make your holiday in Mauritius everything you deserve.
Although Mauritius is an island small enough to experience in its entirety in one stay, there are specific locations favoured by visitors who arrive in search for different experiences.
For example, Le Morne, located in the southwest tip of Mauritius, is known for its picturesque landscape and beautiful beaches, as well as being home to the UNESCO World Heritage Site "Le Morne Brabant," a beautiful, historically significant mountain. Le Morne is ideal for those who are interested in water sports activities like surfing, kitesurfing, and snorkelling as well as exploring nature with hiking trails. Meanwhile, those who prefer good restaurants and bars and a livelier nightlife might opt for the popular Grand Baie, also offering various water sports activities such as windsurfing, sailing, and water skiing.
Situated on the west coast of Mauritius, Flic en Flac is known for its white sandy beaches and calm, clear waters. It is an ideal destination for families, couples, and honeymooners due to its serene atmosphere. Flic en Flac offers various leisure activities like dolphin watching, snorkelling, and diving. watersports enthusiasts may also opt for the east-coast favourite Belle Mare. Known for its pristine beaches and luxurious resorts, it is a perfect destination for relaxation and rejuvenation, offering high-end spas and manicured golf courses. Belle Mare is also a great spot for snorkelling and diving, with its beautiful coral reefs and rich marine life.
Other favourite spots include Trou aux Biches - known for its long stretch of white sandy beach and calm waters, making it ideal for swimming and water sports and great diving spots - and Tamarin, where the inland part houses a famous golf resort and the coast offers plenty to please surfers and dolphin watchers alike.
At Villanovo, we have carefully chosen wonderful holiday homes and elegant villas in all four corners of the island, to provide you with a selection to suit your preferences, wherever they may lead you.
Mauritius is an island of infinite pleasures, with countless activities to enjoy. Here are a few of our favourites...
Hit the hiking trails: there's more to Mauritius than iconic beaches and stunning azure lagoons. It also conceals a rich and well-preserved natural landscape, waiting to be explored via its myriad hiking trails. Ascend the imposing Le Morne Brabant, towering over 550 metres above sea level, and be rewarded with unparalleled views of the shimmering turquoise bay and pristine sandy shores below. Or get deep into lush and untamed vegetation at the Black River Gorges National Park, where a wealth of delightful hiking paths await, suitable for all abilities, such as the enchanting Piton Canot trail.
Rent a boat and delight in a day at sea while uncovering treasures like the celebrated Île aux Cerfs, the charming northern islets of Île Plate and Île Gabriel, or the idyllic Île aux Bénitiers, where you may be lucky enough to encounter dolphins, each a tiny paradise waiting to be discovered. This delightful adventure on the waves promises to enchant every member of the family.
Try your hand at kitesurf and more: Mauritius' idyllic island climate makes it a flawless destination for an array of exhilarating water sports, including surfing, kitesurfing, windsurfing, and wingfoil. Le Morne's beach, at the south-westernmost tip of the island, stakes a strong claim for being one of the world's premier spots to pursue such activities, while Anse la Raie and Belle Mare also offer plenty of opportunity to get your heartrate up.
Sample the local cuisine: there's little point in travelling if you don't sample the best of what the local culture has to offer. And in the case of Mauritius, its local gastronomy offers a fascinating experience. A cuisine indebted to influences as diverse as Indian, French, English and Chinese, alongside its own dishes. As an island, it goes without saying that seafood takes centre stage, with crab and octopus firm favourites. The Indian influenced vindaye and the creole rougaille offer a real treat for the tastebuds.