"Hit the banana lounge for some deep-dish island relaxation."
Mauritius is the most accessible island in the Indian Ocean - a tropical paradise akin to Maui or Martinique but more budget-traveller friendly. Though nestled up alongside Africa, it's actually more influenced by its British and French ties and predominantly Indian workforce.
Few who come here ever leave disappointed - the lively and warm people, the relaxed vibes and the music of everyday life are likely to leave an even greater impression on any visitor than even the most sumptuous palmfringed beaches, luxurious hotels and crystal-clear waters.” The Lonely Planet Travel Guide
Resting on the flank of the Le Morne Mountain, which was recently declared a World Unesco Heritage Site, Villa Talassa offers everything you would need for a heavenly getaway: Breathtaking views of the Indian Ocean, close proximity to some of the most beautiful beaches on the island, all with home comforts of a serviced villa sleeping 2 to 8 people.
Located on the South-western tip of the island, far from the bustling and more crowded beaches of the North, Le Morne offers some of the island’s most unspoiled beaches. Whether you are looking to simply relax on white sandy beaches, or in the mood for something more active, Le Morne has everything you need: boat trips, kite surfing, wake-boarding water skiing are all easily available through independent providers based at the Beach or in the neighbouring villages of La Gaulette and Souillac.
With 4 double bedrooms (of which 3 are ensuite), a separate bathroom, large family room, a fully equipped kitchen and garage, the Villa offers comfortable accommodation for up to 8 people. Built to take maximum advantage of the balmy tropical weather, the Villa has a large outdoor living area, surrounded by a large 160° pool, with a magnificent panoramic view of the Indian Ocean
Maid service is provided for 3 hours 3 times a week – For groceries or quick snack, La Gaulette village is a convenient 10 minutes away, while more serious shopping and a bevy of restaurants can be found a little further in the commercial centres of the neighbouring towns of Tamarin and Black-River.