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Mahebourg, on the south-east coast of Mauritius, is saturated in historical sites and museums evident of a rich colonial heritage. The small former capital city of Mauritius reflects a medieval appearance and is beautifully framed by the dramatic Lion Mountain.
Mahebourg is blessed with awesome natural beauty with peaceful rivers, a splendid port and scenic bay making for pleasing visual attraction hence its popularity as a tourist destination. Visitors can find a variety of accommodation options which includes quaint inns, guest-houses, self-catering apartments as well as up-scale hotels. There are some marvellous restaurants serving fresh fish brought in from the local fishermen, delightful little shops and street peddlers selling all sorts of aromatic spices and Mauritian delicacies, and lively colourful markets displaying their produce and local crafts.
Mahebourg boasts a casino and a fantastic waterfront with winding paths, wonderful for an evening stroll whilst absorbing the calm surroundings and spectacular sunsets, and a peaceful jetty overlooking... Show more