Villa Bel Air 200 m from beach
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Villa / 6 bedrooms / sleeps 12
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Villa / 6 bedrooms / sleeps 12
Villa Bel Air is a spacious newly built privately owned villa. It is located in a pleasant, quiet and relaxing place which is suitable for both holiday makers and children. It is situated in the north of the paradise island of Mauritius largely untouched by tourism and only 200m walk from the public beach of Grand Gaube which is the sunniest part of the country. Grand Gaube is also known as the fishermen village and from the beach you can see the delightful small islands of Coin de Mire, Ile Ronde and Ilot Gabriel.
The villa has been designed to be family friendly with a large private pool (24h/24) and a baby pool ideal for relaxation.
It can accommodate 12 people and has all the modern conveniences.
On the ground floor, there is a spacious master bedroom fully air conditioned with ensuite and 2 other double bedrooms with ceiling fans. There is also a family bathroom, an open plan living with a dining room, a modern fully equipped kitchen,
On the first floor, there is a spacious master bedroom fully air conditioned with en suite and 2 other double bedrooms with ceiling fans. There is also a family bathroom, an open plan living with a dining room, a modern kitchen and a terrace
Outside there is a garden, a sun bathing area near the swimming pool, a BBQ area and a terrace with outdoor table and chairs
For no supplement, our housekeeper is available 1 x / week. She will also prepare for you - on request - small Mauritian dishes neat and varied at a very small price.
The location of the property allows guests to have at hand all the entertainment and facilties needed for a dream holiday in Mauritius. Grand Gaube is one of the most beautiful beach of the island and you can see from the beach the "Coin de Mire Island", "Round Island" and " Gabriel Island" and the villa is only a short walk away from the glorious beach.
From the main road, you can catch the bus to drop you at Grand Baie, Port-louis, Goodlands or Cap malheureux.
10 minutes walk from the house there is a 'debarcadere' harbour where the fishing boats land their catch early morning and a public beach.
If your dream is to spend quality time in Mauritius and enjoy the sea, sand and sun, and you are looking to stay in a nice clean villa close to the beach, then this is what we can offer you at an affordable price.
Pick up and drop off from the airport can be arrange at a small charge as well as excursions around the island where you will discover all the hidden beautiful spots at a reasonable price. You will be able to see all the beautiful spots of the island and travel like a local.
Six Bedroom Villa equipped with:
* Private swimming pool with a baby pool
* Sun loungers
* Dining table on the terrace
* Sunset facing sea view balcony
* Free internet access (wired and wireless)
* Burglar Alarm security
* 2 Open plan kitchen/Living/dining room
* 4 Bathrooms
* 2 Gas cookers
* 2 Microwaves with grill
* Mini-oven with grill
* 2 Fridge/freezers
* Kettle & Toaster
* Coffee maker
* TV/ DVD player
* Radio/CD Player
* 2 Washing machines
* 4 Ceiling fans
* Iron and Ironing Board
* Hair Dryers
* Free parking & Barbecue area
Facilities nearby Include:
Supermarkets, Restaurants, Snack Bars, Diving Schools, Water Sports, Golf, deep-sea fishing, scuba diving, parasailing, Car Hire, Taxis and Bus Stop for Public Transport at only 200m from the villa
We are a family run business and our aim is to make sure that our guests feel very much at home and are well taken care of by providing them with the best possible service
Places you can visit near the villa:
Grand Bay (12 minutes drive),
You will find - among other things - restaurants, clubs, diving clubs, fishing, windsurfing, water skiing, boat glass bottom boat rides, leave for the day Catamaran to Gabriel island with barbecue on the island.
The Red Roof Chapel, Cap Malheureux (10 mins drive)
Cap Malheureux is the most northerly point of the island and the place where General John Abercrombie landed his troops when the British first attacked the island. A tiny chapel famous for its red roof, the Notre Dame Auxiliatrice – commonly known as the Red Roof Chapel – is worth a quick visit. Be sure to look out for its intricate interior woodwork and for its holy-water basin fashioned out of a giant clamshell.
Trou aux Biches (25min drive), 18 hole golf course, tennis, etc ...
Pereybere (10 min drive),
Beautiful beach, restaurants, etc ...Interesting places,
Labourdonnais Castle (10 minutes drive), from 1859 (life in Mauritius in the nineteenth century)
Discover a wealth of tropical fruit trees, colourful and exotic-scented flowers at this beautiful orchard, close to Grand Baie.
After a busy day viewing the anthuriums, bougainvillas and hibiscuses, sample the orchard's freshly-made jams and fruit juices.
Sir Seewoosagur Ramgoolam (SSR) Botanical Gardens (15 min drive)
Re-named in 1988 in recognition of the much-loved Prime Minister who led his country to independence 20 years earlier, the SSR Botanical Gardens are one of north Mauritius' most visited tourist attractions.
Famed for their giant Victoria amazonica water lilies, whose gargantuan leaves expand as wide as three metres in diameter, and for the amazing Talipot – a plant that flowers only once every 30 to 100 years – the gardens also feature some fine example of mahogany trees and rare Latanier palms from Madagascar.Not far away, seeing adventure sugar (Sugar Museum).
There is more to Pamplemousses than its delightful botanical gardens. Deriving its original name from the Pamplemoussier citrus plant that was imported by the Dutch who first colonised Mauritius in the 17th Century, this northern town has a rich historical past. Interesting places to visit nearby in Pamplemousses include the Old Cemetery, the 18th Century Saint François of Assises Church, and L'Aventure du Sucre: a fascinating museum that chronicles the history of the Mauritian sugar industry while offering additional insight into the island's wider history, including slavery and rum production
Paul et Virginie Monument, Poudre d'Or (10 mins drive)
The most famous story in Mauritius folklore, 'Paul et Virginie' was inspired by the shipwreck of the St Géran, which came to a watery end just off the north-east coast at Poudre d'Or. A small monument marks the spot where the boat sunk.
Legend has it that while Paul, the son of a slave, waited for Virginie, his bourgeois sweetheart, to return from overseas, her boat the St Géran floundered on the rocks. Paul apparently swam out to his lover, but she modestly refused to remove her clothing to swim back to shore with him. Eventually her Victorian clothes dragged her down into the depths and she was drowned. Paul subsequently died of a broken heart.
Port Louis, the capital city (35 minutes drive), with its central market, quaint shops, and Caudan Waterfront (boutiques, restaurants, casino ...).
Other typical areas of the island are to be seen, Ferney Valley, Domaine du Chasseur, Casela Park, Rochester falls, Crocodile Park, Temples Tamil ... And all the beaches of the island, Le Morne, Flic en Flac Blue Bay, etc ... A list of places to visit, restaurants, tips, is available at the villa. For your convenience, our Dev driver can arrange on-demand to show you around the island at the best price
|Size||Sleeps up to 12, 6 bedrooms|
|Nearest beach||Grand Gaube Beach 200 m|
|Nearest Amenities||1 km|
|Family friendly||Great for children of all ages|
|Notes||No pets allowed, No smoking at this property|
Features and Facilities
|Luxuries||Internet access, DVD player, Sea view|
|Pool||Private outdoor pool (unheated), Children's pool|
|General||Air conditioning, TV, CD player, Telephone, Safe, Satellite TV, Wi-Fi available|
|Standard||Kettle, Toaster, Iron, Hair dryer|
|Utilities||Clothes dryer, Cooker, Microwave, Fridge, Freezer, Washing machine|
|Rooms||6 bedrooms, 4 bathrooms of which 2 Family bathrooms and 2 En suites|
|Furniture||Double beds (6), Cots (1), Dining seats for 12, Lounge seats for 12|
|Other||Linen provided, Towels provided, High chair|
|Outdoors||Private outdoor pool (unheated), Balcony or terrace, Private garden, BBQ|
The Riviere du Rempart District
Mauritius is known as the pearl of the Indian ocean for its sunny weather, splendid sand beaches and breath taking scenery, making it an ideal holiday destination for families and experienced travellers alike.
Grand gaube is also known as the fishermen village. 10 minutes walk from the villa there is a 'debarcadere' harbour where the fishing boats land their catch early morning and a public beach.
You have all the amenities nearby: hairdresser, florist, shops, pharmacy, restaurants, hotels, bars, bus stops, football play ground, police station, mini market and church.
A short ride about 12 minutes by car or bus to Grand Baie where there is the main tourists attractions, night life and buzz.
Grand Gaube is one of the most beautiful beach of the island and you can see from the beach the "Coin de Mire Island", "Round Island"
and " Gabriel Island" and the beautiful sunset. The villa is only a short walk away from the glorious beach (200m) and the location of the
property allows guests to have at hand all the entertainment and facilties needed for a dream holiday in Mauritius.
Things to do in Grand Gaube: visit to Ilot Gabriel and Pointe Bernache,, diving experience, kite surfing and Island wings- ride by helicopter to view the island from the sky.
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