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Grand Port, Maurice
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Villa Anse Jonchée – This villa is located on a huge plot with the and offers the peculiarity of having a second house on the below side of the mini domain. The houses have a magnificent view of the lagoon and a large, well-maintained swimming pool. The larger house has 4 bedrooms and two bathrooms. The smaller, but no less charming, has two bedrooms and a large living room. The whole gives direct access to the swimming pool. These two properties can also be rented jointly or individually. The property is located in a private complex on the royal road to Anse Jonchée.
With its magnificent lagoon, its view of the islets surrounded by turquoise waters, and of mountain ranges, Anse Jonchée has everything for eco-tourism. With around 200 inhabitants, Anse Jonchée is a place where two villages converge: Bois-des-Amourettes and Bambous-Virieux. It feels like another country, far from the busy life of other parts of the island. Several islets are spread beyond the lagoon, including Ile-aux-Fouquets, Ile-de-la-Passe and Ilot-Vacoas. One of the attractive places in the region is also the neighboring village, Bois-des Amourettes. This place has a magnificent pier of about 200 m, which was built during the naval battle of the Vieux-Grand-Port.
1 km from Anse Jonchée is found Mahebourg in the south-east of Mauritius in the district of Grand Port. This coastal town, whose vestiges of the past appear everywhere, as if it were absolutely determined to keep them intact, has an undeniable natural charm. This quiet little town located in a very picturesque region of the island has preserved its history as well as its natural charm. Before arriving there, you will already be spellbound by the captivating atmosphere of the roads that lead there. All in bloom, they will immerse you as soon as you arrive in Mahébourg in the heart of local traditions. Mahébourg is located opposite one of the most beautiful lagoons of the island, with the splendid seabed, in a magnificent bay, dotted with islands and islets. Among these small lands that emerge from the sea, Île aux Aigrettes, a reserve natural, definitely worth a visit.
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