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+ – Visit the Flacq Market
The Flacq Market is one of the largest open-air markets in Mauritius. It is a great place to experience local culture, shop for fresh produce, spices, textiles, and handmade crafts. The market is particularly lively on Wednesdays and Sundays.

+ – Relax on Belle Mare Beach
Belle Mare is one of the most beautiful beaches in Mauritius, known for its white sandy shores and clear turquoise waters. It’s perfect for swimming, sunbathing, and water sports like snorkeling and windsurfing.

+ – Explore Île aux Cerfs
A short boat ride from the east coast, Île aux Cerfs is a popular island destination known for its stunning beaches, water sports, and an 18-hole golf course. You can spend the day relaxing, engaging in water activities, or enjoying a meal at one of the island’s restaurants.

+ – Visit Bras d’Eau National Park
This national park offers beautiful trails for hiking and bird-watching. You can explore the diverse flora and fauna, including endemic species, and enjoy the tranquil environment of the forest and coastal areas.

+ – Explore the Waterfalls at Grand River South East
The Grand River South East (GRSE) is known for its picturesque waterfall, which can be visited by taking a boat tour. The trip often includes opportunities for swimming and snorkeling.

+ – Golfing at Anahita
For golf enthusiasts, the Anahita Golf Club offers an 18-hole championship course designed by Ernie Els. The course provides stunning views of the ocean and the surrounding landscape.

+ – Enjoy Watersports and Diving
The east coast of Mauritius is ideal for watersports. You can go snorkeling, scuba diving, kite surfing, and parasailing. The coral reefs and marine life make for excellent underwater experiences.

+ – Visit Hindu Temples
Flacq is home to several beautiful Hindu temples. The Sagar Shiv Mandir on Poste de Flacq is particularly notable for its serene location by the sea. Visiting these temples provides insight into the local culture and religious practices.

+ – Take a Catamaran Cruise
Enjoy a day out on the water with a catamaran cruise. Many tours offer snorkeling stops, beach barbecues, and visits to small islands and lagoons around the east coast.

+ – Explore the Local Cuisine
Don’t miss the chance to sample the local cuisine. Try traditional Mauritian dishes at local restaurants or food stalls. Specialties include dholl puri, farata, seafood curries, and fresh tropical fruits.

+ – Quad Biking and Adventure Tours
For a bit of adventure, you can go quad biking or take guided tours through the sugarcane fields, forests, and mountainous areas around Flacq. These tours often provide unique views and experiences of the island’s interior.

Flacq offers a mix of natural beauty, cultural richness, and exciting activities, making it a wonderful destination for travelers looking to experience the best of Mauritius.

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