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Flic en Flac Beach

Listed under Beaches in Mauritius.

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You have to work at getting onto this beach but it looks like it would be worth it if you can, it’s a stretch of white coral sand fringed with palms and casuarina trees on one side and shallow reefs on the other which have captured a few wrecks to keep divers and snorkelers enthralled.

Arrive by boat and bring your own snacks and drinks, the facilities are only for guests of the snazzy resort. The town gets quite a lot of visitors, the brochure photos make it an easy sell, and has the kind of amenities which make it more comfortable for some people, good restaurants, shops, casinos and clubs

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