Ile aux Cerfs

Ile aux Cerfs Mauritius by hessbeck ShutterstockThe uninhabited Ile aux Cerfs has miles upon miles of gorgeous beaches © hessbeck, Shutterstock

Head to this uninhabited island of pristine white sand for glorious beaches, fantastic watersports and a superb golf course.

Off Trou d’Eau Douce lies Ile aux Cerfs, an uninhabited island which has been transformed into a tourist attraction, with miles of beaches, numerous watersports and a handful of restaurants. It is marketed as a ‘paradise island’ and is a popular excursion but many travellers find it too touristy and overpriced. The island has a total area of 300ha, much of which has been transformed into the superb Le Touessrok Golf Course.

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