Tag:Flic en Flac

Feature
// 14/12/2015

The most popular beach in Mauritius is Flic en Flac beach. Besides tourists, during the weekends many Mauritians coming from towns like Quatre Bornes or Curepipe love this beach as well. Often they bring their guitar and drums, you will find out that the weekends on the Flic en Flac beach will be celebrated! The…

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Entertainment
// 30/11/2015

Are you staying in Flic en Flac during your holiday and are you trying to make a planning for your holiday? Read here all the top 5 weekly activities in Flic en Flac and around, so you are always at the right place at the right time. Daytime activities Horse races in Port Louis Every Saturday from March…

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Entertainment
// 13/11/2015

Located close to Flic en Flac is shopping mall Cascavelle. Cascavelle hosts a big supermarket, electronic and clothing shops, a library, a food court, a discotheque, a kart court and lots more. Therefore, Cascavelle is a good place to buy your groceries and hang out in the evening. What’s there? Shopping mall Cascavelle is a…

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Food & Drinks
// 05/11/2015
Domaine Anna dish

Flic en Flac offers a variety of restaurants. Indian, Thai, Chinese, Creole, European.. you will find it all! Are you on holiday on a budget? No problem! In Flic en Flac you will find enough of affordable restaurants. We made a list of restaurants in Flic en Flac. Our personal favourites: Zub Express and Rib…

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Entertainment
// 13/10/2015

Is there a nightlife going on in Flic en Flac? For sure there is during the weekends. There are several dancing bars in Flic en Flac village on the boulevard. The most famous one for now is on the boulevard; bar Shotz. Newcomer Lakaz at Cascavelle is the place to socialize and Kenzibar is your…

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Food & Drinks
// 12/10/2015
Kenzibar entrance

It may sounds strange, but this small bar, named Kenzibar is a must see during your holiday, because it’s here where you will get the holiday feeling. Facebook page Holiday atmosphere The bar is located near the Spar in Flic en Flac. You will notice it’s typically African, with wooden furniture and green, yellow and…

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