Carlos Bay - Mauritius

Mauritius: Dream destination

The island is situated at the heart of the Indian Ocean and is ideally located in terms of air traffic and time zones. Mauritius is a perfect example in terms of economic and political stability, social harmony and racial tolerance.

A former French and British colony and now an upscale tourist destination combining tropical beauty, moderate tropical climate and modern facilities - Mauritius offers a unique multicultural experience and an innate sense of hospitality.

The country is now recognised on the international market as a safe destination for real estate purchase. Mauritius is also known to be attractive for those looking for the perfect blend of a place to work and live, as a second home or simply an island getaway.

An endless summer

Sheltered from the prevailing winds, the westcoast of Mauritius is the sunniest of the island all year round.

You will be surrounded by idyllic beaches, protected lagoons and lush nature - representative of a typical tropical island. You will have everything you need for a satisfying life.

Active living, relaxation, land and water sports, world-class golf courses, eco-tourism activities and deep-sea fishing are only a few steps away from your residence. You will also find luxury shops, supermarkets, local, ethnic and gourmet restaurants, bars and nightclubs nearby.

The good life

Tamarin is the perfect example of a harmonious modern island development, influenced by beauty and the search for the highest standard of living. The village has gained luxurious residential development without losing its coastal charm.

Tamarin is famous for its salt pans, unique silver beach and rolling waves favoured by surfers. All the necessities for a functional day-to-day life can be found nearby: international schools, medical services, fitness clubs and commercial centres.

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Carlos Bay
Carlos Bay
Carlos Bay

This is an approved project by the Board of Investment under the Investment Promotion (Real Estate Development Scheme) regulations 2007.