Discover some interesting places in Port Louis Mauritius
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Named after King Louis IV, Port Louis Mauritius’s capital is known as the busiest city in the country.
However, it is also the town where everything is available in terms of food, shopping centres, and cultural heritage.
Step into the heart of our capital Port-Louis Mauritius and discover Le Caudan Waterfront where you will encounter various local artisans at the Craft Market.
On your way down the craft market, don’t miss out on our unique sugar cane juice – ‘fangourin’!
You will stumble upon PEM, the sculptor whose soul resides in distinctive woodworks created out of magnificent trees.
Champ de Mars
Founded in 1812 and located in Port-Louis, Champ de Mars is the second-oldest racecourse in the world and is now the most popular sport in Mauritius.
The horse races are usually held on Saturdays where you can enjoy a live sporting event among the locals.
You can book VIP seats as well to get a better view from the top.
Central Market (Bazaar)
Known as “Bazaar Port Louis” or Port Louis Central Market to every Mauritian, the Bazaar is located along La Corderie street. Get fresh vegetables and fruits in the mornings!
If you want to take some souvenirs or gifts from your holidays, head over to the local artisans’ sections to get glass sculptures, musical instruments, and jewellery!
Mauritius Photography Museum
If you are a photophile like us, then the Mauritius photography museum should be on your list!
You will find some of the best collections of cameras and even historical photos taken on the island.
For more information on accommodations and hotels in Mauritius, you can click on the following link: https://booking.mauritius.com/