Flic en Flac, which was once an idyllic little beach town, is one of the most popular tourist areas in Mauritius second to Grand Baie. With its name translating to 'Free and Flat Land', which used to be an old Dutch proverb, Flic en Flac originally started out as a fishing village which was a hunting ground for wild birds and ducks. Situated on the west coast of Mauritius, the Flic en Flac beach is the foremost frequented tourist destination in the area with miles of sand and azure waters.
An 8-kilometre wide beach with a range of watersports, the Flic en Flac boasts long stretches of casuarina trees lining the entire west-facing waterfront. The northern side of flic en flac is a little rocky beach, while the southern side gives you an enchanting view of Tamarin Bay nestled at the foothills of a rocky mountain.
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