At the mouth of the Rivière des Créoles, Villa Anse Fauverelle was built using the ruins of an 18th century lime kiln. The old stones and reclaimed wood were preserved to maintain the authenticity of the place, creating a luxurious and friendly space.
The five en-suite bedrooms offer breathtaking views of the Vieux Grand Port lagoon and Lion Mountain. Villa Anse Fauverelle promises a total immersion in old Mauritius thanks to its unique architecture.
The region of Rivière des Créoles, Mahebourg and its surroundings are must-visit places to discover the history and culture of Mauritius. Located on the southeast coast of the island, this region is rich in heritage and offers numerous tourist activities. The village of Vieux Grand Port is located near Mahebourg and is considered the site of the first French colonization of Mauritius. Visitors can discover historical ruins and museums that tell the story of the island.