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About the Project

Villas Valriche resort on the island of Mauritius is currently one of the top residential golfing projects, as confirmed by numerous awards such as the International Property Awards for the  Best Golf Development and the Best Safe Home in Africa, as well as the title of the  Best Residential Golf Resort, the Best Long Haul Golf Resort and also placement in the TOP 10 Best Luxury Developments in the World. It goes without saying that natural conditions contribute to a great extent to this success, i.e. pleasant weather all year round and the fact that the developer decided to build this unique resort in the Domaine de Bel Ombre area in the south-western part of the island, consisting of some of the most beautiful beaches in the world, vast pristine national parks and countless plant and animal species. Moreover, the International Airport in  Plaine Magnien is a mere 40 minutes away.

The entire project is set in a slightly sloping terrain between the Indian Ocean and Plaine Champagne hills in the vicinity of top golf courses. The Golf du Château  9-hole Academy and championship 18-hole course of the Heritage Golf Club, designed by renowned golf architect Peter Matkovich, has already for the second time in a row won the title of the  Leading Golf Resort on the Island. It can also boast the title of th  Best Golf Course in the Indian Ocean Region and a place in the TOP 10 Best Golf Courses in Africa according to a renowned CNN poll. For that matter, it was right here where the prestigious AfrAsia Bank Mauritius Open was organised for the first time, together with three of the top professional golf competitions - the European Tour, Asian Tour and Sunshine Tour - with participation by international golfing elite.

In addition to golf courses, the Frédérica Nature Reserve adjoins the resort area. The 2 500 hectares of the Reserve rise up from the sandy beaches to an altitude of 400 metres above sea level. Residents can thus enjoy the beautiful vista of superbly designed greens virtually a few steps from all the residences, as well as the surrounding picturesque landscape with lush tropical vegetation and the backdrop of the Indian Ocean.

After the completion of the project, 288 detached villas in 28 different natural designs with living areas ranging from 150 m² to spacious residences of more than 400 m² will be located on a private parcel of 210 hectares. Interiors are also designed in a style reflecting the tropical flora and fauna, where modern design combines with elements inspired by the colonial history of the island. Each of the residences is surrounded by a cultivated garden with diverse vegetation. There are also a private swimming pool, a large observation terrace with grill and bar, as well as a garden pavilion, again with décor in natural materials and tropical plants. A private garage is standard.  All this is provided on plots in standard sizes ranging from 700 to 2 500 m² that can be mutually connected. Therefore even plots sized more than 5 000 m² need be no exception.

The attractions and comforts of the resort are further enhanced by the proximity to the ocean. The magnificent sandy beaches gradually slope down to shallow turquoise lagoons. The high-end base with Reception and park in Château de Bel Ombre, dating from the end of the 19th century, is the meeting place for residents and guests. There are tennis courts, stylish restaurants, offering both Mauritian specialities and international cuisine, and of course cafés, bars and souvenir shops are not absent. Classic shopping centres with fashion boutiques of world brands can be found in the vicinity too. All residents can also use the services of two five-star hotels, a gym and wellness centre, as well as a private Beach Club.

Thanks to the developer’s generosity, Villas Valriche resort with every luxury and top quality facilities has become the best address on the island, providing abundant peace and privacy, while simultaneously offering numerous types of sporting activities and entertainment.

Masterplan of the resort:


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