Flacq is a district of Mauritius, situated in the east of the island. The capital is Centre de Flacq. It is the largest district, having an area of 298 km², and as of 2000 has a population of 126,839.
This district houses the village of Flacq, which is well known for its market. This market is on most tourist brochures.
There is also the small village of trou d'eau douce, from where visitors take boats for tours on Ile aux cerfs island
BelleMare plage beach, an exotic beach with white sand and nice lagoon attracts a lot of mauritians and tourists. Leading internationally reputed hotels namely O&O Le Saint Geran, Belle Mare Plage, Le Prince Maurice and others are found on the coastline of the Flacq district.
Sir Seewoosagur Ramgoolam Botanical Garden
With over 8,000 specimens of 800 different species of palms and plants encompassing 37 hectares, the Sir Seewoosagur Ramgoolam Botanical Garden is well worth a visit.
L’Aventure du Sucre
Discover the fascinating role of Mauritius’ sugar cane history on the island at this interactive exhibition located in the centre of a restored factory.
An interesting geological attraction, commonly referred to as Seven Coloured Earth, Chamarel features an undulating ground of varied coloured sand, swirled with patches of blue, green, red, purple and yellow earth, apparently caused by the weathering of volcanic rocks. The nearby Chamarel waterfall emerges from the moors and primeval vegetation and is startlingly beautiful.