Villa L’Ilot on Mauritius

Thursday, Sep 1, 2011




L’Ilot is a gorgeous villa located just of the coast of Mauritius. In this tropical paradise you can bath in luxury and style.




I’Ilot is a rock platform of 3100 m² situated on the lagoon, a 100 m approximately from the coastline of Mauritius. Access is via a rock and wood bridged causeway. Positioned on a sand bed and surrounded by filaos trees, this vast villa of almost 300 m² faces North-West, with its back to prevailing breezes.




The building and the its interiors are of a refined contemporary style in harmony with the beauty of this unique site: natural building materials, stone, white or weathered wood, raw concrete, inox, natural fabrics, linen, comfortable and adaptable furniture.




From every window you can look over the Indian ocean and waving trees.




The villa is privately owned but can be rented. You can find more information about rates here.




L’Ilot is a kingdom for crabs, winkles… and local fishermen. When the catch is good, the inhabitants of l’Ilot are also the happy beneficiaries since they can purchase calamari and small fish directly from the fishermen.





After a day in the sun, you sure will have a good night sleep in this stylish bedroom.




For more information and bookings you can visit L’Ilot’s website.




(images and information from L’Ilot)


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  • Venus

    As always, another destination that looks like heaven. Would love to escape to Africa and spend a few days in the “kingdom of crabs, winkles, and local fisherman”! #paradise

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