Enjoy a colourful, Creole lifestyle holiday, with private beach and half board included. Welcome to the blue lagoon of Calodyne where airy, white accommodation awaits in this small, ocean-view resort with a pool and outdoor lounge beds and sun-loungers. Meanwhile, the bays to the north are a real sight for scuba divers!
Facts & Facilities
22 x Deluxe Room
9 x 2-Bedroom Family Suite
23 x 3-Bedroom Family Suite
This modern, colourful estate awaits by the lagoon of Calodyne with its own small private beach under palm trees, where guests of the resorts can relax on sun-loungers under parasols while the kids jump right into the water. White, two-storey buildings and a pop-art style in the lounge and bar promise a relaxing holiday, while four comfortable room categories with ground-floor terraces or first-floor balconies are available. Enjoy your breakfast buffet at the ocean-view Coin de Mire restaurant, or pay a visit to the beach bar, the pool table, the wooden decking, or the floating island of the centrally-located pool. Or, if you’d like to relax on an outdoor lounge bed, why not spend the whole day there relaxed while your children (3 - 12 years old) enjoy the Kids Club? If you’d like something a little more active then make use of the wide range of leisure activities on offer. Borrow a kayak and head out for the water, take part in a sailing excursion, go snorkelling or scuba diving (there is a diving school affiliated with the resort), or rent a bike and head up to Cap Malheureux from Calodyne. Tired muscles will enjoy the spa room, where the range of wellness treatments and massages on offer is huge. Here, you can rest up for the evening when the estate’s entertainment will start, with sega rhythms, live music, belly dancing, or fire shows. The party lifestyle certainly belongs to any Mauritius holiday!
- Enjoy an exclusive thalgo beauty treatment in the spa!
- Discover the ocean in a kayak, which you can rent for free as part of your stay.
- Half pension is on offer, allowing you to enjoy a buffet on the ocean-view terrace.
- Relaxation is made easy here with outdoor lounge beds and sun-loungers around the pool and at the private beach.
The north-east coast contains small villages, sugar cane fields, pine forests, and hidden bays aplenty. Away from the popular Grand Baie, you can discover lots of less developed sides to the island. Take a boat tour over to a nearby islands or head to one of the numerous beaches, from La Cuvette over Pereybère and Bain Boeuf to Grand Gaube, where you can enjoy watersports or simply relax. Why not take a diving tour to the rocks of Coin de Mire/Gunner’s Coin, where you can also see parrot fish and maybe even hammerhead sharks. Seaview Calodyne lies around 6 km away from Cap Malheureux, home to the picturesque chapel of Notre Dame Auxiliatrice, which is one of the classic excursion destinations in the region, and offers stunning views as well. Goodlands is also worth a visit to see its market, where you can buy fresh fruit and vegetables, or take a trip to the Historic Marine where you can take a look at a model of the legendary “Bounty”.