The city of Mahébourg invites tourists for a walk in its beautiful cobble-stone waterfront, where local fishermen spend their days on their wooden pirogues. On Monday’s bazaar, very close to the bay, you’ll find local handicrafts, fresh produce and limitless street food. There is a Naval History Museum, portraying the story of the battles fought in that same bay between the French Navy and the Royal Navy, as well as a presentation of our famous teak wood ship models built by Mauritian hands. In Biscuiterie Rault you’ll find a small but prestigious family-run business that creates biscuits out of manioc flour, the only one in the world! See the process from plant to packaging in their traditional factory and finish the tour with a biscuit degustation. The place is nearby to the centre. Big supermarket nearby. 5 min from fishing, post office, bus stop and the airport.