Coastal Lifestyle

Year-round summer elegance, a touch of La Dolce Vita, a palette of refined pleasures, cosmopolitan warmth, Azuri is destined to be the most sought-after holiday destination in the Indian Ocean.

Evocative of an exotic version of the French or Italian Riviera, Azuri offers genuine comfort in an atmosphere of freshness and light. Effortlessly chic, appealing and summery, redesigned and refreshed, the ingredients for living by the sea have been encapsulated here.

 

ALL THE BENEFITS OF LIVING BY THE SEA!

 

Breathe deeply: seaside air is reputed to be good for the health as it is rich in negative ions and loaded with iodine. Negative ions work on the human body to provide well-being and relaxation. They relieve the effects of ailments such as asthma, fatigue, depression and migraines. Iodine is quite simply indispensable for proper functioning of the thyroid gland. It plays an important role in the growth and development of the brain. There is also good news for your figure: iodine naturally promotes weight loss. So when you walk by the sea, breathe deeply!

Catch some rays: the ocean is often synonymous with good weather; if this is so, the sun’s effects can enhance those of the sea. The sun acts first on one’s morale; people who are exposed to the sun have a better mood compared to others. The sun also has a positive effect on the bones, as ultraviolet B rays promote the formation of vitamin D, which in turn acts to bind calcium to fortify the skeleton and limit the risk of bone fractures. Finally, sun exposure significantly decreases feelings of fatigue. One must, however, not expose oneself too often or for too long, and should always use sunscreen products when going into the sun.

Take a plunge: you may have come to the beach with the idea of unwinding and laying in the sun. Go for a swim in the ocean! Rich in mineral salts and trace elements, seawater is naturally beneficial for the skin’s epidermis. It also aids in healing wounds and clearing respiratory airways. A daily 20-minute bathing session will do wonders.

Azuri invites you to experience sweet island living, its very own definition of la Dolce Vita, in a more exotic version.

 

HOW TO LIVE “LA DOLCE VITA”?

 

1. Find your piece of paradise.
To fully experience “La Dolce Vita”, it is essential that one begins by leaving it all behind; then finding an exotic place to go to; and, finally, inventing a new way to live the simple life.

2. Enjoy the scenery.
Caught up in the speed of life, one does not necessarily take time to observe what is happening around them. Breathe….it’s time to open your eyes. Nestled between an azure sky and turquoise sea, Azuri will amaze you.

The village, designed in a pure architectural style, delivers exceptional living opportunities that stimulate the senses, providing a compelling and functional platform for the growth of a truly sustainable place to live.

3. Love, meet and share.
One can live “La Dolce Vita” alone, but more important are spontaneous encounters and sharing with others. Gatherings are constantly happening between Mauritians and foreigners, friends and acquaintances, residents and visitors, at the heart of the village which vibrates year-round. Many foreign residents have left the frenzy of European life, animated by the prospect of pursuing a new adventure embodied by a professional activity on the island.

4. Appreciate and savour.
Fragrances, spices, textures, flavours… the restaurants and bars of the village offer a veritable culinary taste of the islands!

5. Do what you please.
In addition to the wide range of sea and land activities available on site, a calendar of events scheduled throughout the year proposes a variety of unforgettable moments, placing Azuri at the heart of an entire region.

A country known for its warm climate and even warmer hospitality, Mauritius has always prided itself in having created a ‘rainbow nation’ with a diversity of cultures and traditions, religions and languages in a spirit of peace and harmony; a reflection of the surroundings nature has bestowed upon it.

Despite Mauritius having nearly 200 km of stunning coast line Azuri is one of very few locations available where it is possible to acquire freehold, rather than leasehold property, on the oceanfront within close call of the capital and Grand Baie. The north of the island also benefits from a superior road network, providing trouble-free and quick journey times to shopping, medical facilities and nightlife.