Shopping in Mauritius is truly unique. From the bustling marketplace, to the high-end store, in Mauritius there is something for everyone. And if you need more convincing, foreign visitors can shop tax free in any shop marked with a tax refund logo. More information below!


Malls in Mauritius:

Bagatelle Mall of Mauritius 

Known as the country’s leading shopping and retail destination, with over 150 shops it’s not hard to see why. Home to many of the most desirable brands this mall is definitely worth a visit for both high-end and high-street brands.

Phoenix Mall

Located in the centre of the island, this mall boasts 80 shops, with a mix of renowned local and international brands.

Caudan Waterfront

With over 160 shops ranging from jewellery to swim wear, this shopping centre is conveniently located in the centre of Port Louis and offers a unique shopping experience for both tourists and locals alike.


Mauritius Markets

Markets are an important part of Mauritian culture and visitors can enjoy mingling among the locals, tasting the famous street-food and shopping for souvenirs. 

Port Louis Central Market

Located in the capital city, this market is the most popular with tourists. The huge variety of goods on offer and the competitive price keeps both tourists and locals coming back.

Quatre- Bornes Market

Situated in the centre of Quatre-Bornes, this textile market which is very popular with locals and tourists is well worth a visit.

Flacq Market

Famous for being the largest outdoor market in Mauritius, some stalls open every day, but Wednesday and Sunday are the best days to see the market in full swing.

Mahebourg Market

Open every day, but doubling in size on Mondays, this market is known as the place to bag the best bargain.


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