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La Isla Bénitiers: Un toque esmeralda a la laguna turquesa del suroeste

Un islote boscoso al suroeste de Mauricio, la Isla Bénitiers, se extiende sobre 500 hectáreas, a 500 metros de los pueblos de Grande Case Noyale y La Gaulette.

Tiene una longitud de dos kilómetros, a lo largo del eje norte-sur, y posee un ancho máximo de 500 metros.

La isla Bénitiers debe su nombre a la preciosa concha de almeja transformada por los misioneros en una pila de agua bendita. Puede ser propiedad privada, pero su playa, una franja de arena cubierta y descubierta caprichosamente por el océano, se abre a todo el mundo. Las magníficas playas se hunden en las aguas cristalinas con las que soñaría cualquier Robinson moderno.

A 500 metros al oeste de la Isla Bénitiers descansa otra atracción que adorna las lagunas del suroeste:  Crystal Rock. Parece un cristal flotando sobre el océano. Uno puede fácilmente nadar alrededor o escalarlo mientras inmortaliza este momento con una cámara.

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