Blue Penny Museum
Although dedicated to the world-famous Mauritian one-penny and two-pence stamps of 1847, the Blue Penny Museum is far more wide ranging...
Mahé de Labourdonnais Statue
At the quayside end of Place S Bissoondoyal, the best-loved statue in the city has become its emblem throughout Mauritius.
Mauritius Postal Museum
This interesting museum beside the central post office houses a mishmash of commemorative stamps and other postal paraphernalia from...
This is Port Louis' biggest and best cinema, with three screens offering mainstream international releases. Films are generally dubbed...
Atmospheric Namaste serves up excellent North Indian specialities such as tandooris, tikkas and butter chicken. Try for a balcony table....
Le Capitaine information
Small, stylish and reasonably priced, Le Capitaine serves up good if unexciting food on its pretty outdoor terrace with great views back to the city centre. Seafood and Mauritian classics are on offer, with the usual suspects such as chicken curry and grilled dorada in residence.