Mauritius is an ideal family holiday destination, and at Constance Belle Mare Plage our exciting new eco kids programme gives your children the chance to appreciate what this unique island has to offer.
Family holidays at Constance Belle Mare Plage
KaKoo Club, our free all-day kids club, is a haven for younger visitors where your children will make new friends and build adventures of their own.
We offer excursions to the botanical garden, bird park and lion park. We’ll introduce your children to the underwater world with trips on our glass bottom boat and underwater sea-walks – helping to create some very special holiday memories for them.
Back at Kakoo camp, your children can capture these memories through painting, crafts and games. You can be sure they’ll have plenty to talk about when you rendezvous at the end of the day, and will regale you with endless bed time stories about their adventures.
Constance Belle Mare Plage walks the line perfectly between larger family resort, and an indulgent grown-up space that offers you the total resort experience for all ages.
The Legend and Links golf courses at Constance Belle Mare Plage set the scene for two exciting championships in the last month.
Winners of Mid Amateur, Senior and Ladies Open
Mid Amateur Championship, Senior Open and Ladies Open
In July, the Legend hosted the Mid Amateur Championship, Senior Open and Ladies Open.
This 18-hole championship golf course was the site for a day of exciting golf and celebrations. The championship was co-sponsored by State Bank of Mauritius and L’Atelier by William.
Valerie Raffray (Score 38 – 1st Net)
Josiane Rey (Score 38 – 2nd Net)
Marie Anne Martin (Score 36 – 3rd Net)
Francine Delloye (Score 32 – Gross)
Legend golf course
Gautum Saddul (Score 42 – 1st Net)
Nand Sooredoo (Score 41 – 2nd Net)
Fran Read (Score 38 – 3rd Net)
Paul Lim Fat (Score 24 – Gross)
Herbert de Robillard (Score 40 – 1st Net)
Emmanuel Corneillet (Score 40 – 2nd Net)
Thierry Koenig (Score 36 – 3rd Net)
Patrick Chui Wan Cheong (Score 30 – Gross)
At the end of June, the Kyocera Open was played at the Links course. Sixty golfers entered the 4th edition of the tournament, sponsored by Kyocera and their Mauritian supplier Central Business Equipment.
Shiseido celebrates its 140th anniversary this year: 140 years of expertise, new discoveries, new products and new innovations.
Shiseido Eudermine, original at the front
Shiseido began as a single prescription pharmacy in the Ginza district of Tokyo in 1872, and has since become one of the most influential skin care houses in the world.
The products are developed with the most advanced science and uncompromising qualities, offering our guests the very best in skincare.
To celebrate the 140th anniversary, Shiseido has brought back their first ever skin care product within its original packaging, created in 1897. Eudermine is an elixir to soothe and hydrate the skin and give a cushioned plumpness back to the complexion.
Within the skincare regime, Shiseido has always used a Japanese Beauty Secret, or ‘softener’. Once you have cleansed your skin, Shiseido recommends you use a softener to balance the skin within and allow your moisturiser to penetrate further into the skin and have a longer lasting effect.
Shiseido at Constance Hotels
At Shiseido spas, including at Constance Belle Mare Plage, Ephelia and Lemuria, guests can enjoy the newly created 140th Anniversary Spa Experiences. These are 3 different packages, offering the very best in spa treatments and massage discoveries. A Spa must have.
Looking for a sweet treat to indulge in this weekend? Try our delicious Tiramisu recipe, served at beachside La Spiaggia, Constance Belle Mare Plage.
In Italy, tiramisu literally means ‘pick me up’… small wonder when you consider the delicious high energy combination of sugar, eggs, coffee and, in this recipe, ice cream.
Tiramisu ice cream
10g milk powder
10g glucose powder
2 egg yolks
100g mascarpone cheese
Dacquoise Au Café
72g egg white
24g icing sugar
27g almond powder
7g crème fraîche
16g coffee extract
Coffee flavour ice cream, bought
1. First, prepare the tiramisu ice cream.
2. Mix the sugar with egg yolk then add in boiling milk , milk powder and glucose powder.
3. Add in the mascarpone and butter. Keep it for 24 hours in the fridge then whisk and put in freezer.
4. Prepare the dacquoise au café 5. Beat the egg white with sugar then add in the rest of the ingredients. Pour onto the tray then bake for 7 minutes at 180°C.
6. Prepare the mascarpone cream
7. Beat together the eggs with sugar then add in the mascarpone and the whipped cream, making sure the cream is not over beaten.
8. Assemble the cake – one scoop of tiramisu ice cream , one layer of dacquoise , one scoop coffee ice cream, crumble macaroons on top, one scoop of mascarpone cream, some cocoa powder on top.
Serve with dry biscotti and a piece chocolate on the side.
‘Go and open the door. Maybe outside there’s a tree, or a wood, a garden, or a magic city.’
The villa door
These are the words of Czech poet Miroslav Holub (1923-1998) inviting you to enter into a new world in his poem ‘The Door’.
Open the door to any of the private villas at Constance Belle Mare Plage and you’ll discover a world you can escape to complete with a tree, a garden, the friendly face of your villa master, and your own pool, space and oasis of privacy and tranquillity.
Just what you wish for when dreaming of your long-awaited escape to a tropical island paradise.
Find out more about the luxury accommodation on offer at each of our resorts.
If you’re heading to the South of France this summer, seek out these top tables in the region. Recommended by Bruno Le Gac, food connoisseur and Resident Manager at Constance Belle Mare Plage.
In Mougins, I recommend the table of my friend Serge Gouloumès at Relais et Châteaux Le Mas Candille. Here, you’ll experience the greatest products of the South – talent and generosity.
In Menton, chef Mauro Colagreco is super hot right now at Le Mirazur. Expect a beautifully creative and tasty cuisine, light and full of fresh vegetables.
Marseilles, old port
Lionel Levy is doing a great job at his restaurant Une Table au Sud, located right on Marseille’s old port. Splendid fish, respecting the Mediterranean techniques and products, and the creativity of uber-friendly chef Levy.
Do you have any recommendations?
If you’ve dined at a fantastic restaurant in the South of France, we’d love to hear your recommendation. You can post a comment below, on our Facebook page, or through Twitter @constancehotels.