A large-scale video surveillance project is currently underway throughout Beau Plan. This non-intrusive system aims to safeguard the safety of the city’s residents and users while respecting their privacy. Learn about this new project below.
Beau Plan offers a variety of activities for couples and families. Here are our top 10 things to do in the region that you don’t want to miss!
With a profusion of colors, an instinctive and impulsive trait, Patrick Ricco’s universe is like a surfboard riding on the waves of his paintings. In this fantastical world where personal experiences and imaginary stories intertwine, his self-taught and boundless imagination invites us to delve in.
The end of the year period is always linked to sharing and excitement. Beau Plan is no exception! The Anba Pie festival, held at the Creative Park on November 24, 26 and 27, invited the public to a colourful immersion in the world of local creativity. Let’s take a look.
Our youngsters are filled with talent! This is definitely what the spectators of the play “Gran Mama” thought on December 2 at L’Aventure du Sucre… Let’s relieve this beautiful evening together.
The Creative Park, cradle of creativity in Beau Plan will host the ‘Anba Pie’ festival this weekend. An invitation to a moment of relaxation, sharing and conviviality under the century-old trees, this festival aims to highlight the know-how of local artisans, creators and artists.
On October 1st, foodies from all over the island gathered in the gardens of L’Aventure du Sucre in Beau Plan for a new edition of Gourmet Experience. Get ready to salivate as we take a look back at the event.
Gaelle Gonzalez is the mastermind behind the impressive ‘’Octopus’’ of Beau Plan’s Creative Park… What, you don’t already know the “Octopus”?
Beau Plan has been welcoming local as well as international artists, writers, photographers and musicians for more than two years.
One cannot imagine Beau Plan in 20 years without considering the cultural and artistic dimension that is currently flourishing there.
She has danced on the equator in Indonesia and with a chair in Paris. She has shared her passion with Mauritians via her company, Omada, since 2008.