The year is already drawing to a close. 2022 has been punctuated by events of all kinds that reflect the dynamism of this city in the making. Let’s look back at the highlights.
As part of the responsible development of the Smart City of Beau Plan, a regional reforestation program has begun. Aligned with Beau Plan’s vision of ensuring development that is sustainable and in harmony with nature instead of against it, the program aims to develop new areas of greenery in Beau Plan and its surroundings.
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.
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.
2023 will definitely be the year of sport in Beau Plan. With a wide range of well-established sports offers or currently taking shape, sports enthusiasts are not left out. Young or old, amateurs or athletes, groups or individuals…there is something for everyone.
We often hear that there is a certain time for everything, but should horse riding be limited to a certain age?Mon Rocher equestrian centre, thinks otherwise.
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.
The new shopping mall in the north of the island has many surprises in store for the start of 2022
A dynamic and heterogeneous space in the heart of the Smart City of Beau Plan: the
Mahogany Shopping Promenade is the new place to be.
Given the challenges currently facing the sugar industry, the island’s major groups are now exploring new opportunities for development.
Making the young people of Pamplemousses contribute to the construction of the Kaz’Out festival is the main goal that Novaterra and Lively Up have set.