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Grand Bay
Peter Both
Mont Choisy
Martello Tower
Black River
Champ de Mars
Blue Bay
Cap Malheureux
Grand Bassin
Gris Gris
Trou aux Biches
Ile Aux Cerf
Pamplemousses Garden
Grand Port
Ilot Gabriel
Ile Plate
La Preneuse
Petite Riviere Noire
Le Souffleur
Trou d'eau Douce
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Molucque Reede (Oyster Bay) was the first name given to Tamarin by the Dutch. The French called it Bras de Mer du Tamarin. The region had many tamarind trees at that time.

Today, Tamarin is known for its old people’s home, the ‘Cheshire Home’ its hotel and its ‘Maison de Pecheurs.’ Surfing can be practiced all year round. Also forming part of the landscape of Tamarin are its quadrilateral salt pans made of stones and its ark-shaped bridge.

History and tips about Mauritius.
Owing to the exceptional high level of sunshine the district receives, Tamarin is naturally the heart of salt production in Mauritius.
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