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The plot of land that Els inherited allowed the popular South African to create a magical layout that winds its way around the wonderful Mauritian shores, including some dramatic holes that culminate in a mind-blowing approach shot to the final hole, truly a unique golfing experience.
At 7,580 yards, the Els Course is a daunting proposition, but the amazing setting and magical views are sure to live long in the memory for every golfer lucky enough to visit.
The Ernie Els Course at Anahita is listed as one of the best golf courses in Mauritius
Guests at the Four Seasons Resort will begin their golf holiday in Mauritius in one of the 123 villas and residences that are dotted around the wonderful seafront estate. Views across the lagoon to the Bambou Mountains are magical, while all residents will enjoy the relaxing sense of tranquility and calm that pervades throughout the resort.
Inside the thatch-roofed residences are touches of natural wood that contrast with the clean, elegant furnishings and décor to create a beautiful environment. These are supplemented by luxury fittings that include a private landscaped terrace with plunge pool, open-air bathroom with soaking tub and outdoor shower plus plasma screens, DVD player, iPod dock and wireless internet access.
In addition to the fitness complex and magical outdoor pool, the Four Seasons Resort is equipped with tennis courts and a fantastic spa, boasting 12 treatment rooms that offer the most indulgent menu. At the resort's private beach there is a superb range of water sports that can be sampled.
Enjoy a refreshing cocktail at the O-Bar lounge before indulging at one of the resort's restaurants; Acquapazza is a stunning open-air Italian, Beau Champ features a show-kitchen and serves southern French cuisine with a modern accent, while Bambou and Le Club offer more relaxed dining and snack options.