Mamoudzou

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Mamoudzou is the largest town in Mayotte. It is situated on the North East aspect of the main island of Mayotte (Grand Terre), lying opposite Mayotte's other island, Petit Terre. The airport for Mayotte is on Petit Terre. To get between the two islands there is a frequent passenger/car ferry

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  • Metropolis over 100 hotels
  • Big city 50-100 hotels
  • Medium city 20-50 hotels
  • Small city 5-20 hotels
  • Village below 5 hotels

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  • Beach Beach
  • Business object Business object
  • Casino Casino
  • Civic property Civic property
  • Education Education
  • Entertainment Entertainment
  • Golf course Golf course
  • Green space Green space
  • Harbor Harbor
  • Historic site Historic site
  • Interesting place Interesting place
  • Medical Medical
  • Monument Monument
  • Museum Museum
  • Shopping Shopping
  • Skiing Skiing
  • Sports facility Sports facility
  • Theater Theater
  • Winery Winery

Points of Interest in Mamoudzou

Daily very colorful and bustling market

Mamoudzou Harbour

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Activities

Go on boat rides into the Lagoon to watch Dolphins and Whales (seasonal)

Food

Buy charcoal in the market for beach barbecues.

Shopping

Mampoudzou has no "shopping center" as such but there are a few shops scattered around, along with banks, restaurants, hotels and bars (despite the island being mainly Muslim)

This article is based on Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike 3.0 Licensed text from the article Mamoudzou on Wikivoyage.

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