Padel in Mauritius

Padel in Mauritius

New Partnership: Mauritius Sotheby’s International Realty Sponsors Padel League Mauritius

A new collaboration intensifying our common passion for sports, we are thrilled to announce our partnership with Padel League Mauritius. This partnership aims to promote Padel in Mauritius, a sport booming on the island. With this partnership, we strengthen our commitment to the sports community, while highlighting the diverse real estate investment opportunities in Mauritius.

It’s worth noting that sponsored tournaments draw an impressive number of participants, with an average of 48 male players and 24 to 36 female players. The events span two days, with qualifications on Friday and main matches on Saturday. Also, tournaments are categorised as M500 and M1000, attracting elite padel players.

Expats and Padel in Mauritius

With about 60% of players being expats, Padel League Mauritius intends to extend its competitions to international participants soon.  For the moment, the competition already attracts players from Reunion Island and Madagascar.

This move towards international participation underscores the ambition to elevate padel in Mauritius to the global arena” says a representative of Padel League Mauritius.

Mauritius, a Preferred Destination for International Athletes

As padel gains popularity worldwide, Mauritius is positioning itself as an attractive destination for high-level expat athletes.

Furthermore, with the opening of new clubs scheduled between 2024 and 2025, the number of tournaments and sports opportunities will only increase, contributing to the growth of padel in Mauritius.

This new partnership, thus intends to contribute in strengthening the island’s image as a preferred destination for sports enthusiasts and real estate investors seeking an exceptional living experience.

Did you know? Expatriates Can Now Acquire Local Market Properties*

In Mauritius, expatriates now benefit from new real estate investment opportunities thanks to a recent amendment to the law. Existing residence permit holders can now acquire properties outside the traditional schemes.

The Criteria include a property size limit, a minimum price of USD 500,000 and various applicable taxes. This regulation offers long-term residents the opportunity to purchase exclusive properties, including family homes in residential areas.

 

* Click the link below to see conditions

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Published on April 17, 2024 by Laetitia Melidor

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