Named after its geographic coordinates, this is an adventurous choice. Each of the 10 air-conditioned, thatched-roof villas has a freestanding bath and views of the beach or a lagoon bordered by mangroves. Activities such as a dhow cruise, picnic and visit to a Macua village can be arranged by the charming owners, Alex and Bart Otto. At night, the chef cooks seafood under the starry sky. Take a 10-minute speedboat ride to visit Ilha de Moçambique - the former capital that was abandoned at the end of Portuguese occupation. The San Sebastiao Fort and other colonial buildings are a remnant of a bygone era. More wonders lie beneath the sea; snorkel above a reef visited by dolphins or go diving to explore a 17th-century wreck. Wow factor: Drifting with the tide on the lagoon in a canoe. Go: Book with Turquoise Holidays; call 01494 678400 or visit for more details or email <a href=""></a>