The chalets are built at the base of the main primary dune under a shady haven of palm trees with the beach about 60 meters away.
The two houses are positioned on the dune overlooking Praia da Barra (Barra Bay & Beach) and Flamingo Bay, situated approx 300m from the beach with a 180 degree view of the Inhambane estuary.
The owners of Bay View Lodge have gone to great lengths to ensure that the Lodge is as comfortable as possible. Lovely ground covers and grasses have been planted to help stabilize the sand dunes thereby reducing the amount of sea sand that blows
Casa Pequena known as small house in Portuguese welcomes you to paradise. This cute 4 sleeper is situated 27km east of Inhambane and set the scene for an unforgettable holiday.
Dhow Bay Guest House is a beautiful 4 bedroom self catering guest house (all on-suite bathrooms) with the facilities to sleep eight. Single and double beds are available including fully functional kitchen.
Montanha Lodge is positioned atop the tall dunes (approx 200m from the beach) which line the turquoise patterned waters of the warm Indian Ocean in the trendy Mozambique resort destination of Barra, which is situated in Inhambane, Mozambique.
Por do Sol Holiday Homes offers self-catering Barra beach accommodation for up to 6 guests in 10 fully equipped, double storey, brick and mortar holiday homes.
Sunset Lodge is situated approximately 496kms north of Maputo on the Barra Point with mangrove swamps which frame the calm waters of the Inhambane Bay
Barrabing, built on the banks of the lagoon at Barra, Inhambane, overlooks the lagoon, melting into the sea in the distance. The house has 4 bedrooms, each with an en-suite bathroom, a spacious, fully equipped kitchen and braai facilities.
We offer beautiful and tasteful accommodation suitable for all budgets. Our chalets have thatched roofs, built from natural materials to blend into the surrounding environment. The units are scattered in-between coconut palms, nestled in the dunes...
Campbell's Bay self catering accommodation was opened in 2004 by Willy and Gayle Strong, originally from Port Edward on the South Coast of KwaZulu-Natal, South Africa. They have always vacationed in Mozambique and have owned houses there previously.