The unit is a 2 bedroomed flat under the main house in Danabay
The apartment has double, shaded parking on street level, a living area in the middle and 3 bedrooms on the lower level which can accommodate 8 people. The two double bedrooms open directly onto a small patio and grass and then the whole ocean ...
If you're looking for a place to escape from the hustle of city life, and you want your dreams to be filled with the sound of rumbling waves, then look no further...
Our apartments are located in the luxurious Pinnacle Point Golf Estate, Mossel Bay. Pinnacle Point Golf Estate is listed as one of the top 10 golf courses in South Africa.
This privately owned holiday villa is situated in a very pristine golf resort. It is a self catering duplex unit with breath taking views. The Golf Villa has been tastefully decorated to follow the resorts high standards...
De Valle 4, Diaz Beach, Mossel bay is a 2 bedroom apartment with 1 bathroom on the ground floor.
Vista Bonita NR 52 is in a block of flat on the 10th floor with a spectacular view over Mossel Bay and the Swimming Beach from the stoep.
Two bedroomed apartment with direct access to the beach and views over the ocean and Mossel Bay
Dana Bay has some great sea views and therefore makes it the ideal place to view whales. Sometimes whales will visit the shores to calve and schools dolphins can often be seen at play along the Dana Bay coastline. Dana Bay is famous because it's the only north-facing beach in South Africa. It is situated close to the town of George, and is only about 15 minutes away from the George Airport.
Vegetation in the Dana Bay area consists mainly of coastal and lime fynbos. The coast consists of golden-brown beaches that offer safe swimming and good fishing. Fishermen are likely to catch elf, kob and leervis in the autumn and winter months and may even land a musselcracker or two.
There is also some wildlife in the Dana Bay area and these include the Cape pheasant, steenbok, and some bushbuck. The Dana Bay area is also home to a variety of birds. The most famous of these are the endangered black oystercatcher.