Experience the splendor of Langebaan, situated 122km from Cape Town on the banks of the lagoon, alongside the West Coast National Park. The Posberg Reserve, famous for it’s stunning display of wild spring flowers in August & September, is adjacent to the
The Abalone Guest House is the perfect place to break away from the hustle and bustle of city life and to experience the luxuries of peace and serenity.
Come replenish your soul in a fully equipped holiday home in idyllic Jacobsbaai. Whimseagull offers a stylishly decorated self catering option with extra amenities that include a television, full DSTV bouquet, DVD player, dishwasher, washing machin..
El Sueno de Helena self catering house situated in Paradise Beach, Langebaan offers 3 bedrooms with 2.5 bathrooms. Very safe double security gated village with entire private beach only for residents.
Located in the lovely Club Mykonos Resort on the West Coast, this freestanding house is perched on the hillside. The picturesque views from the balconies are stunning. Breathtaking and tranquil surroundings overlook the Harbour where yachts are...
The popular town of Langebaan is just over 100 km or 75 minutes drive north from Cape Town on the West Coast off the R27 next to Langebaan Lagoon. The white Caribbean like beaches surrounding the crystal clear waters of the Langebaan Lagoon are on...
On the beach front, close to restaurants and shops, Greystones Beach House provides luxury self-catering accommodation for eight people. Ideally situated for watersports, bird life and wild flowers of Langebaan Lagoon.
Seagulls Guest House offers affordable, fully-equipped and neat self-catering units, designed to cater for intimate couple's vacations or fun family getaways or large groups of up to 19 adults and 10 children if booked as a whole.
3 on Elf is a 4 bedroom self catering house situated in the Langebaan Country Club right on the very popular Mashie Course. Only 2km away from the famous Langebaan Lagoon, restaurants and shops.
The town of Saldanha lies on the coast, 140km from Cape Town, close to the seaside villages of Jacobsbaai and Paternoster. The bay of Saldanha was discovered some 500 years ago by Portuguese explorers however, because of its geographic isolation and lack of fresh water, development has been gradual and the area remains in a largely pristine condition.
Saldanha was built around one of the finest examples of a natural harbour on the African coast. The original sleepy village became fairly industrialised with the introduction of its huge iron ore quay and it plays a large role in the Sishen-Saldanha iron ore project as well as commercial fishing. Saldanha is also home to the Naval Training Base.
The bay in Saldanha provides plenty of action and water sports are very popular. The surrounding area provides a number of historical and eco-attractions, hiking trails, mountain bike and 4x4 trails. The Hoedjieskoppie Nature Reserve, on a hill in the middle of Saldanha, includes gorgeous views and examples of traditional fishermen's cottages.