Western Cape

Hout Bay

Llandudno & Hout Bay Named after another beautiful seaside town in North Wales, South Africa's Llandudno concludes a stretch of coastline known as the Atlantic Seaboard and houses some of the most valuable residences on the continent. The small residential suburb measures under 3km and eschews street lights and commercial enterprises thus appealing to those desiring stirring marine vistas that are "far from the madding crowd". Larger, freehold homes are the order of the day in Llandudno and whilst prices vary considerably, even vacant stands fall into the R10m+ category. Within the neighbouring valley lies Hout Bay, surrounded by majestic mountains to the...



Knysna is considered the "Pearl" of the Garden Route.  It is made up of various suburbs which stretch around our famous lagoon from the Western Heads to the Eastern Heads.   Offering activities for all age groups, from hiking, cycling, fishing, boating, walking, bowling, tennis, to the refinement of gentle activity in a lifestyle retirement village.  Knysna is a short 60 kms from the George Airport - or the even-closer Plettenberg Bay airport - for those wishing to commute by air. Brenton on Sea hugs the coastline with access to the Brenton beach. There are freehold homes as well as several apartment blocks. While the Brenton on Sea Hotel offers a delightful spot...


Plettenberg Bay

Plettenberg Bay Plettenberg Bay is a popular seaside town on South Africa's Garden Route in Western Cape Province, affectionately known as "Plett".   The small town features six Blue Flag beaches and theres a beach for every need:  family-friendly to more exuberant surf spots.  The sandy Central Beach and Lookout Beach are wonderful for long walks and both have surf breaks. To the south, Robberg Nature Reserve is a rocky peninsula with well-known trails. Northeast are Birds of Eden https://www.birdsofeden.co.za/, a free-flight bird sanctuary in indigenous forest and an elephant sanctuary. Monkey Land https://www.monkeyland.co.za/  is also a sanctuary for all...



Sedgefield is a peaceful seaside village, situated between Wilderness and Knysna, along the Garden Route in the Western Cape. The town is surrounded by vegetated sand dunes, dense pine plantations, lakes, the Swartvlei Estuary and the Indian Ocean. Sedgefield, described by some as "the Slow Town" for its laidback atmosphere is reflected in the town's motto: "the tortoise sets the pace". Bordering the Goukamma Nature Reserve and the Wilderness National Park, bird watching is an avid hobby for many residents, in addition to the other outdoor activities on offer. The Wild Oats Market http://www.wildoatsmarket.co.za held every Saturday morning, offers fresh...


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