The View: Luxury Villa in Langebaan

The View

The View in Langebaan is a luxurious self-catering villa offering a serene and resort-style getaway on the Cape West Coast. The accommodation features amenities such as a heated pool, spacious patios, and panoramic views of the famous Langebaan Lagoon, perfect for relaxation.

This villa accommodation in Langebaan is designed with modern comforts and conveniences to cater to guests’ needs, including a modern kitchen and a dining area, equipped with indoor and outdoor braai facilities, perfect for entertaining guests or enjoying a quiet evening. The interior decor is minimalistic yet inviting, ensuring a relaxing stay.

The View

Outside the villa, guests can partake in thrilling kiteboarding, enjoy the tranquillity of bird watching, or play a round of golf. The area also offers diving, kayaking, and visiting the vibrant Club Mykonos. For those seeking adventure, there’s chartered boating, quad biking, and horse riding. The West Coast Fossil Park and the International RAMSAR site present unique learning experiences, promising a stay that is diverse and engaging.


Things to do in Langebaan 

Having evolved from a humble fishing village, the captivating coastal town of Langebaan entices travellers from around the globe. Nestled along the Atlantic Ocean’s edge, Langebaan offers a tapestry of adventures and natural wonders, from fascinating cultural history to recreational activities; there is no doubt this town caters to all. 

Dubbed one of South Africa’s coastline gems, Langebaan offers a rich history, pristine beaches, wondrous wildlife, and much more.

Explore a fynbos wonderland at the West Coast National Park

The West Coast National Park sprawls across 40,000 hectares of land, encompassing the lagoon’s islands and the Postberg region. During the Spring, crowds flock eagerly to witness the widespread display of wildflowers, which is a mesmerising and well-worth experience. The park also gives access to some of the most beautiful parts of the lagoon, as well as providing great opportunities for birdspotting.

Cost: South African citizens – adults, R74pp & kids, R37pp. Non-South African citizens and visitors – adults, R116pp & kids, R58pp. Pay at entrance

When: September to March, 7am to 7pm (last vehicle entry at 6:30pm). April to August: 07:00 – 18:00 (last vehicle entry at 5:30pm)
Where: West Coast National Park, Western Cape

Read more about West Coast National Park

Eat and play at Club Mykonos

Discover tranquillity, leisure, and good times at the Mykonos Resort. The entertainment complex was inspired by the Greek island Mykonos, encompassing its ambience and aesthetic and the view of Langebaan. Following the traditional Greek Island style, Mykonos is well known for its blue and white architecture. 

The resort complex is popular among tourists and locals, with breathtaking views, seaside relaxation, lively entertainment, and access to an array of water activities, including the Langebaan Lagoon. It offers visitors a blend of recreational facilities such as restaurants, a spa, entertainment venues, bars, and welcoming hospitality. 

Mykonos also annually hosts the “Langebaan Country Estate Cycle Race,” which beckons cycling enthusiasts from all over.

Where: Club Mykonos, Langebaan, Western Cape

Langebaan Lagoon

Take a stroll on the Langebaan Lagoon 

The Langebaan Lagoon is a marine ecosystem with beautiful and tranquil turquoise waters. It consists of various seaweed types and invertebrates vital in sustaining the coastal underwater community and environment.

Around 10% of South Africa’s wading birds find shelter and abundance in the lagoon’s sun-kissed shores, while islands off the coast serve as critical nesting grounds for numerous red-listed seabirds. Tours can be booked, and access to the most pristine parts of the lagoon is via the West Coast National Park.

Where: Langebaan Lagoon at West Coast National Park, Western Cape

Kitesurfing lessons at Shark Bay

Thanks to the shallow waters and consistent winds, Langebaan Lagoon is ideal for anyone wanting an aquatic adrenaline rush. 

The town’s geographical layout allows for optimal weather, enticing experienced and beginner kite surfers.  Enthusiasts worldwide take advantage of the destination’s predictable temperatures and conditions. The lagoons’ expansive water acts as the perfect classroom for newcomers. 

Those starting benefit from the flat and shallow water, making learning the basics of the sport and building their skill much more effortless.

Instructors and kitesurfing schools are easily spotted along the shoreline and cater to all skill levels. Making it one of the best activities to pursue while visiting Langebaan. The lagoon’s edge is the epicentre for kitesurfers and the kitesurfing culture.  The relaxing and vibrant atmosphere provides the perfect environment for downtime, especially after a thrilling session on the water.

Cost: R1100 – R5700pp

When: Daily
Where: Shark Bay, Langebaan Beach, Hobie Beach, Saldanha Bay Beach

!Khwa ttu

!Khwa ttu San Education and Culture Centre

Not far from Langebaan lies the award-winning !Khwa ttu San Education and Cultural Centre, a UNESCO World Heritage site that captivates audiences with opportunities to dive deep into South Africa’s first indigenous inhabitants. 

There are three different tours to choose from !Khwa ttu, each with their enriching knowledge. 

  1. The San Guided Experience
    Guides share intriguing tales of the skills, language, history, survival tactics, and traditions of the San people. The tour also provides a scenic drive through well-preserved fynbos to a replica San village, where visitors are shown how to read the landscape as well as the fauna and flora of the Kalahari. 
  2. The Heritage Centre Tour
    Guides provide detailed context to the many artefacts, art, and stories displayed. They narrate the tale of San origin while teaching essential knowledge of skills and wisdom. 
  3. The Garden Tour
    Visitors enjoy a scenic stroll and a delightful tea ceremony. Prepare to be transported by the art of San storytelling, dazzled by ancient healing practices, and captivated by the San’s click languages. 

Cost: R180pp

When: Daily, 9am to 5pm
Where: !Khwa ttu San Culture and Education Centre, Grootwater Farm, R27, Yzerfontein

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