The Saldanha Area

                                       Saldanha is a seaside village that lies in the northern most corner of                                           Saldanha bay – the largest and deepest natural bay in the country. A                                         mere 110 km up the West Coast from Cape Town, this picturesque                                             harbour town is home to a thriving fishing industry, a naval base and                                         a mecca of nature and water sport action.

 

Perfectly situated in a largely unspoiled part of the world, the area is home to a wide variety of land, sea and ocean life including the famous Southern Right whale, making it a popular eco-tourism hotspot. The area is also known for its appeal to the yachting fraternity as well as game fishing devotees. The abundance of fresh sea air in the bay dotted with it’s five islands, makes Saldanha a popular destination for water sport enthusiasts including kite surfers, skiers, spear fishing and deep sea divers.

 

The nearby Saldanha Nature Reserve is world renowned for its spectacular display of wildflowers during late winter and spring, and people come from all over the world to see this magnificent natural phenomenon.

 

The area enjoys a Mediterranean climate with a fairly low annual rainfall making it a popular beach resort.

Also within close range is the area known as the playground of the Cape West Coast Peninsula – the Langebaan Lagoon. This natural water sport haven, with its sandy beaches and calm waters also borders the West Coast National Park. There are myriads of restaurants and accommodation establishments on the banks of the lagoon.

Langebaan is only minutes away from the Greek styled Club Mykonos Resort with its casino and ocean yacht marina.

 

Welgedaan Secure Estate certainly has the very best that modern day living requires. From scenery to leisure activities and outstanding investment opportunities it is the complete package.

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