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Langebaan Introduction

Don't let anyone fool you into thinking that Langebaan is nothing more than a quiet retirement resort by the sea. It's true that Langebaan is generally peaceful and many people choose to spend their retirement years here, but it's far from quiet or boring. This town on Langebaan Lagoon attracts nature lovers by the hundreds, who visit the town to watch birds and whales or enjoy wildflowers in bloom. Langebaan is also a popular venue for water sports competitions and concerts.

Hotels in Langebaan

The array of accommodation in Langebaan is made up of guesthouses, B&Bs and self-catering holiday homes. The guesthouses and B&Bs are typically cosy; some offer no-frills lodging, while others come with luxurious amenities such as spa services and swimming pools.These properties are great if you're travelling solo or as a couple. Self-catered holiday homes are convenient if you're travelling as a group or with family. These comfortable houses come fully furnished and often feature well-equipped kitchens and direct beach access. There are also a few traditional hotels in Langebaan. These hotels are upscale establishments with top-of-the-line facilities.

Where to stay

Mykonos is great for relaxing during the day and partying at night. This strip of beach in Langebaan is home to Club Mykonos, a Greek-influenced casino and family entertainment complex, as well as other beach bars and lounges. Calypso is another beach that appeals to both families and partying sun worshippers. The beach is safe for swimming due to the absence of currents, and there are plenty of bars for hanging out. If you prefer not to party, you can stay in Myburgh Park. This residential neighbourhood is close to the Langebaan Country Club and West Coast Marine Protected Area.

Things to see

For nature lovers, Langebaan's main attraction is Langebaan Lagoon. It's 1 of only 3 saltwater lagoons in the world and home to numerous species of rare water birds. It's also the focus of the West Coast National Park's conservation efforts. The West Coast Marine Protected Area is another focal point of the park. The reserve covers sanctuaries of migrant birds. Some of these birds use the area for breeding. West Coast NP also safeguards marine invertebrates in the area, many of which are endangered. In springtime, the Postberg Flower Reserve in West Coast NP becomes crowded with visitors, all raring to view wildflower fields in full bloom. This means that Postberg is a popular site for picnics in spring. If you're into golf, you can tee off at Langebaan Country Club, where you'll get to enjoy views of the lagoon and portions of West Coast NP while playing at the links-style championship course.

How to get to Langebaan

If you're travelling to Langebaan from elsewhere in South Africa or from abroad, you'll have to get to Cape Town first. From Cape Town, you can hire a car and drive north to Langebaan via the R27 road. Langebaan is some 90 kilometres away, and it might take you a couple of hours to get there. You can also use your rented car to get around Langebaan as the resort doesn't have a public transport system. If you don't plan on moving around much while in Langebaan, you can book a taxi service to take you from Cape Town to the resort and pick you up when you leave.