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Paradise Beach, Langebaan

Learn More About Paradise Beach

Are you searching for houses for sale in Paradise Beach in Langebaan? Then take this quick neighbourhood tour of Paradise Beach with the #1 rated estate agent in Langebaan.

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Paradise Beach, Langebaan’s Hot Spot, is located on the beautiful Langebaan Lagoon.  Life really is a beach in Paradise Beach. Residents have access to one of Langebaan's best and most beautiful beach right on their doorstep. Watch the kitesurfers by day, and in the evening enjoy sundowners and the most stunning sunsets on the West Coast.

Langebaan is a booming seaside resort town that is a strong favourite with tourists and locals as well as those who are on the lookout for prime properties. However, Paradise Beach in Langebaan remains one of the hidden gems on the West Coast, although surely but slowly more and more people are starting to uncover the amazing Mediterranean lifestyle that this estate offers.

Situated north of Club Mykonos Resort on the shores of azure blue waters of the Langebaan lagoon, Paradise Beach is ideal for families wanting to live close to a secluded beach. This 24-hour security and lifestyle estate allows for safe and secure open-door living in a tranquil environment.

Properties in the area are nestled around a private beach and are interwoven with indigenous fynbos surroundings. Houses are being built in a unique, typically white washed Greek architectural style.

Langebaan is no longer just a popular tourist destination, and buyers, especially those who want to invest in Paradise beach are realising that this estate offers a viable option for those want to move here on semi-permanent or permanent basis, live by the sea and enjoy the holiday vibe, yet be close enough to the city and airport.

Langebaan is quickly becoming a popular commuter town. There have always been people who travel from Langebaan to Cape Town, however it is growing more popular as Cape Town’s prices become almost unrealistically high.

The ability to purchase a nice 3 bedroom, 2 bathroom, double garage home in Paradise Beach for under R4 million is a huge draw card for a lot of the families moving to Langebaan from up-country.

As for the lifestyle, Paradise beach is much more relaxed than other holiday towns on the West Coast. Whether it’s the lower property prices, better value for money, the lifestyle benefits, or just the growing viability of working from your home, no one can disagree that Langebaan is luring buyers away from cities

Things to do in Langebaan

Activities close to Paradise Beach

Things to Do in Langebaan

Since the estate is located within the Club Mykonos resort there is no shortage of things to do. Popular water activities in Paradise Beach include swimming, kitesurfing, boating, paddle boarding and fishing.

Mykonos which is just around the corner of Paradise Beach offers fun activities such as jet skiing, boating, scuba diving etc.

You could also play some golf or go for a swim, but if you’re after real excitement, set sail on board a catamaran from Club Mykonos (with your coals on the fire) to the turquoise shallow water of Kraalbaai in the Langbaan lagoon.

Elite Charters at Club Mykonos Marina offers a 3 hour braai cruise where you can enjoy the best that Langebaan has to offer from the deck of a 39ft catamaran.

Sunny Park in Langebaan provides some of the most fun your children can have close to the ocean. There is a number of activities, including a super tube, paintball and target shoot, jumping castles, pedal karts, trampolines and PlayStation games to ensure there is something fun to do for everyone.

In addition to just about every water sport you can think of, the West Coast National Park is a must-see for any nature lover or eco-tourist.

Bird watching and beach walking are favourite things to do in the park. There are 250+ bird species and more than 50,000 birds can be seen in summer. In the winter, flamingos can top 4,500.

The Postberg area of the park is only open to visitors during August and September annually, when the spring flowers displays in the park.

Enjoy a braai or picnic at Preekstoel close to Kraalbaai while you look out over the lagoon.

From Tsaarsbank braai area you have views of the Atlantic Ocean and if you fortunate enough you might see whales pass by.

West Coast National Park