Travelling along the banks of the colossal, saltwater Langebaan Lagoon, from its wild southern edge housing the West Coast National Park to its northern parts, visitors will be met by a sky dotted with kite-surfers’ kites and waters populated with swimmers and kayakers. The sight of this water sports extravaganza alerts visitors to the picturesque town of Langebaan - a place with a restaurant-lined beachfront and perpetual vacation-feel.
Visitors can glide along the calm waters of the lagoon on a vessel of their choice or simply watch from the comfort of a restaurant while indulging in some delicious seafood. Slightly further north, motorboats power through the waters leaving a wild spray in their wake, while fisherman stands peacefully on the shore. At night visitors can head to the casino at Club Mykonos for a bit of gambling.
Langebaan is a great base from which to explore the beautiful landscape of the West Coast National Park and its carpet of colourful spring West Coast flowers. Also in proximity to the town is the West Coast Fossil Park, one of the world’s richest fossil sites. Langebaan is the ideal town for holidaymakers with a huge range of accommodation options on offer.
- A mecca for water sports enthusiasts
- Restaurants line the beachfront and serve delicious seafood
- Motorised activities on the northern edge of the lagoon
- Club Mykonos is home to a sizeable casino
- The ideal base from which to explore the West Coast National Park
- Well-suited for holidaymakers who enjoy a wide range of accommodation choices