About Langezandt & Struisbaai Area
Langezandt Fisherman’s Village in Struisbaai is an International destination and very popular with guests from all over the world. This is not only a secure Estate but a vacation venue that put you on the doorstep of pristine 23 km’s long white beaches, beach horse riding, whale watching, concentration of a huge variety of Fauna and Flora unique to the Western Cape. Not even to mention the popular international destination of the most Southern tip of Africa with its historic lighthouse. This area is so rich with historic, cultural and environmental gems – a must visit that you will never forget.
Struisbaai is a coastal settlement in the Overberg region of South Africa’s Western Cape province. The town is about two hundred kilometres south east of Cape Town, and four kilometres from Cape Agulhas, which is the southernmost point of the African continent.
The town is an old fishing village which for many years sported a beautiful natural harbour. Some development has taken place since then but Struisbaai is still relatively untouched by the rigours of over-development. Many fishermen still reside in this settlement but it is now known better for its leisure activities, which include fishing, horseriding, hiking, paintball, quadbiking and diving.
Your Hosts: Alastair & Tanya Graham
Zee Crecent, Langezandt Fishermen’s Village,
Struisbaai, Cape Town, South Africa
+27 (0)83 9862580
+27(0)71 895 1004