Langebaan is an idyllic little seaside town on the South African West Coast. It is located at the edge of the tranquil Langebaan lagoon, 100 km north of Cape Town.
Founded in 1922, this historical town was once a whaling station and it has now been transformed into a holiday destination on the West Coast. It is a mecca for nature-lovers and water sports enthusiasts.
The lagoon is part of a protected area, the West Coast National Park. A world-renowned birding spot with migratory birds from as far as Russia stopping here annually, the Park is also a favorite destination with nature lovers and adventure seekers alike.
The jewel of the West Coast towns, Langebaan, will leave you with memories of a startling blue sea, acres of spring flowers and the enticing smell of fish ‘braai’s’ (barbecues).
Sunsets on the west-facing coast are legendary and you’ll experience plenty of enchanting moments. We are sure you will return again and again to this tranquil, magnificently beautiful place.