The L’Agulhas Nature Reserve (LNR) is situated approximately 34 km from Bredasdorp, 216 km from Cape Town International Airport (a leisurely 2.5 hour drive on the N2 National Road), 330 km from George and 117 km from Hermanus. LNR’s position is unique as it is the southernmost Private Nature Reserve in Africa (as the crow flies, it is approximately 2 km from the cairn that marks the southernmost point of Africa). A feature of LNR is that, standing on this property, you can have the extraordinary experience of viewing the Indian Ocean to the East and the Atlantic Ocean to the West.
Another landmark in the area is “Die Plaat”, the white sandy beach that starts at Struisbaai and stretches up to Arniston (±24 km), the longest stretch of unobstructed white sand beach in the Southern hemisphere. Soetendalsvlei is visible some 8 km north of LNR, the largest natural fresh water lake in South Africa with an outlet to the sea. On the far horizon beyond the Bredasdorpberge, Soetmuisberg and Heuningberg (at Bredasdorp) to the north, the magnificent Langeberg mountain range can be seen. Sea views to the north east stretch far beyond the Potberg at Cape Infanta.
LNR is one of a few areas along the South African coastline where it is possible to own a north facing property with a sea view. All the stands offer unobstructed, superb panoramic views of the sea, mountain ranges and freshwater lake in the distance to the north. As the plots have been set out not to be adjacent to one another, and because there are stringent building guidelines, these views are ensured – a strong marketing point for purchasing property in LNR.
You don't have to search further - there is an opportunity for you to own a piece of arguably the most precious property in Africa - a truly undiscovered gem of the south.