This is a serene way of life; a mixture of country and small village living.  The reserve is a gated community in that there is a main access gate and a fence surrounding the 291 hectare property. Plots are located in a central grid on the property with each erf  separated from the other by a conservancy area of fynbos.  You have the sense of belonging to a community but also being private.

The vast Agulhas Plain harbours some of the richest biodiversity on earth. L’ Agulhas Nature reserve and its surroundings land and water offer a truly unique and tranquil lifestyle for its residents with an utterly amazing quality of life

The area offers:-

  • Panoramic sea views, as well as lake and mountain views
  • Fresh air – there are no industries polluting the environment
  • Tranquillity – minimum noise apart from wind when it is blowing
  • Tidal pools in L’Agulhas and very extensive sandy beaches in Struisbaai
  • Environmental activities -walking and mountain biking trails, hiking trails
  • Exploring extensive and unique flora and wonderful birding opportunities
  • Whale watching (in the season ±June to October)
  • Sea fishing, rock and surf angling as well as scuba diving
  • Many tourist attractions close by
  • Lock-up-and-go in the reserve
  • Shops, doctors, churches and schools
  • Low crime rate area

All the basic necessities are available in the villages of Struisbaai and Agulhas. These are less than a 5 minute driving distance from the reserve. The towns offer groceries, doctor, medical services and pharmaceutical supplies, churches, schools, restaurants, pubs, maintenance services, hardware supplies, postal services, senior citizens service centre, etc. There are numerous sporting facilities available e.g. fishing, bowls, tennis, jukskei. Various societies are active in the area via local branches e.g. Botanical Society of South Africa

If the local area does not have your requirements then Bredasdorp is only 34 km away with its larger facilities including a golf course. An annual event is held at Mega Park in Bredasdorp where the Cape Floral Kingdom Expo celebrates fynbos and life as a cornerstone as part of the South African conservation economy.