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The picturesque town of Langebaan, built on the banks of a turquoise lagoon, lies only 100km from Cape Town.  The saltwater lagoon, part of the West Coast National Park, is nourished by the sea and home to hundreds of resident and migratory bird species on annual visits from around the globe.  The area is also home to the world’s largest breeding colony of black harriers.

The town is a haven for water sports and adventure sport lovers and is a world renowned kite surfing hot spot too.

Langebaan is also home to Club Mykonos, a Greek-style resort with entertainment for young and old. The sunsets are breath-taking, especially from the luxurious vantage point of a sunset cruise.

The area is a popular destination during the spectacular wild flower season each spring.

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