The West Coast stretching 400km north from Cape Town is fringed by the Atlantic Ocean and is one of the least developed areas of South Africa. It’s really undeveloped and dotted with original fishing villages along the beautiful remote coastline.
One of its greatest attractions is the wildflower display after the first rains, and the West Coast National park and Langebaan Lagoon are also well worth visiting.
The real beauty of the West Coast is its remoteness so tourist accommodation is dotted along with the main visited areas. See our selection of Langebaan hotels and resorts, some gems in Paternoster and a selection of other top West Coast accommodation here.