About Southern Skies Elands Bay
Southern Skies is a spacious, comfortable holiday home which is perfectly positioned on the beachfront in Elands Bay. It has uninterrupted views of the famous left-point break and white sand dunes, the magnificent estuary of Verloren Vlei to the East and Bobbejaans Kop to the West.
Behind the house are majestic views of the mountain and the nesting ground of a pair of black eagles. Above is the African sky which is clear and a stargazer's dream at night. The house is fully furnished with two kitchens, a dining area, a living room, six bedrooms, four bathrooms and two wind-free, covered verandahs. There are braai facilities upstairs and downstairs and undercover parking for two vehicles. The property is fenced in with a large green lawn and indigenous vegetation in front, which meets the fynbos at the fence and flows onto the river bank and beach.
Elands Bay is a west coast wonderland, with so much to offer in natural beauty, as well as bird-, animal- and marine life. From Sugar birds and Kingfishers to Black Eagles, Dassies and Bat-eared foxes. Whales, seals, dolphins and porpoises often visit the bay.
Cuisine which can be gathered from the sea includes a variety of fish, mussels, crayfish and clams. Recreational activities include stand-up paddle boarding, kiting, windsurfing, surfing, canoeing, kayaking, fishing, cycling, mountain biking, dune boarding, beach combing, hiking, bird watching, stargazing and the magnificent Namaqualand flowers and fynbos. There is a jetty for launching boats into the sea, but no motorised craft are permitted on Verloren Vlei.
The best thing about the west coast is the ever changing scenery. Everyday is unique, with nature putting on a new show for you to sit back and enjoy or to seize the moment and venture into the sea onto the mountain or just walk on the soft white sand for miles.
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