Oh, to be by the seaside

Top coastal towns we love at First Resorts…

  1. Coffee Bay, Wild Coast, Eastern Cape

Here you will find our sublime seaside resort, Hole in the Wall, tucked away in a secluded bay with direct beach access on the doorstep of your quaint, thatched-roof bungalow, just 9 kilometres from Coffee Bay.

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  1. Ballito, North Coast KZN

Found on the ever tropical North Coast, our luxury resort, La Montagne, is fronted by some of Ballito’s finest golden sand beach and deep blue waters – a frequent playground for bottle nose dolphins and many a keen surfer.

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  1. Scottburgh and Uvongo, South Coast KZN

A number of some of our best-loved resorts can be found dotted along the unspoiled South Coast of KZN. Selborne Hotel and Spa and Golf Estate, Club Hacienda and Margate Sands are just a few that can be found close to the small, friendly and positively peaceful seaside towns of Scottburgh and Uvongo.

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  1. Jeffreys Bay, Eastern Cape

The evergreen, richly forested region of the Eastern Cape and her equally gorgeous coastline and cooking swell make for a well-deserved beach retreat for families and couples alike. Stay at Bella Vista which overlooks Jeffreys Bay’s top surfing beach.

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  1. Nature’s Valley and Knysna, Garden Route

Knysna Chalets and Knysna River Club are nestled in the heart of the Garden Route- the greenest, lushest corridor of South Africa, hugging the coast tightly. Discover Nature’s Valley nearby, an idyllic escape to be enjoyed at the slowest pace you could possibly manage!

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  1. Paternoster, Western Cape

Paternoster is a truly dreamy seaside town found on the West Coast of South Africa – with its long stretches of unspoiled, powdery white sand beaches, azure waters, slow paced lifestyle and delicious local fare, you will be swept off your feet by its sheer serenity. Stay at Port Owen Marina or Club Mykonos, found just over 30 minutes from Paternoster.

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