Vacant stand close to the prestigious private beach in Bekbaai Paternoster
This vacant stand is situated in the up market area in Paternoster, the oldest fisherman's town in the west coast. This plot is close to the beach in Bekbaai and the well known light house just outside Paternoster. Every morning at sunrise, local fishermen can be seen heading out into the bay in their traditional wooden fishing boats. Often people buy fresh fish from them as they return. There are a host of activities to keep you busy during the day, including sea kayaking around the rocks in the bay, fishing excursions and taking one of the many hikes in the area. There are also arts and crafts stores littered around Paternoster.
BEKBAAI, PATERNOSTER FISHING VILLAGE * Vacant stand in Bekbaai, Paternoster Fishing Village. * Close to the beach. * Short walking distance to all the amenities and restaurants of the Village. * 636sqm in extent. * One story height allowance. * Building guidelines to maintain the standard of the development. * No building time limit.
Located in sought-after and popular Paternoster Village, a private bay with endless beaches.
Paternoster (meaning “Our Father“) is the oldest fishing village on the West Coast and is known for its quaint white cottages and long white sandy beaches. This vibrant West Coast village, located a mere 90 minute drive from Cape Town and is ideal for relaxing and soaking up some West Coast flavor.
Every morning at sunrise, local fishermen can be seen heading out into the bay in their traditional...
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