Imagine a place where the sky, ocean, endless white beach and delicate indigenous vegetation meet to create a private nature reserve of unparalleled beauty. Where you can immerse yourself in silence and solitude or watch whales and dolphins frolic in the bay, yet 10 minutes later enjoy a fine meal, hunt for antiques, play a round of golf, go shark-diving or do your shopping in the bustling town of Mossel Bay.
Nautilus Bay Nature Reserve is such a magical place. Rising out of the Indian Ocean, on the southern edge of Africa and along the famously scenic Garden Route, just west of Mossel Bay, the Reserve comprises 600 hectares of peace and tranquillity, with easy access to 9 kilometres of pristine untouched beach. Nautilus Bay Nature Reserve is a low-density development comprising towering sand dunes, spectacular fauna and flora and panoramic views over the Indian Ocean.
Patrons buy into Nautilus Bay because of the extraordinary quality of life it affords; it also affords an excellent investment opportunity.
Neighbouring Mossel Bay which is consistently rated the best investment area in the Garden Route. The picturesque harbour and popular Museum complex have placed it firmly on the tourist map, the local off and onshore gas industry provides sound infrastructure and progressive planning by the Mossel Bay Municipality point to exciting developments in the near future. In the past few years, the average value of coastal properties in the region has doubled.
Nautilus Bay is situated just 2km off the N2, exactly mid-way between Cape Town and Port Elizabeth. A convenient half hour drive from George Airport and 10 minutes to the West of Mossel Bay – which offers a state-of-the-art Private Hospital, excellent schools, cultural and social venues, various sporting, sailing and fishing amenities and two Golf Courses.
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