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Retire next to one of South Africa’s Top 10 Beaches

Retire next to one of South Africa’s Top 10 Beaches

What could be better than spending your golden years living next to crystal blue waters of one of South Africa’s most popular beaches? Are you considering immigrating to South Africa for the purpose of retiring here and do you enjoy the idea of waking up to the sound of waves crashing outside your window?

Here is a list of the top 10 beaches in SA

Clifton Beach

Clifton comprises of four beaches that are all separated by huge boulders. The water is rather cold, but the sand is pure white and each beach is secluded, giving you the perfect opportunity to escape from the hustle and bustle of the city.

Llandudno  Beach

This beach is a popular spot for surfers; it is named after a seaside resort situated in North Wales and is a short walk away from the famous “Sandy Bay” – a popular place for nudists.

Ballito Beach

Ballito is situated 40km outside of Durban (The Dolphin Coast). Many events take place on this popular beach. Watch the dolphins and various events from the promenade.

Cape Vidal Beach

This beach is hidden away in St. Lucia (Kwa-Zulu Natal). Here you will have the unique opportunity of enjoying the bush and sea all in one place. Seeing turtles, dolphins, hippos and buffalo here is very common.

Blouberg Beach

When you are at Blouberg Beach, you will be able to experience the most amazing view of Table Mountain. You can stole along the beach with your partner and when you get hungry, pop into one of the many restaurants situated basically on the beach front. 

Camps Bay Beach

This beach is well- known for its perfectly white beaches that are lined with palm trees. Just imagine yourself sipping on a cocktail while you watch the amazing sunset from your apartment balcony.

Umhlanga Beach

The relaxing atmosphere at Umhlanga is what attracts many people to this lovely beach. Take a relaxing walk along the pier and pop into the Oyster Box for some lunch before you head back home.

McDougall’s Bay

There is something special about this coastal region. Here you will come across many opportunities to try out a variety of water sports as well as the chance to see the indigenous flora and fauna in the area.

Kasouga Beach

This beach is situated in the Eastern Cape. The stunning beauty of the area has attracted many photographers and artists wishing to capture a piece of this magical place on film or canvas.

Now that you have seen what you are missing out on, choose your favourite beach and contact a representative from New World Immigration so that they can assist you with getting you to where you want to be.

by Robbie Ragless

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