Fisherhaven, Hermanus

Fisherhaven, Hermanus view

Fisherhaven, the whale-watching town of Hermanus.

Fisherhaven is a suburb of the whale-watching town of Hermanus in the Western Cape, South Africa. It is situated next to the Bot River Lagoon, about 14 km from Hermanus centre and about 14 km from Arabella Country Estate and Golf course. There is an abundance of indigenous fauna and flora.

Fisherhaven has its own slipway which makes the lagoon a play area for the water enthusiasts and the villages is also known for its roaming wild horses.

MIDDELVEI NATURE RESERVE (MEERENBOSCH; SANDOWN BAY; MEERENSEE) Meerenbosch, Sandown Bay and Meer-en-See are situated in the Middelvlei nature Reserve. It has the most beautiful uninterrupted sea and mountain views and is a gated community ideal for nature lovers. A most beautiful setting along the pristine coastline between two Blue Flag status beaches, this development consists of a number of carefully positioned erven along the Bot River Lagoon with direct access to both the calm waters of the lagoon and the waves of the Indian Ocean.

Architectural and aesthetic guidelines have ensured that the homes already built blend in carefully with the environment. surround yourself with superlative views of mountains, lagoon, the sea and a herd of wild horses. This area is known for its bird life, fishing and water sport, just one hour’s drive from Cape Town.

Facilities include a swimming pool, tennis courts and club house. Middelvlei is also neighbours to Benguela Cove and the Arabella Golf and County Estate. It is ten minutes’ drive from Hermanus.