These neighbourhoods are known for their Lifestyle

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Atlantic Seaboard
Beautiful views, beautiful people
Living in the Atlantic Seaboard is the perfect culmination of all things great. The Atlantic Seaboard is comfortably wrapped between the coastline and the mountains. It is an exclusive area with beautiful homes on the mountain, allowing for incredible sea views. Waking up to the fresh smell of the ocean and going for a run along the promenade is standard practice among residents in these areas. It is close to the city centre, with easy access to the national highways, and right on the beachfront.
Western Cape
Bloemfontein
Country life in the city
For the those who love to feel that they are living a country lifestyle, but are still in a big city, this is the place to live. This is a vibrant area and most of the residents living here are friendly and helpful. Bloemfontein is also a big tourist attraction city as it is so rich with South African history. The residents of this city are big sports lovers and it's the home of the Free State Cheetah’s rugby team.
Free State
Durban Central
Beach meets business
Durban Central is a diverse, colourful neighbourhood that includes the beachfront areas, the Berea, Morningside, Glenwood, Musgrave and the CBD. The beach is the biggest attraction and locals flock the promenade to cycle, run, surf, swim, fish or just catch some sun. There are also incredibly lush parks and open spaces dotted around the neighbourhod for residents to take advantage of. The nightlife in Durban Central is exciting with numerous bars, pubs, restaurants and night clubs in close proximity to each other. As its name implies, Durban Central's location makes it convenient to get to any of the other areas around Durban.
KwaZulu Natal
East London
Taking it easy in East London
East London, Oos-Londen, eMonti. It is a one-of-a-kind, beautiful, diverse city that lies between the Nahoon and Buffalo Rivers, that lead up to the warm Indian Ocean. East London’s economy is built on its industrial centre, which is the second largest in the Eastern Cape, and is recognised for its motor industry. It is also known as the business hub of the Transkei area, with many daily commuters coming in and out for work. Over the weekend you can put your feet up and relax, as just around the corner from the hustle and bustle lies the magnificent East Coast. With camping, game drives and a wide selection of holiday resorts along the beaches, there are endless adventures waiting to be discovered.
Eastern Cape
Langebaan
The Jewel of the West Coast
Almost year round sunshine, safe waters and reliable winds make the coastal town of Langebaan the ideal place for watersport lovers. The picturesque, modern town borders the scenic West Coast National Park. Nicknamed the ‘Jewel of the West Coast’, Langebaan is a short one hour drive from Cape Town and the bustling town has something for the whole family. The natural beauty attracts many outdoor lovers, while unique beach restaurants, abundant seafood and shopping attracts others.
Western Cape
Mossel Bay to Glentana
Waterside Wonder
With warm, beach-going weather throughout the year and kilometres of amazing beaches, Mossel Bay is a seaside wonder. Experience the riches of the Indian Ocean, the Cape fynbos, and the Outeniqua Mountains all within this neighbourhood in the Western Cape. There's an abundance of outdoor activities where the natural beauty of this area can be appreciated. A rich history and culture exists here, and is displayed in museums, historical sites and more.
Western Cape
Nelspruit (Mbombela)
City life amongst nature's treasures
Nelspruit or Mbombela, the capital of Mpumalanga, is a vibrant, sub-tropical city that has a rich history and is teeming with wildlife. There is an abundance of outdoor adventures in nature and many attractions. This diverse city is the gateway to Kruger National Park, and home to lush botanical gardens, as well as great shopping.
Mpumalanga
Paarl to Franschhoek
Serenity amongst the hills and vineyards
Surrounded by serenity and splendour, the area between Paarl and Franschhoek is simply breathtaking wherever you look. The locals are friendly, helpful people and this area attracts tourists from all over the world. There is an abundance of activities, from historical monuments to quaint farm markets, there's never a dull day here. Paarl offers residents a feeling of safety and security, and a supportive, intimate community. It's a great neighbourhood for families and young couples wanting to be away from busy city life.
Western Cape
Port Elizabeth
Be Blown Away by PE
A seaside city with an artsy air. Dubbed the “Windy City”, this coastal area has world-class beaches. An outdoor-lover’s dream, the city has the Big 5 of the animal kingdom, boat cruises, museums, an oceanarium and much more. For those interested in history, Port Elizabeth proudly hosts one of the oldest surviving Settler cottages, as well as many museums.
Eastern Cape
Richards Bay
Blue Flag Beauty
The town of Richards Bay is a progressive seaport town located in an attractive environment. This town is vibrant and fast becoming the north coast holiday destination, offering spectacular scenery and unspoilt beaches. Residents of this town can enjoy a summer climate all year round. Richards Bay business centre has modern facilities and excellent recreational activities for residents and visitors alike. A popular beach in Richards Bay is the one and only Alkantstrand blue flag beach. Surfers and bathers flock to Alkantstrand Beach to enjoy the waves and the view surrounding this stunning area.
KwaZulu Natal