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Houses and Flats in Ballito, KwaZulu Natal

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Situated near the growing business hub of Umhlanga Rocks lies the picturesque Ballito. This beautiful coastal town is known for its resident bottlenose dolphins that often frequent the clear blue waters. Properties for sale in Ballito usually sell fast because it is such a wonderful town to call home. Ballito is just off the N2 freeway and has developed into an exciting community over the past few years. With shopping centres, excellent schools and gorgeous housing estates right at your doorstep, it is no wonder that more and more people choose to leave the city behind and trade it for the seaside.

Ballito stretches from the northern Tugela River down to Zimbali. This coastal estate is one of the most luxurious and sought-after estates in KwaZulu-Natal and offers a wide range of activities on its grounds. The town is rooted in a rich and diverse history and here you will find people of all backgrounds enjoying the tranquility that it has to offer. Ballito is the perfect holiday town with pristine beaches on one side and the vast magnificent ocean on the other side.

Attractions in Ballito

Ballito is the perfect place for beach lovers, holidaymakers, families and young couples. Willard Beach provides safe swimming and qualified lifeguards are on duty seven days a week. This beach is also protected with shark nets, making it a popular place for surfing and bodyboarding. Clarke Beach is also a great beach to spend the day and further south you will find the Ballito tide pool which caters for the young and old. Moving further down along the coast lies Salmon Bay which is a launch area for watercraft. It is also home to the Ballito Inflatable Boat Clubhouse.

Because the beaches are so well maintained and looked after, Ballito has become a popular fishing spot. Fishermen are guaranteed to fish to their hearts’ content in a clean and safe environment. Fishing licenses are available at any of the local post offices but licenses for oysters, mussels, and crayfish can only be purchased from the Nature Conservation Offices at 25 Stella Road in Umbilo, Durban.

If you aren’t too keen on the beach, then there are many other types of activities available that you can enjoy. Ballito is situated near a crocodile farm, or you can enjoy a day out with the family at Sugar Rush Park. The North Coast is bursting with retail stores, restaurants, and shopping malls so there is something for everyone. Enjoy a sundowner at a local bar or drive out to Umhlanga if you are keen on an exciting night out.

Appeal of Ballito

Ballito is the perfect spot for businesspeople, families, and young couples to establish themselves. It is a quiet area, but it should not be underestimated in any way. It is close to King Shaka International Airport, making travelling an absolute breeze. There are many B&Bs, guesthouses and other options for accommodation available, making it a favourite amongst national and international travelers.

The town offers different residential options to property owners including apartments, complexes (like the aforementioned Zimbali and Simbithi Eco Estate), family homes, and impressive mansions. The Dolphin Coast is a dream for many people and as the town grows and expands, so does the diverse group of residents choosing to settle there. Amongst the development of the town, there is still a certain village charm that offers serenity and tranquility amongst residents. What could be better than kicking your feet up after a long day, sipping a cocktail on your deck and watching the dolphins as they swim by?

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