2 bedrooms, patio . lovely canal view - well finished, quality and style. Granite counter tops. Marina Martinique is a magnificent showcase of man-made waterways, quaint bridges and luxury homes in a secure fenced-in environment. Here fresh ocean air blends with clear blue waters and the bright sunshine is in abundance. The complex sprawls behind the tall sand dunes of Aston Bay, along some pristine coastline, situated 5km outside Jeffrey's Bay. Owners see the Marina as their holiday home or else as a healthy capital investment with which to secure their retirement. The Marina boasts classic double-arched bridges in a Cape-Caribbean architectural theme where the waterways are lined with palm trees. With the excellent security in place, the complex is now a highly sought-after suburb of Jeffrey's Bay.
Imagine waking up each morning and having to decide if your mood is likely to steer you to the Marina for a little sailing or kayaking; perhaps an hour or two of fly fishing after breakfast, followed by a leisurely stroll along more than a kilometre of sandy beach before lunching al fresco.
A visit to the fascinating shark aquarium might precede a spot of bird watching, as the afternoon lazily stretches its shadows towards a copper sunset. There is the prospect of cocktails at the clubhouse with friends who have had the same choices to make.
At Marina Martinique, time stands still, adventure abounds and life shapes up how you want it to be!
All this and more is possible at Marina Martinique, not only because there are so many leisure activities from which to choose, but because the superb all year-round climate of unprecedented sunny days, is conducive to spending so much time outdoors.
Marina Martinique is to be found in a temperate climate zone with more warm sunny days than anywhere else in the world, making it the perfect destination for holidays or retirement. Rainfall is scattered throughout the year, but is rarely excessive. The climate is generaly warm and is seldom uncomfortably hot or humid.
Jeffreys Bay is acknowledged as one of the top 10 surf spots in the world and is host to a "Billabong Pro Tour"annual event. Golfers have a selection of courses nearby and there are both tennis and bowling facilities. The famous Shell Festival, that attracts people from all over the country, takes place in September every year. For the more adventurous, scuba diving is available, as well as dune boarding and deep-sea fishing.
The Jeffreys Bay Shell Museum houses an impressive and beautiful collection of local shells gathered on the beaches of Jeffreys Bay, as well as shells from other countries.
Visitors are welcome to collect specimens which are varied and plentiful. There are a number of small nature reserves in the area, such as the Kabeljous Estuary and Nature Reserve, which is a walk-about reserve, with a safe beach for swimming and excellent fishing opportunities, as well as bird watching.
The Noorsekloof Nature Reserve is a 28.7ha reserve stretching up to Wavecrest -small buck and many birds can be seen along the 3km trail running alongside the stream.
Then, there is the Seekoei River Nature Reserve, which is on the Seekoei River estuary. It is a bird watchers paradise, as the hide overlooks the Seekoei River where there is an abundance of water fowl.
Check these exciting activities in Jeffreys Bay to suit every possible taste:
Horse trails and horse riding, Deep sea fishing trips, Game tours, Skate park, Dune boarding, River rafting, Hiking and walks, Surfing, Fishing, Scuba diving - Depths vary from 10 -50 metres, Speciality dives such as wreck, deep and night dives are offered, Sea temperature varies from 14ºC -23ºC