Warner Beach Accommodation
Warner Beach is a tiny resort town on the KwaZulu Natal South Coast. It lies about 7 kilometres south of Amanzimtoti, just south of the Little Manzimtoti River, and north of Winkelspruit. It is only about a 30 minute drive from Durban, and the only thing which separates the town from the beach is the railway line, an idyllic and convenient setting to say the least.
Warner Beach was first established in the early 1900fs. It was 1910 when the land surveyor PA Warner, after which the settlement is named, put down the first plans for the town. It was being developed as a residential area for government pensioners and deemed suitable for its tranquil location and proximity to the big city.
Today Warner Beach is more or less self-sufficient with its own schools and shopping centres. Obviously it appeals to more than just pensioners these days and youfll find a mixture of families, retirees and tourists mingling on the beach front. The beach and shopping centres tend to offer one everything one needs but should you require something thatfs unavailable in the town, there is little doubt that youfll be able to find it 5 minutes down the road in Amanzimtoti.
Warner Beach boasts a beautiful subtropical climate which is tempered by the cool breeze which sometimes comes off the Indian Ocean. However, the weather and sea are warm enough year-round to make swimming and playing on the beach fun throughout the year.
Warner Beach is a renowned surfing spot on the KwaZulu Natal coast, paddle-skiers, kite-surfers, kayakers and fisherman all get pleasure from the beach here. The annual sardine run tends to draw a particularly large crowd to the area thanks to the spectacular of dolphins, sharks and sea birds which follow the sardines.
The famous dive spot, Aliwal Shoal is close by too.
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31 Ocean breeze is a ground floor, sea facing unit, situated on the main bathing beach of Winklespruit, protected by shark nets and qualified Life Savers. Comfortably sleeps 6 and the accommodation ch... More Info
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You deserve to have a perfect holiday break! We would love to accommodate you at Ocean Breeze a sea front complex in Winkelspruit, with direct access to the beach. Our complex is literarily on the b... More Info
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Ocean Breeze is one of the few sea front complexes in Winkelspruit, with direct access to the beach and main swimming beach. You will never have to get into a car and drive to the beach, its right on... More Info
Welcome to paradise. Awake to the sound of the surf breaking, enjoy a cup of coffee on your balcony and be the first to be kissed by the sun emerging over the ocean. Walk through the tropical garden o... More Info
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Magnificent accommodation with top class finishes and hi-tech appliances to make each moment's stay a lasting memory. Right on the beach with breathtaking ocean and beach views.
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Take a well-earned relaxing break in Warner Beach at Coral Sands Complex which is situated on Warner beach front.
Warner beach is a safe, well maintained beach which is popular for surf angling, sw... More Info
This upstairs, open plan apartment has a sea view, with a private and secluded balcony. Enjoy your meals and sundowners on the balcony watching the ocean and listening to the waves. This sea facing un... More Info
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Warner Beach Reviews
Beautiful, warm, child friendly and the perfect getaway my family and I needed.
- Soza Zuba
- Charmaine Van Niekerk
Lovely and quiet
- Anita Hoosen
Warner Beach\Winkelspruit is fantastic, big long open beaches, also nice for fishing, I like the area very much and it is close to a lot of things in the area and Durban.
- Burnette Smook
A relax, chilled out area with all the amenities you will need without the hassle and chaos that comes with the city.
- Shazia Adams