What to do in and around Atlantis

Sundowne Activities

Enjoy the beauty of the country side by trying some of the activities we have to offer. Try out our challenging obstacle course, and for those who want to take it easy, grab a drink in the dining area or make use of our braai facilities.


Take the challenge. Different levels available from easy to advanced.
A perfect team building activity.
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Braai Facilities

Enjoy a day out in the countryside. Wood and braai packs available on request

Horseriding on the property

Groote Post Winery

Groote Post is a beautiful historic wine farm dating back to 1706, situated in the Darling area on the West Coast. Many of the buildings, including the Manor House and cellar, are National Monuments. Part of a family-owned, 4 000 hectare working farm the winery produces award-winning wines.

The farm incorporates a game camp and offers game drives and a bird hide. The views of the Atlantic Coast and Table Mountain are spectacular. The popular restaurant (housed in the Manor House) offers modern country cuisine.

In spring the farm is covered in wildflowers. Along with these attractions, the compelling feature of the farm is its membership of the Biodiversity Wine Initiative with a commitment made to preserving thousands of hectares of endangered fynbos.
Open Monday to Friday 09:00 – 17:00, Saturday to Sunday 10:00 – 14:30, Public Holidays: 10:00 – 16:00.

Atlantis Dunes

Atlantis Dunes is located just outside Atlantis and is exactly what the name says, a huge sand dune – or sandpit. Adventurers are able to take their 4×4 vehicles and no low range is required. A high clearance vehicle is recommended. This is a great day activity when visiting Atlantis.

Atlantis Dunes is 6.8km from the centre of Atlantis, the nearest airport 45.5km (Cape Town International Airport).
*Distances are shown as the crow flies and not necessarily the actual travelling Telephone: 021 487 2485

Melkbos Beach

The first West Coast beach you will encounter on leaving Cape Town is Melkbos. Perfect for long, lazy walks and safe swimming, Melkbos Beach offers beautiful views of Robben Island and Table Mountain. The sunsets are stunning.

Good surfing conditions can be found at Corner, Tubewave and Derdesteen. Melkbos Beach is also a popular spot for kitesurfing, windsurfing, crayfishing and boating.

Koeberg Nature Reserve

Eskom controls 3000 ha of West Coast around the Koeberg Nuclear Power Station. In keeping with both Eskom’s environmental policy and national conservation trends, Eskom has decided to open this property to the public. Grysbok, Steenbok and the larger Duiker are buck species in the area and Bontebok and Springbok have been introduced as well. The elusive African wild cat, Grey mongoose and genet can also be seen. 153 Bird species can also be observed. A hidden treasure in the reserve is a large underground lake that supplies a lot of the surrounding areas with water.

The Grysbok Hiking Trail

This two-hour walk starts at the Koeberg Visitor Centre. Part of the walk is along the beach and passes a salt marsh, rich in birdlife. The trail leads you around the main reactor, heading for the beach on the Cape Town side.

Thandeka Horse Riding

The Thandeka Stables in Melkbosstrand offers horse riding for novices and seasoned riders in some of the most beautiful parts of the area. With over 40 years of experience, the owners ensure a safe and wonderful experience. They even offer to ride for the disabled and specialized equine therapy. Picnics can be catered for and a quaint little coffee shop is situated on the premises.Telephone:+27 (0)83 230-2078