About Martinique 5
Martinique 5 is a self-catering apartment which sleeps six people. This spacious luxury apartment offers 180 degree views of the ocean from the kitchen, living room, main bedroom and balcony.
The well-maintained apartment is fully equipped with three bedrooms and two bathrooms with baths and showers. The open-plan kitchen, lounge and dining room offer a flat screen TV, DVD player and a video player. DStv is available at an additional fee of R25 per day. The fully equipped kitchen has granite tops with a microwave, fridge, freezer, dishwasher, washing machine and tumble-dryer.
There is an air-conditioner in each bedroom and ceiling fans throughout the apartment. A spacious, partly covered patio is equipped with a built-in gas braai and an outside eight-seater table. A lock-up garage and under cover parking is available, and a cleaning service can be arranged at an extra fee.
Beach: We are located 500 m from the popular Lucien Beach which has Blue Flag status and is a popular surfing and bodyboarding beach with lifeguards on duty.
A breakage deposit of R1000 is to be paid in cash on arrival.
Martinique 5 Map
*Distances are shown as the crow flies and not necessarily the actual travelling
Things to do in and around Manaba Beach
(0.6 km from Manaba Beach)
Funworld is situated in a beautifully restored old cinema and casino complex in the centre of Margate on Marine Drive. Dodgem cars, putt-putt, kids rides, pool and arcade games ensure that there’s amusement for everyone.
(0.8 km from Manaba Beach)
Backline is one of the longest standing nightclubs south of Durban. This party specialist and dance club in Marine Drive boasts some serious clout, regularly hosting top international and national DJ’s.
(1 km from Manaba Beach)
Lucien Beach is a popular Blue Flag swimming beach situated along the Hibiscus Coast of KwaZulu-Natal. The beach has a small shop as well as arts and crafts for sale around the main parking area. There are lifeguards on duty throughout the year and...
(1.5 km from Manaba Beach)
If you wanted to learn to surf back in the day, you’d have to find a board and figure it out for yourself. If you were very lucky, a buddy or a longsuffering boyfriend would give you a few tips before disappearing quickly behind the backline. Then...