Amanzimtoti at a glance

Amanzimtoti is a stunning seaside town on the KwaZulu-Natal coast, 25 kilometres to the south of Durban. Amanzimtoti is a popular town for real estate and property investors who are looking for a holiday house close to Durban or for the more affluent businessman who commutes to Durban daily.

The greater Amanzimtoti area maps and links include Astra Park, Athlone Park, Doon Heights, Doonside, Ezimbokodweni, Illovo Beach, Illovo Glen, Illovo North, Illovo South, Isipingo, Isipingo Beach, Isipingo Rail, Karridene, Kingsburgh, Kwamakhutha, Lotus Park, Mid Illovo, Orient Hills, Panorama Park, Prospecton, Shulton Park, St Winifreds, Umbogintwini, Warner Beach, Winklespruit

There are many beautiful homes, villas, apartments, townhouses, security complexes and guest houses for sale or rental. The unusual name comes from an exclamation 'Kanti! Amanzi a mtoti' that the Zulu warrior-king Shaka is said to have made when he stopped at the bank of a local river to quench his thirst. It means 'So! The water is sweet'.

Amanzimtoti has a balmy, sub-tropical climate. The excellent beaches attract sunbathers especially at Inyoni Rocks and Pipeline. Swimming in the warm Indian Ocean is safe and there is very good fishing in the area.

Amanzimtoti has a superb infrastructure with good schools, many shops including the Galleria Mall which was completed in 2010 and boasts 87 000sqm of retail space. Many good medical services are easily accessible. Sporting and leisure amenities along with entertainment are well catered for and there are many excellent restaurants, bars and pubs.

Nature lovers will enjoy the nearby Ilanda Wilds, which is a small but richly vegetated riverine patch. It is home to a large variety of birds and 120 different kinds of trees and shrub. It is a popular place for nature walks and picnics.

The Umdoni Bird Sanctuary also provides a short nature trail as well as bird watching hides. There are many indigenous and exotic species including waterfowl, herons and giant and pygmy kingfishers.

Seeff Amanzimtoti can assist you with a wide selection of residential property for sale and rental including houses, apartments, cluster developments, security villages, retirement complexes, townhouses, land and guesthouses. Make a Smart move and purchase a property in Amanzimtoti.

295 Residential Homes For Sale in Amanzimtoti

FROM R160,000 to R12,500,000

23 Residential Homes To Let in Amanzimtoti

FROM R4,500 to R23,000

2 Commercial Properties For Sale in Amanzimtoti

FROM R3,300,000 to POA

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