LIVING IN NAPIER
The Village affords residents the very best of both worlds. From the comfort of the cottages and the beautifully restored Victorian clubhouse to the rustic, real village feel created by the town butcher, dairy, post office and home-made food and wine stores, there is little this lifestyle lacks.
Less than two hours from Cape Town, Napier’s surrounds offer a wealth of interest and attractions for both the intrepid adventurer and the laid-back day-trippers. Magnificent coastlines at Africa’s southernmost tip, Cape Agulhas, indigenous and fragrant fynbos as well as ports of rich maritime history await discovery a mere 30 minutes away. For those who love the restorative qualities of warm salt water and soft beaches, 200 year old fishing village Arniston and whale-haven Hermanus are within a leisurely hour’s drive away.
Hiking, cycling, bird-watching and dolphin-spotting are some activities Napier residents enjoy on excursion at De Hoop Coastal Nature Reserve – another gem the outlying areas of the Retirement Village offers.
Back at home, Napier’s community is connected by their appreciation of a slow-paced life – and sheltered by the Soetmuisberg Mountains in the lush Overberg valley, it’s here residents find a stimulating, yet serene new life chapter.
Come and visit us at Napier Retirement Village for a glimpse into the sumptuous and simple, rich and rewarding way of life that awaits you.