Villa Espanhola

Gaza Province, Gaza

Villa Espanhola

Villa Espanhola is situated on the outskirts of the village of BileneGaza provinceMozambiqueBilene is nestled next to the wonderful 27 km long San Martinho lagoon (Lagoa Uembje) and is easy accessible to visitors on good tarred roads. Turning off 160 km north of Maputo (Mozambique’s capital) at the town of Macia you will travel a further 30km to reach Bilene.

Accommodation at Villa Espanhola

Self catering Villas
Lovely newly built self catering villa‘s are now available at Villa Espanhola. Each villa has 2 bedrooms ( 1 x Double bed + 1 x twin bed) , en suite bathrooms, air conditioner and mosquitoes nets on windows. Spacious open plan lounge and fully equipped kitchen. Patio and communal garden area with braai facilities. These units can accommodate 4 people with extra mattress on floor for children sharing with parents or there is an interleading door between the units which could then accommodate 8 ppl.

Studio accommodation :
• 4 double-bed bedrooms and 4 twin bedrooms
• 2 units have interlinking doors to the adjacent bedroom (ideal for families)
• All bedrooms air-conditioned
• En-suite bathroom with bath and shower
• Private veranda
• Laundry service
• Serviced daily

Activities at Villa Espanhola

The 27km long and 5 km wide lagoon is an ideal family spot with long white stretches of sand for beach games and shallow, calm water for safe swimming. The lagoon does plunge up to depths of 50 meters, but is so shallow near the shores that it’s perfect for children.

  • Fishing
  • Sailing
  • Diving both in the lagoon and the open ocean
  • kayaking
  • Hiking
  • Canoeing
  • Wake boarding
  • Snorkeling
  • Whale watching and boat rides

There are some lovely off road routes around the lake system as well, with great quad bike trails. A 35 km ride through villages and inland lakes go as far as the Limpopo River Mouth. Birders also enjoy the birdlife, with large populations of flamingos and various other water birds visiting the area in the summer months searching the shallow fringes of the water for food, adding a true tropical paradise feel to the region.