Resort Overview

Welcome to paradise

San Martinho Beach Club offers holiday makers and owners alike a place to relax and take in the beautiful environment.

Whether you prefer to take a dip in the cool water, discover something new or have heart-pumping adventure there is an activity for you.

First-class accommodation

Our apartments are situated right on the soft sand with immediate access to the lagoon. We offer spacious 3 or 4 bedroom self-catering units that are serviced daily.

With a fully equipped kitchen, lounge and patio with braai facilities, this is all you’ll need for your sea-side holiday.

Enjoy your holiday

Both San Martinho Beach Club and Bilene offer visitors the opportunity to experience Mozambique in many ways. Whether you are a keen fisherman, were born for the water, yearn for adventure or simply prefer the happy-go-lucky way of life there is something for you to do.

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We look forward to welcoming you

Our Resort Manager and staff can’t wait to welcome you and make you feel right at home. Read what previous guests had to say about our resort, staff and facilities.

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Escape to a revitalising setting


San Martinho Beach Club facilities include:


  • 1.3km of beach frontage Enjoy the soft sand and warm waters of Mozambique
  • Rim flow swimming pool Cool off in the pool with views over the lagoon
  • Dry bar Bring your own drinks and sip on some refreshments in the pool
  • Gym Keep up with your fitness routine whilst enjoying the beautiful view
  • Games Room Young and old will enjoy indoor games like table soccer, foosball and table tennis
  • Resort Water Skiing / wakeboarding For the adrenalin junky – even more water-based fun!
  • Jungle Gym Let your little ones play to their heart’s content
  • Outside Chess Board Challenge your friends and family to a game in the shade of the trees
  • Bird watching Birding enthusiasts will enjoy all the bird species that have made the Resort their home
  • Kayaks Explore the lagoon or the shallow ocean – you may even spot a dolphin!
  • Stand-up Paddle Boards Can you keep your balance? Take on the still lagoon on a SUP board
  • Hotel Infinity Pool San Martinho Beach Club is all about the water after all!
  • Paddle Boat Enjoy a leisurely paddle across the lagoon with your loved ones
  • Beach Volleyball Who’ll be left in the dust and who’ll be the winners? Enjoy a great game on the sand
  • Bicycle hire Explore the Resort grounds and area on a bike
  • Adventure Golf A firm favourite amongst young and old
  • SandBar Lounge & Café Nothing beats a good meal after a long day of swimming and sight-seeing
  • SandBar Cruises The perfect way to end your day in Bilene
  • Board Games Perfect for rainy days or late nights – get your games from Reception
  • Boules Can you hit the target or get close enough?
  • Library Enjoy some light reading in the shade of a palm tree or whilst cuddling up on cool evenings
  • Walk-on snakes & ladders Kiddies will have a blast on this outdoor game board
  • Surf and offshore fishing Mozambique is all about the fishing – get your rod and reel ready!

Future Facilities Include:

  • 2 x Tennis Courts For the enthusiast – hit it out on the tennis court
  • Mashie Golf Take a swing and meet some new people on the course
  • Beach Bar Sip on something cold during the warm evenings.
  • Fishing Charters Bring your mates and make a day or two out of it whilst you bring in the big catch
  • Small sailboat hire Perfect for leisurely days on the ocean


Attractions nearby San Martinho Beach Club include:

  • Bilene Beach Work on your sun tan or take a dip in the warm waters
  • 4×4 and quad biking Trails See the Bilene landscape from a different perspective
  • Wimbi Beach Join the crowds and explore the local bars and restaurants
  • Uembje Lagoon 13km of water and the perfect spot for an array of water sports
  • Learn to Kiteboard Tick an item off your holiday goals by learning how to Kiteboard. It’ll be an experience you’ll never forget
  • Inhaca Island A firm favourite amongst eco-tourists and divers for the diverse fauna and flora
  • Deep sea fishing Mozambique is famous for the excellent fishing spots
  • Snorkelling Beautiful reefs and clear waters make this a great snorkelling destination
  • Xai-Xai Day Trip Xai-Xai is a 90km or one hour drive from the resort. There are plenty of restaurants at the beach as well as operators offering quad bike tours and deep sea fishing
  • Diving With an active marine world and beautiful underwater reefs, this is a favourite spot for divers
  • Turtle Cove Experience Between November and March each year it’s time for the turtles to lay their eggs. It’s very interesting to see these huge creatures make their way around so remember your binoculars
  • Turtle Cliff Trail See the giant leather back turtles lay their eggs and make their way back to the ocean
  • Local Bilene Market Buy fresh fruit, bread, seafood, cold beers and unique keepsakes from the friendly locals
  • Water Sports The lagoon is a water sport enthusiast’s playground. Explore the lagoon with a wide variety of water sports
  • Lighthouse View Point The Monte Belo Lighthouse is located atop the hill, about 3 km northwest of the Limpopo River estuary, along the trail, on the coast of Indian Ocean, Mozambique

Getting There

Make your trip easier with our helpful tips


San Martinho Beach Club is situated 180km north of Maputo and 3km from the Bilene Airport. South Africans will find it an easy drive (8 hours) from Johannesburg. You do not need a 4 x 4 to reach our Resort.

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Border Information

Nationals of the following countries are exempt from tourist visas when visiting Mozambique for no longer than 30 days: Botswana, Malawi, Mauritius, South Africa, Swaziland, Tanzania, Zambia and Zimbabwe. Multiple-entry into Mozambique for tourism reasons is permitted within a single calendar year, provided that each stay does not exceed 30 days.

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Driving Tips

Take note of the speed limits as they reduce down to 60km/h when passing through villages. Traffic officials use radar as a means of trapping. If traffic officials stop you, be courteous and polite. If you are in the wrong, pay the fine but insist on a receipt.

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