Off the Akotsi Junction on the Accra-Winneba highway, Gomoa Fetteh is a beach town in Ghana’s Central Region. Its inhabitants are well recognized in the community for their subsistence farming and fishing endeavours. But Gomoa Fetteh’s lengthy, spotless beach is what draws tourists there.
At Gomoa Fetteh, you’ll find two of Ghana’s most well-liked beach resorts, including the luxury White Sands Beach Club and the family- and backpacker-friendly Tills No. 1 Beach Resort. Those two resorts are among some of the best beach resorts in Ghana.
Tills is a motel and restaurant that is reasonably priced and accessible enough to Accra for day trips. You can boogie board and windsurf there as well. Basic overnight lodging is available, and a reasonable annual beach pass is available. It is located right off Accra-Winneba Road and is less than two hours’ drive from Accra.
Tills is the exact opposite of White Sands; it is pricey and upscale and draws the affluent Accra set. It is isolated from the mainland by a saltwater lagoon and features three restaurants and a bar.
About Gomoa Fetteh Town
White Sands is a short drive from Accra in the central region of Gomoa Fetteh, which was once a bastion of British rule and is now home to a number of forts and castles, including Elmina, Fort St. Jago, Fort Good Hope, and Cape Coast Castle, all of which have been restored and have been designated by UNESCO as World Heritage Monuments. The pristine rain forest at Kakum, the only one of its kind in West Africa, is one of the area’s main draws. It has lush foliage, a diverse range of flora and fauna, and a treetop canopy walkway that is a must-see for tourists. The spectators will be astonished by the number of fascinating festivals, like Bakatue, which marks the beginning of the fishing season, Aboakyer, which honours the game hunts, and Edina Buronya, which is the local equivalent of Christmas. The region’s fishing villages, historic towns as well as its undisturbed palm-fringed beaches are all within the vicinity of Whitesands.
About White Sands At Gomoa Fetteh Beach
The White Sands Beach Resort and Spa is located on the coast of Ghana, West Africa, and combines luxury and exclusivity in a delightful, exotic, understated way. The resort has 10 well-appointed, individually designed suites and chalets, and it is surrounded by 60 hectares of tropical gardens with exotic plants and trees imported from nine different countries. It also has a private beach, clubhouse, restaurants and bars, a tennis court, and a helipad.
The abundance of this sanctuary, which is filled with flowering trees, exquisite tropical flowers, canopied walks, orchid alleyways, and tranquil ponds, heightens the senses and immerses visitors in a sensory realm of deep relaxation.
While the beach club is wedged snugly between the ocean and the Kako Lagoon bird sanctuary, it is divided from the resort by the settlement of Gomoa Fetteh on one side and the exuberant energetic fisherman on the other. The White Sands Beach Resort and Spa offers a welcoming style that is expertly infused with the charm, culture, and history of Africa.
In this enchanted location, great care was taken in the planning and construction of this opulent resort to maintain and incorporate the beauty of the surrounding nature. This amazing piece of paradise, whose every architectural design, detail, warm earth tones, smooth surfaces, rich textures, subtle scents, and generate sensuous aesthetics, took seven years to build, think of, and complete.
We provide visitors with fresh culinary experiences that are both unique and familiar at White Sands Beach Resort and Spa. Our cuisine incorporates flavours from the Mediterranean and tropical belt countries.
The individuals who contribute to White Sands’ success. Our personnel, who came from eight different nations, contributed their traditions to make our visitors more comfortable. We place a strong emphasis on privacy in this luxurious, undiscovered tropical haven, which provides a specific kind of emotional comfort to a select few people known as the White Sands experience. One is far from television, phone, and other media resources here in White Sands.