Busua is a resort village on the southern coast of Ghana. It’s known for the long Busua Beach, with strong Atlantic surf. Busua is a beach resort is in the Ahanta West district of the Western Region in Ghana, about 30 kilometers west of the regional capital, Sekondi-Takoradi in the Gulf of Guinea. Busua is classified in the category of towns with more than 5,000 inhabitants, with a paved road from Sekondi to reach the town. The inhabitants speak the Akan language dialect Ahanta.
Busua fishing village is known for its blue marlin and tuna fishery. Its beachfront is lined with hotels and seafood restaurants. To the southwest, at Dixcove, the white 17th-century Fort Metal Cross was a British colonial trading post. East of Busua, on a hill behind the village of Butre, is the Dutch-built Fort Batenstein, with coastal views from its bastions.
The beach resort is nestled between Abidjan (Côte d’Ivoire) and Accra Ghana’s capital city. Positioned on several acres of natural sandy beaches overlooking the Atlantic Ocean, Busua boasts of 62 luxurious rooms and suites in chalet style and restaurants with mouth-watering cuisine. Enjoy the beautiful waves good for surfing, beach volleyball, and other fun activities.
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