All - Beach

Coney Beach

Coney Beach is situated at the bottom of The Heads and is one of only two beaches you'll find in Knysna. It is small but very scenic and is not safe for swimming, but a good place to go fishing. At the top there are braais and tables and a board walk that leads to the beach.

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Robberg Beach, Plettenberg Bay, Garden Route

Robberg Beach, Plettenberg Bay, Garden Route

Blue Flag Beach... Popular for long walks, the beach stretches for kilometres between the Robberg Peninsula and Beacon Island.

Facilities include public toilets and various parking areas.

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Victoria Bay Beach

9km east of George on the N2 to Knysna. This little cove is world renowned for surfing, especially during winter. Great for fishing, swimming and has a tidle pool.

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Buffalo Bay Beach

Buffalo Bay Beach is about half way between Knysna & Sedgefield. Offers unspoiled seaside scenery, safe swimming and superb surfing conditions. Dolphins are frequently spotted and Southern Right whales visit this section of the Cape coast annually between May & November. Here you'll see some of the highest vegetated sand dunes in the world.
This is a stunning beach in a small bay. Safe for swimming and there are life gaurds in season. Very popular for fishing off the rocks,surfing, paddle skiing, kite surfing and has a jetty.

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Central Beach, Plettenberg Bay

Central Beach, Plettenberg Bay

Often the busiest beach in Plett. They have life guards on duty in season and it's the launch site for dive charters, Marine Safaris, ocean kayaking tours, etc...

Facilities include: restaurants, bars, public toilets and the local National Sea Rescue Station.

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Wilderness Beach

Wilderness Beach is the main beach for Wilderness and is great for fishing, kite surfing and swimming (life gaurds), but swimming in the estuary is recommended. Parking, toilets and showers.

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Cola Beach

Cola Beach is situated east of Myoli Beach. The beach can be accessed from the Myoli Whale Watching platform which is hike of 1.5 km. It can also be accessed via a public staircase just of Dover Drive. It is popular for its wind erosion of its dunes. It's not a safe beach to go for a swim, but is animal friendly and perfect for a beach walk.

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Myoli Beach

Myoli Beach borders Sedgefield's estuary on the east and is very popular for whale and dolphin watching (Whale watching deck on top of dune). Parking area at the hotel (Cabanas) with toilets and showers. Not safe for swimming, but excellent for long beach walks and is animal friendly.

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Herold's Bay

Only 15 kilometres from George, the bay literally nestles in a sheltered rocky cove with a wide stretch of beach and inviting waters. It has two tidal pools,life gaurds, is wheelchair friendly, has braai areas and toilets. Popular for fishing, surfing and whale watching.

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Swartvlei Beach

Swartvlei Beach is situated 5km from Sedgefield off the N2. Very nice parking area, showers, toilets, walkway to the beach and a stunning walk to Gericke's Point. Life guards in season (school holidays).

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Keurbooms Beach, Plettenberg Bay, Garden Route

Keurbooms Beach, Plettenberg Bay, Garden Route

Extremely beautiful and a little bit more private than the other beaches.

Facilities include: a restaurant, public toilets and parking

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Cape Saint Blaize Tidal Pool

Cape Saint Blaize Tidal Pool is a natuaral tidal pool situated at the point. To the right is a stunnig veiw of the caves and the Cape Saint Blaize Lighthouse. Bring a picnic basket, blanket and let the children have a swim or just come for that perfect sundowner.

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