Mossel Bay

Mossel Bay

St Blaize Hiking Trail Mossel Bay

The Starting Point is at Bat's Cave and ends in Dana Bay. The distance is 15 km one way. The duration 4 hrs. Rating is average, high cliffs on one side. No permit needed, but children must be accompanied by an adult.
Cape St Blaize Hiking Trail features coastal views with towering cliffs and rocks and a number of bays and coves.

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Bayview Beauty Spot

Bayview Beauty Spot offers Back and neck massages, Non-surgical facelift, Mini Pedicure with gel, all body waxes.
Bridal & Permanent Make-up. Eye Lash Extensions.

Come speak to our qualified therapists today about our skincare, Sunbed and affordable Beauty Treatments.
- Microdermabrasion
- Body treatments
-Sunbed
- Waxing
-Tinting

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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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Cape Saint Blaize Surfing Spot

In the Mossel Bay area the most popular surfing sports are at Cape Saint Blaize and Die Bakkie. Situated at the Point, Inner Pool is the playground for most locals. It has a great peeling, consistent top-to-bottom wave, or hotdog wave, which means you can pull about any saucy maneuver on it.
Young and old thrive here, from the competitive rising stars, to the legends of Mossel Bay.
Works best: 3-5ft – Pushing tide – SW winds

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The Maritime Museum Mossel Bay

The building as originally erected in 1901 to serve as a grain and sawmill. It has now been adapted to serve as a unique Maritime Museum. A life-sized replica of Bartolomeu Dias’s caravel is on display together with all aspects of the maritime history of the early Portuguese, Dutch and English navigators.

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The Shell Museum

This structure was erected in 1902. The building was also used as a furniture factory and garage for motor repairs. The building is still in a very good state of repair and the solid wooden pillars render a special atmosphere to this edifice.
On the lower level the “touch tank” and aquarium enables visitors and school groups to actively learn about sea life and the creatures along South Africa’s shoreline. A “man and mollusc” exhibition portrays the history of the use of shells by man.

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Old Post Office Tree

The Old Post Office Tree in Mossel Bay at the Dias Museum is a 500 year old Milkwood Tree, where you can still post a your letter in the first 'post office' in South Africa.

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Juanita du Plessis in Hartenbos

Event Date: 
Sat, 05/06/2010 - 16:30

Hoerskool Punt bied aan Juanita du Plessis by die Walvissaal in Hartenbos.
18:30 vir 19:00
Kaartjies beskikbaar!! R70 per persoon
Navrae: Tel 044 691 2247/74 * Sel 082 688 7469 (Elise)

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The Cape St Blaize Cave Mossel Bay

People have long since found shelter in this cave: Artefacts found here date back eighty thousand years.Also known as Bat's Cave this name was given by occupation of the area when thousands of bats still lived there.The roof of the Cave is over 10m high, it is 12m deep and 22 metres wide at its mouth. This is a superb lookout point.

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St Blaize Lighthouse Mossel Bay

St Blaize Lighthouse Mossel Bay is open for tours throughout the year. 10:00am to 3:00pm The use of light beacons or fires to guide ships dates back to 600 BC. Fires were used on Robben Island before Greenpoint Lighthouse was erected in 1824. St Blaize lighthouse was commissioned in l864. Today all lighthouses along the coasts of South Africa are fully automated, except for only two manned lighthouses, of which St Blaize is one, still operating at dangerous spots.

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