This is a stay longer, holiday destination.
You will be sure to find something to tantalize your tastebuds in Kommetjie and we recommend trying something traditional!
The peaceful settlement of Masiphumelele, home to a largely Xhosa speaking community, offers informative Township Tours with visits to some of the community projects in the area. Overnight stays are also offered.
This is a traditional fishing community with a captivating history of relocation and seafarer tales. This animated, energetic populace will welcome you on a walking tour or invite you to dine with them on traditional dishes and karaoke. You may even experience the local Cape Minstrel troupe.
An excellent spot for a stroll and for watching the sunset over the Atlantic Ocean.
Stretching from Kommetjie to Noordhoek is a surfing paradise. Endless beach walks at sunrise or sunset or simply hanging out for sundowners. Watch marine bird life or spring into action with kite surfing or horseriding. And do look out for the Cape Clawless Otter.
South Africa's tallest cast iron lighthouse offers a fascinating tour and panoramic views.
This historic Cape Dutch farm dating back to 1795 offers you the opportunity to enjoy a meal at the restaurant overlooking Long Beach and the wetlands, sample organic cheeses, browse the shops, visit the snake park or even ride a camel!
This chapel was built by Italian craftsmen in 1948 as a memorial to Joseph Rubbi, an early inhabitant of the area.
Walk with resident baboon troops in their natural environment.
Soetwater Recreational Area:
This is a hot spot for marine coastal birding. The Middens Traditional Seafood Boma offers a unique dining experience and guided tours.
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