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This is a beautiful stretch of beach. Secluded, soft sand, rolling waves. We walked in perfect isolation for an hour along this lovely stretch of coast. No cafes, no bars, just a lovely sense of calm. Please keep it this way for us by staying...More
There is plenty to do; rock pools at low tide, swimming at all tides, shell gathering, great flat sandy beaches. The beaches have almost no people so very quiet and private.
It windy like the whole area but great nonetheless.
This is yet another stretch of beautiful coastline, this time not in the hub of Jeffrey's Bay, but out west, past Aston Bay, and over the Seekoei river. As to be expected, it is a lot cleaner than the main beaches at Jeffrey's, but there...More
If you are visiting J'bay another one if those must see beaches if you are looking for an escape from the hustle and bustle of town. It is simply stunning makes for great photographs and easily accessed
Best family beach... lagoon intake ideal with some splash pools on the side. If you are willing to take an early morning stroll you will find the most beautiful shells on the beach. Beach very safe as neighbourhood watch is very active in the area...More
A long while beach backed by vegetated dunes. Very tranquil and relaxing. Lovely for a long walk along the beach and also good for swimming as there are two places along the length of the beach suitable for swimming with life-guards on duty. Not for...More
We visited this beach to walk and collect shells.
It was mid afternoon and I guess there were no more than 30 people along the whole stretch.
There were a couple of guys fishing, a couple sunbathing and the rest just walking and enjoying the...More