Tag: beaches

  • Summerstrand Hotel

    Nestled on the shores of the warm Indian Ocean with the Humewood Links Golf Course at it’s back, the Summerstrand Hotel is one of Nelson Mandela Bay’s premier hotels. The superb location affords guests views of the beach, the golf course, and of the hotel’s private, carefully landscaped gardens. This is the place to go if you’re planning to enjoy plenty of water sport activities during your ...

  • The Kelway Hotel

    If you enjoy a stunning sea view and warm hospitality, look no further than the Kelway Hotel. This stunning hotel is located in Brookes Hill Drive in Humewood, Port Elizabeth. The area is close to the beach and to shopping and business facilities and so the hotel enjoys the perfect location for both leisure and business travelers.

  • Protea Hotel Marine

    Located on Marine Drive in Summerstrand, Port Elizabeth, the Protea Hotel Marine offers guests a spectacular view of Pollock Beach, Algoa Bay and the sparkling azure Indian Ocean stretching out toward the horizon. This quality 4-star hotel is located within walking distance of some of Port Elizabeth’s best beaches, historic attractions, Bayworld oceanarium and the Boardwalk Casino and ...

  • Brookes Hill Suites

    If the idea of waking up to a breathtaking view of the Indian Ocean each morning appeals to you, then the Brookes Hill Suites will likely be just the sort of place you’d enjoy staying. This stunning establishment enjoys a breathtaking location just opposite Port Elizabeth’s most popular beach and yet entertainment complexes and transportation facilities are never far away.

  • Port Nolloth

    Situated on South Africa’s Diamond Coast, Port Nolloth provides a relaxing holiday for those who are looking to get away from it all. Beautiful beaches, interesting history and the opportunity to explore the local culture make Port Nolloth an ideal destination when touring the Northern Cape Province.

  • South Beach

    Located at the beginning of Durban’s Golden Mile, South Beach attracts holidaymakers in their droves. With uShaka Marine World as South Beach's major attraction, and in fact one of Durban's primary tourist attractions, the beach is often referred to as uShaka Beach, while the suburb bordering the beach is still referred to as South Beach.

  • Wedge Beach

    Durban's beautiful beaches are very popular among both local and international surfers, with surfing competitions taking place along the beaches of the city's Golden Mile on a regular basis. So it should come as no surprise that some of Durban's beaches have names that relate directly to surfing, and such is the case with Wedge Beach located to the right of the beachfront's new pier. The ...

  • Bay of Plenty Beach

    Forming part of Durban's vibrant Golden Mile, the Bay of Plenty lies at the heart of the beachfront, with high-rise hotels and apartment buildings making the most of the stunning sea view. Along with North Beach and South Beach, the Bay of Plenty is the venue for a number of international surfing and beach volleyball tournaments, as well as being popular with the holiday crowds that flock to ...

  • Bikini Beach

    The Hollands Hottentots Mountains form the backdrop for the picturesque Gordon’s Bay which is located approximately thirty minutes drive from Cape Town. Not only is it a popular escape from city life for locals, but it is also home to one of the Western Cape’s Blue Flag beaches, Bikini Beach. Earning a

  • Big Bay Beach

    With superb views of both Table Mountain and Robben Island, Big Bay Beach near Blouberg in Table Bay is a stretch of soft white sand with two rocky points stretching out into the sea creating a small bay. Despite the somewhat chilly water of the Atlantic Ocean, Big Bay Beach is a popular spot for surfing, wind-surfing, kite-surfing and swimming, offering visitors the safety factor of a ...