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Our city has a lot to offer you. Visitors like to stroll through the city centre and go to the famous “Point”. This is a great way to get to know the center of Mossel Bay. On the way through the city centre, restaurants, cafes, surf spots, souvenir and gift shops as well as many other shops invite you to browse and linger. The “Point” in Mossel Bay not only offers a magnificent view over part of our beautiful city, but is also a suitable place to stay for the whole family. Pamper yourself culinary. Each of the city’s many restaurants has its own theme and offers unique dishes for every taste.

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Mossel Bay Budget Accommodation
Mossel Bay Budget Accommodation

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The Garden Route, which leads from Mossel Bay to Port Elizabeth, is one of the most beautiful sections in South Africa. You can expect beautiful beaches and hiking trails as well as national parks with beautiful waterfalls. Especially as a sports fan and adrenaline junkie, you’ll get your bungee jumping, mountain biking or kayaking in this area! You can spend several weeks there alone, without even boring you for a day. No wonder that many travellers can not wait to discover the Garden Route.

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The adventure activities in Mossel Bay are simply breathtaking. A guarantee for an unforgettable experience is certainly the cage diving with white sharks. But reef diving, parachuting, sea kayaking, cross country skiing & hiking, wildlife viewing, sand boarding, mountain biking, seasonal whale watching, boat trips to the seal island and many other activities will take your breath away and whet your appetite.

Mossel Bay has two fantastic golf courses, the Mossel Bay Golf Course high on a plateau in Mossel Bay and 5 miles from Diaz Beach Haven, as well as the spectacular Pinnacle Point Golf Course.

At the Mossel Bay Golf Course you can see the sea at every tee, which has made this golf course its slogan. It is a challenging course overlooking Fynbos vegetation and the Indian Ocean. He is also home to the famous golfers Louis Oosthuizen and Lee-Anne Pace.

Pinncale Point is a fairly young golf course that has been named one of the “Top 10 New Golf Courses”. This golf course overlooks large cliffs and the sea and is 10 km from our guest house. The Garden Route is a true golfer’s paradise and is known as the Gulf Mecca of South Africa with its numerous championship golf courses. Visit the golf courses of the Garden Route.

Mossel Bay is not just about exciting adventure activities, golf and the sea, but also great game viewing on game drives in nearby game reserves.

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You want to spend your holiday in Cape Town and also have some time to travel around and explore South Africa? Then a road trip along the Garden Route is simply a must! The Garden Route is a route that takes you along the most beautiful places in South Africa. The official start is the coastal town of Mossel Bay.

Mossel Bay, the start of the Garden Route. Anyone approaching the port after about four hours by car (from Cape Town) will soon discover that numerous oil refineries and other industries have settled along the N2. Not necessarily the most beautiful sight. But you should not be put off.

Because the resort itself has a wide range of activities such as water sports and golfing but also culture and history to offer and is quite popular with tourists and locals. Also a large number of cheap backpackers and cafes, but also beautiful and luxurious lodges, hotels and restaurants can be found here.

The city of Mossel Bay is located, as well as Cape Town, in the Western Cape and has about 130,000 inhabitants. In 1488, the Portuguese explorer Bartholomeu Diaz was the first European to set foot on South African soil in Mossel Bay – the birth of European settlement. Mossel Bay owes its name to the Dutch sailor, who came to the country in 1597 and found that Mossel Bay has a great many shells. 

Distances and travel time from Mossel Bay

Swellendam – 175 km – 2 hours (west)
Cape Town – 389km – 4 hours (west)
George – 50km – 30 minutes (east)
Oudtshoorn – 85 km – 1 hour and 15 minutes (in the northeast)

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