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Plettenberg Bay

Plettenberg Bay is often referred to as the Jewel of the Garden Route. The Portuguese sailors named it in the 15th century "bahia formosa" = beautiful bay. But already 100,000 years ago humans settled in this mild climate. Today not only citizens from Johannesburg and Cape Town look for relaxation in this somewhat stable climate, which is influenced by the relatively warm Indian Ocean.

In some guide books Plett (as the people in Plettenberg Bay call their town) is called a "stylish sea resort". As a European, one visualises Travemünde, Blackpool, Eastbourne or Marbella. This is not really the case. Plettenberg Bay is a quiet town with 45,000 inhabitants. There are a lot of good shops, supermarkets and restaurants, but after a good dinner people and tourists go home, because afterwards there is nothing to do and nowhere to go.

Therefore Plettenberg Bay is the ideal place for relaxation. 15 kilometres of the best sandy beaches (Robberg Beach, Central Beach, Look Out Beach, Keurboom Beach) offer the best opportunities for an enjoyable beach life.




 

 

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