Coffee on The Rocks
Fresh produce, flowers, books, knitted goods and the best moer koffie en pannekoek in town.
Betsie Slippers is looking for traders so if you would like to trade at the market please contact her here: email@example.com
CRAYFISH LODGE SEA AND COUNTRY GUEST HOUSE
population of the Great White Shark.
The African Penguin & Seabird Sanctuary
The African Penguin & Seabird Sanctuary (APSS) serves as a custom-designed marine bird rehabilitation centre in the Overstrand area. We provide temporary care to diseased, displaced, injured, oiled and abandoned marine birds with special focus on the endangered African Penguin. Marine bird rescue, rehabilitation and release form part of a conservation management plan to conserve and maintain populations. Through continued research, education and awareness programmes, we aim to mitigate human impacts on marine birds.
Fynbos Shoppe & Coffee Shop
Uncle Tom's Sea Side Cabin
Uncle Tom’s Sea Front Cabin offers you a carefree and relaxed atmosphere, ideally situated along the seafront in Franskaarl.
The Albatross House is our new self-catering house at the back of the Roundhouse. The house has all of the luxuries of the Roundhouse with Free WIFI, DSTV
Rots en See
Rots en See (Rock & Surf) is a popular self catering holiday home situated on the shoreline of Franskraal near the picturesque fishing village of Gansbaai,
The cottage offers extremely comfortable self-catering accommodation for families, groups and people with pets. Located in De Kelders
The house is situated along the coast , with uninterrupted views of Kleinbaai harbour (from where the shark-cage diving expeditions depart) and the Indian Ocean
26 Snoek Street
This beautiful two story house is situated on the golf course and has 4 spacious bedrooms and three full bathrooms.
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Klipgat Cave De Kelders
This amazing historic in the Overstrand, Klipgat Cave, just outside of De Kelders in the Walker Bay Nature Reserve, has a dramatic view over the ocean and the Walker Bay Reserve through its two openings. Remains found in the cave date back to between 65’000 and 85’000 years.
De Kelders is also rich in other archaeological sites, with shell middens occurring in several areas along the coast. Stanford's Cove has two important historical aspects, namely the graves of early inhabitants and the fig tree planted by the first fishermen who lived here.
The Klipgat cave is open to the public and is accessible through the Walker Bay Nature Reserve entrance at the end of De Kelders. From the Gate you will find steps going down to the cave, from there it’s a bit of a climb to get to entrance.