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The unique up-market seaside village of St Francis Bay with its budget family accommodation is a collection of white-walled homes, thatch roofs and man made canals accommodation.
Then there is also the exclusive Otter’s Landing situated just outside Port St Francis with its sweeping Tuscan architecture this is just next to the sea front facing accommodation available in Santareme which overlooks the world famous surfing spot, Bruces Beauties.
The town of St Francis Bay also host to annual fun filled festivals including the Tuna Classic, Calamari Festival during September and numerous sporting events over December. The December holiday period also has the ever popular new years eve parties.
Between Cape St Francis and the St Francis Canal system are walking trails in acres of fynbos in the Irma Booysen Nature Reserve whilst in early summer wild fynbos flowers cover a large expanse with whites, yellows and purples.
For inland adventure activities there’s the local Golf Course, which is surrounded by St Francis Bay Golf Accommodation alone the boundary.
The navigable Kromme River can on some days be like a mirror whilst on other days strong sea, the river has numerous budget river front accommodation units and is navigable by boat for eight kilometres and the Kromme River favourite of many a sailing enthusiast and fisherman .
Nearby Cape St Francis has a wide clean pristine beach. A symmetrical curving laying of gleaming golden sand of rolling dunes. The beach leads your eyes to the lighthouse, built in 1878, which warns ships of the dangerous reefs that stretch more than a kilometre out to sea.
Arial views of the Cape St Francis lighthouse shows the rocky promontory – surf-able waves splashing white foam on the huge boulders know as the full stop. 15Km away is Oyster Bay, a quiet seaside town with family Oyster Bay accommodation. It is possible to hike the fynbos coast line until Oyster Bay and to stroll at the most welcoming pristine beach where the only your foot prints should be seen.
Leave the big city waterfront crowds… The commercial harbour of Port St Francis, built in 1995, has always held a unique charm because of both its size and the constant activity.
Also, no visit to the seaside town St Francis Bay would be complete with dinning in at one of the fine restaurants to sample the local calamari dishes that drive the chokka industry. In addition to entertainment and limited local industry, the Port St Francis also provides moorings for pleasure craft and large ocean going yachts.
One can stay cheaply and spend time on the pristine sloping beach which stretches for miles all along to the estuary. Get on a perfect sun tan, watch the dolphins racing the bay, or take a walk, searching for unique shells for which the area is well know for.
The South African fisherman discovered this unique and exclusive surf on South African’s Garden Route which draws holiday makers and tourists from all over the world.
Enjoy the clean empty beaches, excellent surfing, a leisurely family accommodation and the beauty of its unspoilt self catering canal accommodation.