This popular holiday venue is developing rapidly – and is well-known for its 14km uninterrupted white beach. Water sports are particularly popular. Struisbaai, according to legend, is named for the size of its big beach – an old Nederland word for “huge”.
Hotagterklip cottages: Restored fisherman’s cottages at the entrance to Struisbaai, built by early fishermen. Some are now used as holiday homes, and all are national heritage sites.
Anglican Church: This small restored thatched church, which is a national heritage site, is much sought after for small weddings en services.
Shell shops: A must for the collector and browser.
Harbour: The quaint little harbour, built in 1959, was deepened and enlarged in 1990 and is today used by both fishing and ski boats.
|Tel: ||(028) 424 2584|
|Address:||Suidpunt Tourism Bureau|
PO Box 51
|Municipality: ||028-425 1919|
|Police: ||028 - 424 1155|