Struisbaai accommodation self catering, bed and breakfast and guest houses

Struisbaai accommodation establishments, situated just 8km before the southernmost tip of Africa at Cape Agulhas and 34km from Bredasdorp, offer visitors a variety of Struisbaai self catering accommodation, holiday houses, cottages, guest houses and bed and breakfast venues. Struisbaai is renowned for its 14km stretch of pure white sandy beach and crystal clear water with its brilliant colour, stretching all the way to the holiday town of Arniston / Waenhuiskrans.

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Struisbaai South Africa Accommodation and Area FAQ

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What services do we provide for travellers and guests?
Our Struisbaai accommodation and travel website, features our highly recommended Struisbaai self catering accommodation establishments, guests houses and bed and breakfast venues. We aim to provide as much travel information as possible about the town of Struisbaai, in the Cape Agulhas region of the Western Cape, in South Africa, including categories, but not limited to, accommodation and travel information; restaurants; shops and businesses, wedding venues to be found in and around the town, sightseeing information and outdoor activities for travellers to the area.

What are the Struisbaai accommodation venues like?
Struisbaai self catering accommodation establishments offer guests clean, friendly, comfortable and fully furnished accommodation, all of them situated within easy walking distance to the gorgeous 14km stretch of white sandy beach. The Bed and Breakfast and Guest House establishments, in Struisbaai South Africa, all offer meals upon request and are within easy walking distance to the beach, shops and restaurants.

How are the Struisbaai restaurants?
There is a various selection of good Struisbaai restaurants available that serve a variety of menus. The harbour has a restaurant that serves freshly caught fish.

What about Struisbaai art and culture?
There are quaintly restored lime washed fisherman’s cottages that greet visitors as they come into Struisbaai. Organized entertainment is offered on the beach and in town during holiday season.

What shops are there in Struisbaai?
There are lovely souvenirs that can be bought at the local shops, including some beautiful shells. One can find all the necessities that one needs when on holiday here. We have provided a Struisbaai map for visitors to the area.

What is there to do in the town?
Struisbaai is a quiet, relaxed little town. You can walk on the long stretch of beach collecting shells as well as do some whale watching. These beautiful creatures come here from June until early December every year, where they will calf or mate. To view the whales up close, boat based whale tours can be enjoyed from Gansbaai. Angling can be done from the harbour or the beach. Struisbaai is a haven for nature lovers, and there are some lovely hiking trails in the nature reserves that can be walked through the fynbos and dunes while catching a glimpse of the many birds that frequent this area. You can also climb up inside the Agulhas lighthouse and enjoy the panoramic view. There is a fascinating museum here as well.

What outdoor activities are there?
There are lots of water activities to enjoy here. You can kayak, board sail, and kite sail at the beach, as well as surf and body board. Whale watching can be enjoyed in Struisbaai, as well as shark cage diving in nearby Gansbaai. Scuba diving can be done at Cape Agulhas to explore the various wreck sites. Mountain biking can also be enjoyed.

What are the beaches like?
Struisbaai has 14 pristine km of white, sandy beach, which is the longest in the Southern Hemisphere. There is a subtropical feel to the beach area here, with crystal clear water to enjoy swimming in. There are changing rooms for your convenience. Organized entertainment is offered on the beach during the holidays.

Can you tell us more about Struisbaai?
With its 14 km of unspoilt sandy white beach, Struisbaai is known as the coastal Mecca of the southern Overberg. The area is part of the Cape Floral Kingdom, because of the diverse species of fynbos that grows here in such close proximity. It is at its most splendid from autumn to springtime when it bursts into different colours. Struisbaai is part of the Whale Route.