One of the West Coast's oldest towns, Hopefield is in the heart of the wheat- and sheep-farming Sandveld region, about 120km north of Cape Town.
Welcome to the Cape West Coast
Welcome to the tranquil Cape West Coast with its wide, open spaces, charming fishing villages, unspoilt beaches and abundant animal and marine life. From water sports and whale watching to enchanting spring flowers, hiking among the fynbos, mountain biking, birding and fresh seafood, this beguiling year-round destination has it all.
The small, picturesque coastal hamlet of Jacobsbaai situated between Saldanha and Paternoster is a 90-minute drive from Cape Town.
An easy hour's drive from Cape Town, bustling Langebaan has a host of attractions and all modern conveniences for the whole family – from dining on the beach to shopping, exploring, game watching and more.
The oldest fishing village on the West Coast, formerly sleepy Paternoster has in recent years become a sought-after holiday destination, but it has not lost its traditional West Coast charm and lifestyle.
Set on the northern side of a large, natural sheltered harbour about 110km from Cape Town, Saldanha is a favourite destination for watersport enthusiasts, sailors and holidaymakers.
St Helena Bay – stretching from Dwarskersbos in the north, past Shelley Point peninsula to Cape St Martin in the west – actually comprises a total of 18 small bays with intriguing names such as Hannasbaai and Vioolbaai.