The quaint little fishing village of Paternoster up the West Coast is a must visit place for anyone travelling to the area. Expect picturesque beaches, turquoise sea and white washed houses. Paternoster is also a culinary hotspot with around fifteen restaurants, so your trip could easily turn into a foodie adventure.
Whether you're spending the weekend on the West Coast or just feel like taking a scenic Sunday drive, be sure to book your seat at one of these good old fashioned feasts.
With the adoption of a brand new tourism strategy and two important moves, June has been a month of massive change and exciting new adventures for us here at Saldanha Bay Tourism Organisation.
Whether it's a quick stroll to the corner shop or a multi-day hike, there's no arguing that the very best way to experience a place is to explore it on foot.
Adventure is waiting to be found, not even 100km from Cape Town. It is time to get out your all-weather gear and explore the majestic West Coast Peninsula. After a drought stricken year, there is nothing more rewarding than a light drizzle on an early morning, surrounded by antelope roaming free and new life breaking open the soil, revealing new life in the fields.
Explore the Cape West Coast
Welcome to the tranquil 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.