Arniston is a small seaside town in the Overberg region on the Cape South coast, close to Cape Agulhas – the southernmost tip of Africa. At first only a fishing community, Arniston has become an attractive holiday destination. The fishing village, characterised by its lime-washed and thatched houses, remains unspoiled and has been declared a national monument in its entirety. Whale watching is a popular tourist activity, while the Arniston Hotel is an appealing tourist destination offering gorgeous ocean views.
Bossieveld is a comfortable house sleeping twelve guests, and is situated in Harbour Street on the way to Roman Beach. The house is on the beach (safe for swimming) and is a 5-minute walk from Roman Beach and the Harbour.
Coastal walks past Kassiesbaai and to the Cave or Die Balkan
Sailing, kayaking, kite surfing, surfing, body boarding, sand boarding
De Mond and De Hoop nature reserves
Maritime museum in Bredasdorp
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