At the Ocean in Struisbaai.
Struisbaai is partly a holiday village for the super rich South Africans who inhabit their houses for three weeks at the most every year during the festive season. You pass it on your way to the Southernmost Point of the African Continent in Cape Agulhas. Not much to see in Struisbaai except the harbour (with its stingrays) and some ugly architecture (but that is personal!). But there are some good restaurants that off value for money, especially when compared to prices in Cape Town. So there is something positive to say about Struisbaai.
And there is more; hardly any sand beach and that is fine for the collectors of shells and seaweeds. There is plenty of it. Look what we found:
… Napier Mountain. Distance 50 kilometer and heavy sea mist coming in.
Last Friday afternoon at 3: First Capetonians arriving within the boundaries of the Cape Agulhas Municipality for their weekend getaway in places like Napier, Bredasdorp, Arniston, Struisbaai and Cape Agulhas. Every Friday about 10000 to 15000 cars with registration plates of the Mother City (including suburbs) escape Table Mountain for enjoyment in the Overberg; the majority to Hermanus/Gansbaai, followed by the mentioned places and Greyton.
Fishing boats in the harbour of Struisbaai, Western Cape, South Africa.
It was windy and very quiet in Struibaai (South Africa) a few mornings ago.
Struisbaai (or Struis Bay) is the town you pass on the way to Cape Aghulas (Southernmost tip of Africa). Worthwhile to make a turn towards its fishing harbour.