Betty's Bay Accommodation - 60m from the Sea - Book Now!
WOONSTEL TE HUUR - Onmiddellik beskikbaar. Slaap een of twee - dubbelbed. Ten volle toegerus. Beddegoed en badhanddoeke ingesluit. Baie naby aan die see.
FLAT TO RENT PER NIGHT - book now. Ideal for single person or couple. Peace full out-door braai. In quiet area of Betty's Bay. One Double Bed.
Things to do in Betty’s Bay
1. Stony Point
Home to one of two land-based penguin colonies in the Cape (the other is Boulders Beach in Simon’s Town).
2. Kogelberg Biosphere Reserve
Your best bet for a beautiful hike in the fynbos-covered mountains.
These aren’t signposted and there are many paths leading between the houses, over the dunes and onto the sand. If you feel like swimming, walk to the section protected by lifeguards as the waves and currents can be strong.
4. Harold Porter Botanical Gardens
A local favourite and a great place for a leisurely stroll.
When to go to Betty’s Bay
Betty’s is an outdoor destination, so summer is ideal. Don’t let the early-morning wind put you off; it usually dies down before lunch. Winter sees stormy seas and cold, rainy days, which are great for curling up in front of a fireplace. If you want to spot southern right whales from the shore, visit between June and December.
Getting to Betty’s Bay
Half the fun of a holiday in Betty’s Bay is the 95-kilometre drive it takes to get there from Cape Town. Once you’ve left the N2 highway and skirted the edge of Gordon’s Bay, the R44 winds all along the coast, with the Hottentots Holland Mountains on one side and the Atlantic Ocean stretching out to the horizon on the other side. There are viewing points strung all along this stretch, which is called Clarence Drive, so pull off at a couple and make a road trip of it.
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Southern Staying Betty's Bay