Betty s Bay
Betty’s Bay is a small holiday town situated on the Overberg coast. It is located 100 km from Cape Town beneath the Kogelberg Mountains on the scenic R44 ocean drive between Pringle Bay and Kleinmond.
The village stretches over 13 km along the coast. Tourism plays a large role in the town’s economy due to its popularity with holiday makers from across the Western Cape and Cape Town in particular.
Betty’s Bay is one of the four towns that make up the Hangklip-Kleinmond area. This unique area is also referred to as “Where Whales Play & Wild Flowers Bloom”. Experience a place that offers something of interest for everyone!
There are superb unspoilt sandy beaches, fresh water lakes, a coastal marine reserve and a colony of African penguins at Stoney Point (one of only three on the African continent).
The Harold Porter National Botanical gardens feature indigenous flowers, fynbos covered mountain slopes, waterfalls, streams and dark pools.
Remains of the whaling station can still be seen at Stony Point.
|Country name||South Africa|