Jacobsbaai is an idyllic yet traditional West Coast town between Paternoster and Langebaan.
The minimalistic appearance of the Cape West Coast houses creates a feeling of tranquility and serenity away from the bustle of the city life.
The simplicity of the town is during late winter to Spring (July to September) sheathed by blooming wildflowers which is commonly known to be the main attraction. Thus given the name ‘Namaqualand by the sea’.
Jacobsbaai gravel roads keeps traffic at snails pace which resulted in a peaceful little resort town, ideal for a weekend getaway or relaxing holiday.
For water sports enthusiasts, boating, fishing and diving are the main activities. Hikers will enjoy the coastal hiking trails and dune riding is a favourite with the more adventurous.
Jacobsbaai is popular for whale watching and bird-lovers will be rewarded with an abundance of birdlife found in this unspoilt resort town.
Swim in luke warm waters at high tide or you can lie on the beach soaking up the sunshine reading your favourite book.