Saldanha Bay is a natural harbour on the south-western coast of South Africa. Its local economy depends strongly on fishing, mussels, tourism and the harbour.
Saldanha Bay’s location makes it a paradise for the watersport enthusiast. Saldanha and Langebaan, on the south side of the bay, are very popular amongst the yachting fraternity and game fishing devotees.
There is plenty of fresh sea air in the bay, with its five islands and abundant sea life, and it is a favourite amongst kite surfers and skiers and offers unrivalled fishing, deep-sea diving and whale watching opportunities.
Saldanha is an ideal base from which to explore the treasures of the West Coast such as the Fossil Park, Potsberg and SAS Nature Reserves.
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