Mossel Bay to Glentana
With warm, beach-going weather throughout the year and kilometres of amazing beaches, Mossel Bay is a seaside wonder. Experience the riches of the Indian Ocean, the Cape fynbos, and the Outeniqua Mountains all within this neighbourhood in the Western Cape. There's an abundance of outdoor activities where the natural beauty of this area can be appreciated. A rich history and culture exists here, and is displayed in museums, historical sites and more.
Map of Area and Surrounds
Experience Mossel Bay to Glentana
The Cape St. Blaize Cave is found directly under the Cape St. Blaize Lighthouse. The cave was once occupied by Khoikhoi hunter-gatherers and is of great historical significance. The Lighthouse is a great family excursion, overlooking the sparkling ocean and historical cave.
Enjoy a sundowner or a relaxed seafood lunch from one of many seaside restaurants. You'll find a wide variety of restaurants in this neighbourhood – from fine dining, to traditional game lodge feasts, exotic cuisine and family dinners.
With its world-class beaches and year-round beach weather, this neighbourhood makes for a great place to enjoy the ocean. Whether you're a swimmer, surfer or fisher, Mossel Bay caters for many outdoor ocean activities.
For all your shopping needs visit the Langeberg Mall. The mall's retail mix includes several national and boutique fashion retailers; a variety of fresh food, restaurants and café outlets; health and beauty retailers, banks and more.
Celebrate Mossel Bay's rich heritage at the Bartolomeu Dias Museum Complex - the largest museum in Mossel Bay. It was originally designed to celebrate the arrival of Bartolomeu Dias and his crew on 3 February 1488. However, the museum now offers a wider look at the environmental, archaeological, and cultural history of Mossel Bay.
Mossel Bay has a number of public and private schools, making it a coastal family-friendly neighbourhood. These schools include Curro Mossel Bay, Milkwood Primary School, Point High School and South Cape College.