Coffee Bay Beach

Beaches & Pools in or near Coffee Bay, Wild Coast in the Eastern Cape, South Africa.

Things To Do in Coffee BayCoffee Bay Beach

Beaches & Pools Wild Coast

Where? Coffee Bay, Wild Coast, Eastern Cape

When? Daylight hours.

How much? Free

Overnight? Stay at accommodation in Coffee Bay, in Eastern Cape

Coffee Bay Beach on the Wild Coast

Coffee Bay is one of South Africa’s most popular backpacking getaways, and welcomes thousands of international tourists to its coastline every year. There is an irresistible vibe here that infuses every backpacking lodge, restaurant, beach and campsite with a touch of eccentric allure.

The Coffee Bay Beach is simply spectacular. It extends from the Nenga River Mouth, and is set against the backdrop of black-faced cliffs, white sand, and jade hills and mountains. This stretch of beach is popular for horse riding, surfing, swimming and sunbathing. In addition, the extended coast is loved for its walking and hiking opportunities.

One of the most popular trails stretches to the magnificent Hole in the Wall. There are some hotels and restaurants along the way that, while laid-back, offer gorgeous views and welcome refreshments.

Why not overnight? Find Accommodation in Coffee Bay

Ocean View Hotel

Hotel

Ocean View Hotel

Nestled between towering cliffs and a sparkling sea, Ocean View is an accredited three star country hotel and has earned ... more

Swell Eco Lodge

Self Catering

Swell Eco Lodge

Swell Eco Lodge offers self-catering accommodation ideal for couples, groups and families. Spectacular sea views, ... more

Mdumbi Ocean View

Self Catering

Mdumbi Ocean View

Mdumbi Ocean View is set in a remote region of the Transkei coast. The property offers accommodation in fully equipped ... more

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