South Coast Beaches & Pools

The South Coast region is situated in KwaZulu Natal, South Africa. Show on Map

Ifafa Beach

Where? Ifafa
The picturesque Ifafa Beach is found in the KwaZulu Natal South Coast. Ifafa is Zulu expression meaning ‘place of sparkling waters’ and when you visit the beach you will see just why it is named as such. ...

Margate Beach

Where? Margate
The South Coast has many stunning beaches, with Margate Beach being very a popular beach for holidaymakers due its close proximity to restaurants, shops and hotels in Margate. You can enjoy a stroll along ...

Baggies Beach

Where? Warner Beach
Also known as Warner Beach, Baggies is a surfing hotspot in KwaZulu-Natal. This beach boasts long sandy stretches, and the warm waters of the Indian Ocean. As one of the surfers’ favourite spots, Baggies Beach ...

Lucien Beach

Where? Margate
Whilst in Margate for your summer holidays why not head to Lucien Beach for a day in the sun. This quiet but popular blue flag beach is accessible by a steep set of stairs. Take a good book, umbrella and ...

Ramsgate Beach

Where? Ramsgate
This picturesque beach is located in the quaint village of Ramsgate, south of Margate along the South Coast of KwaZulu Natal. If you want to get away from the bustling beach town vibe then stay in one of ...

Clansthal Beach

Where? Clansthal
You will find the little Clansthal Beach approximately 40km from the city of Durban and in between the towns of Scottburgh and Umkomaas. This is a fairly secluded beach so you won’t be swamped with ...

Elysium Beach

Where? Elysium
The Umdoni Coast of KwaZulu Natal offers Elysium Beach, a lengthy beach with white sands and a sunset that will take your breath away. This long stretch of coastline is ideal for a nice walk and allows ...

Hibberdene Beach

Where? Hibberdene
When you visit Hibberdene on the South Coast make sure you pack plenty of sunscreen, because you'll more than likely be spending your days on the beautiful beach. The beach is netted for safe swimming so ...

Palm Beach

Where? Palm Beach
Not far from Port Edward on the South Coast of KwaZulu Natal is the very outstanding Palm Beach. Situated near the Umtamvuna Nature Reserve it offers stunning scenery, an abundance of birdlife and you may even ...

Mtwalume Beach

Where? Mtwalume
The name Mtwalume comes from the name of a tree, it is said that the bark of the tree was traditionally used by Zulu’s as it had medicinal properties. The small Mtwalume Beach is mainly a holiday beach ...

Trafalgar Beach

Where? Trafalgar
For the holidaymaker who is interested in exploring, watching or simply lazing the days away head to Trafalgar beach situated just north of Port Edward on the South Coast. This beach has been proclaimed a ...

Umzumbe Beach

Where? Umzumbe
Umzumbe Beach is an unspoilt beach with dense coastal vegetation contributing to its appeal. Although a little off the popular beach track, you'll get to enjoy the sheltered and lovely sandy beach without ...

Uvongo Beach

Where? Uvongo
Uvongo Beach is extremely popular as it is considered as one of the most beautiful beaches on the KwaZulu Natal South Coast. This is in no small part due to its sheltered position and the natural waterfall ...

Amanzimtoti Beach

Where? Amanzimtoti
Amanzimtoti Beach borders the warm Indian Ocean which makes the water ideal for all year round swimming, snorkelling, diving, surfing and family beach fun. This sandy beach in Amanzimtoti has permant life ...

Sea Park Beach

Where? Sea Park
Sea Park Beach is situated on the stunning South coast of KwaZulu Natal and is an ideal beach to bring the family. It is in close proximity to restaurants, shopping malls and golf courses. This long stretch of ...

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