About Santos Beach Flat
Santos Beach Flat is situated right in front of the famous Santos Beach, in the coastal town of Mossel Bay, the gateway to the scenic Garden Route. Activities right on your doorstep include swimming, fishing, snorkelling, whale and dolphin watching. The views from this apartment are spectacular.
Self Catering Accommodation
The apartment is fully equipped and consists of two bedrooms. One double bedroom has breathtaking views over Santos Beach, harbour and town and the other room is furnished with two single beds. The apartment has one bathroom (shower over bath – tiled ceiling to floor) and an open plan kitchen / living area with full satellite TV. There is a private balcony with a Weber for those who enjoy their barbeque. All this within a full view of the beach, harbour and town.
The open plan kitchen is fully equipped with a stove, microwave, dishwasher, fridge / freezer, kettle and toaster and utilities. Linen and towels will be provided. Please bring own swimming towel.Cleaning service available on request. There is 24 hour security at the Santos Flats.
Activities and Attractions
While walking on the beach, you can visit restaurants, museums and the yacht club. The Santos Beach Flat is only five minutes drive from the Mossel Bay Golf Club.
Did you know that the town of Mossel Bay is featured in the Guinness Book of Records? It has the second most temperate climate in the world, second only to Hawaii! Come and escape from the cold windy weather of the Cape to the only town facing North on the coast of Africa! We are situated in the Cape right at the beginning of the world famous "Garden Route" only one hours drive from Oudshoorn, the ostrich farms and the Cango Caves.
Mossel Bay isn't called 'Bay of Attractions' for nothing. In fact, as a stopping point on many Garden Route tours, we like to think we have it all! Embark on a game drive and see the Big 5 in a malaria-free area. Ride on elephants through the Botlierskop Game Reserve. Take a boat trip to nearby Seal Island, which approximately 3000 Cape Fur seals call home. Seal Island is also ideal for dolphin viewing and whale watching (from July to November). If you'd prefer to stay on dry land, enjoy 24km of sandy beaches washed by the warm waters of the Indian Ocean.
For adrenalin junkies, there is plenty to keep you occupied on your Garden Route tour's stop off in Mossel Bay. Experience bungee jumping, bridge swinging, abseiling and South Africa's current favourite for thrill seekers, shark-cage diving and scuba diving! For the less adventurous nature lovers, the Oyster Catcher Trail is an eco cultural hiking trail along the coast from a Khoi San cave in Mossel Bay ending at the Gouritz River mouth. Finally, for a truly unique way of whale watching, embark on a helicopter flip over the town and the bay.
Mossel Bay is South Africa's historical gem in South Africa. Visit the Museum Complex where most famously, the Maritime Museum houses a life-size replica of the Dias Caravel boat. Other must-sees are the Cultural Museum, the Shell Museum, the aquarium and the ethno botanical garden containing the 500 year old Post Office Tree.