Mamre Places of Interest

Mamre is situated on the Cape West Coast, in the Western Cape, South Africa. Show on Map

Attractions IN/AROUND Mamre

Cape West Coast Biosphere Reserve

Stretching all the way from Diep River in Milnerton, to the Berg River close to Velddrif on the West Coast, the Cape West Coast Biosphere Reserve (CWCBR) was designated as such by UNESCO in 2000. The beautiful ...

Cape West Coast Biosphere Trails

Cape West Coast Biosphere Trails slackpacker trails on the West Coast! The Cape West Coast Biosphere Reserve (CWCBR) is a recognised UNESCO Biosphere Reserve, one of only 6 in South Africa and just over 600 ...

Darling Wind Farm

On the hills just outside Darling, roughly 70 kilometres from Cape Town, stand four wind-generated mills. It's known as an Eskom demonstrator site, which means it's something of a learning platform for the ...

Darling Wine Estates

The Darling Wine Route continues to delight more and more tourists every year. The wines produced here are of a fabulous quality, thanks to the beautiful weather and soils. Local labels include Tukulu, Darling ...

Darling Wine Route

Although traditionally part of the Swartland, Darling is now a demarcated wine district and home to her own wine route, including five wine cellars all of which benefit from the cool breezes off the Atlantic ...

... and little further afield

Bird Island Penguin Colony

Bird Island is the third largest African penguin colony and, in terms of numbers, important for the survival of the penguin - there were 2 600 pairs when counted in 2011. It forms the other half of the paired ...

Dassen Island Penguin Colony

Shaped like a flattened whale, its fins viewable on either side, when seen from the air, Dassen Island lies off the Cape West Coast region near Yzerfontein. Just a century ago Dassen Island was home to over a ...

Flamingo Birding Route

The West Coast stretches from Cape Town's northerly Atlantic suburbs to the coastal wetlands of the Olifants River. Whilst spring flowers have received the focus of tourism to this part of the coastline, it ...

Hopefield Wind Farm

Thirty seven 1.8 MW wind turbines grace the farmland of the Swartland, 5km south-east of Hopefield, on the Western Cape's West Coast. They are hard to miss, standing erect against the blue of the sky. At the ...

Olifants River Estuary

The Olifants River Estuary is the country's second most important estuary. It lies 250 km north of Cape Town at the small fishing village town of Papendorp on the West Coast of South Africa. Papendorp is tiny ...

Postberg Flower Reserve

The Postberg Flower Reserve is not always available for you to visit. Even though it forms part of the West Coast National Park, this part of it is disturbed as little as possible so that, when spring comes, ...

Shelley Point Golf Club

This course may be a nine-hole one, but it certainly promises plenty in the way of a challenging game. The gorgeous greens and fairways wind through the pretty vegetation that graces this part of the country ...

Tierberg Pass

The Tierberg Pass that ventures off the Koebee Pass near Vanrhynsdorp in the Northern Cape might be short and sweet, but it is also steep and difficult. It takes the form of a single hairpin sweep up to a ...

Verlorenvlei Heritage Settlement

What was once a thriving little hamlet on the shores of Verlorenvlei (40 buildings or ruins were still in evidence in 1992) is only a few surviving langhuis (long house) structures today. These houses are of ...

West Coast Marine Protected Area

West Coast National Park Marine Protected Area is a collection of five Marine Protected Areas within the boundaries of the park formed to protect exposed and sheltered sandy beaches, rocky shores, a lagoon, ...

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