Things To Do in Blue Horizon Bay

Blue Horizon Bay is situated in Port Elizabeth, in the Eastern Cape, South Africa. Show on Map

De Stades Trail

Where? Port Elizabeth
Start: Maitland Nature Reserve, west of Port Elizabeth, parking is just before the junction of the M9 with De Stades road Finish: where you started (it’s a circular walk) Duration: 9 km, around 4 hours if ...

Slipperfields MTB Trails

Where? Uitenhage
Where: Old Cape Road near Uitenhage, just outside PE Level: all levels; also for trail runners Type of route: cross-country with single-track and gravel farm roads, aimed at the whole family, but with plenty ...

Van Stadens Beach

Where? Van Stadens
Van Stadens, as an area, lies about 45 kilometres from Port Elizabeth; almost halfway to Jeffrey’s Bay. It is characterised by the deep gorge, the Van Stadens River and the stunning beach at this river’s ...

Van Stadens Wildflower Reserve Hikes

Where? Van Stadens
Start: Van Staden's Wildflower Reserve, 35 km west of Port Elizabeth Finish: Van Staden's Wildflower Reserve Duration: 3 and 6 km Fitness: easy Our tip: no need to book and no permit required; even the ...

Heavenly Stables Adventure Beach Trails

Where? Sardinia Bay
The exquisite expanses of the Sardinia Bay Beach are the backdrop and adventure hotspot for those making use of Heavenly Stables. This stable is situated within close proximity to the Sardinia Bay Reserve, ...

South End Museum

Where? South End
South End is a suburb in Port Elizabeth which was once a cosmopolitan community. People from all walks of life lived harmoniously in the epicentre of cultural diversity. Blacks, whites, coloureds, Indians, ...

The Verandah Restaurant

Where? Summerstrand
The Verandah is aptly named, as this restaurant enjoys the perfect location – on the open verandah of The Beach Hotel. The views extend over the grassy picnic patch and to the white beaches being lapped by the ...

Humewood Beach

Where? Humewood
As Port Elizabeth’s only Blue Flag Beach (2013), Humewood Beach stands apart for its quality, beauty and safety. It is fabulous for swimming, sun-tanning and even snorkelling, and families with young children ...

Pollock Beach

Where? Summerstrand
Port Elizabethans can't seem to decide whether to spell their beach Pollok or Pollock. Which doesn't faze visitors any. Because Pollock Beach is also known locally as the Pipe and is favoured by surfers ...

Port Elizabeth Market Square

Where? Central Hill
The Market Square in the heart of the Port Elizabeth town centre is a historical icon that reveals much about this old coastal town. It is home to the City Hall, which is colonial in style and dates back to ...

Flava Restaurant

Where? Richmond Hill
Situated around the corner from the popular Stanley Street, Flava is an integral contributor to this vibe. This trendy restaurant has a chic look and feel without ever creating a stuffy or stiff atmosphere. ...

The Pink Fig

Where? Lorraine
The Pink Fig is an interesting combination of restaurant, tea garden and kiddies’ play farm. It is a scenic little barn-style venue and garden area that is filled with fun things for children to see and do. ...

Visit the Red Location Museum

Where? New Brighton
The Red Location Museum is dedicated to the struggle for quality that characterised the apartheid regime in South Africa. However, more than this, it is also about the love and hope that underlined ...

Whale Watching with Raggy Charters

Where? South End
Raggy Charters is the only licensed boat-based whale watching vessel in Port Elizabeth offering customers a 3-4 hour boat ride where you’ll have the opportunity to see whales, dolphins, seals, sharks, penguins ...

Port Elizabeth Library

Where? Central
The gorgeous building of the Port Elizabeth Main Library is found in the north-west corner of Market Square in Port Elizabeth. The building was officially opened in 1902 and is well regarded as a fine ...

Camden

Where? Richmond Hill
In the vibrant suburb of Richmond Hill lies a treasure trove of awesome décor, clothing and accessories for the home. Camden is situated in an old house in Raleigh Street and has the character so typical of ...

St Georges Strand

Where? St Georges Park
St Georges Strand is a lesser-known member of the Port Elizabeth beaches. This is due to its being rather far removed from the town centre, as well as the dangerous surf conditions. St Georges Strand is ...

Take A Haunted Walk Through PE

Where? Summerstrand
Take a haunted stroll through the streets or Port Elizabeth and meet with the afterlife. Rose Trehaven will take you on a tour through the streets, through old buildings and to early settlement areas. Port ...

Visit the Horse Memorial

Where? Central
Visit the Horse Memorial on the corner of Russel and Cape Road. The Memorial commemorates all those horses that fell serving their masters during the Anglo-Boer War. The Horse Memorial was erected and ...

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