Yzerfontein

16 Mile Beach

Beaches & Pools in or near Yzerfontein, Cape West Coast in the Western Cape, South Africa.

Things To Do in Yzerfontein16 Mile Beach

Beaches & Pools Cape West Coast

Where? Yzerfontein, Cape West Coast, Western Cape.

When? Daylight hours.

How much? Free

Overnight? Stay at accommodation in Yzerfontein, in Western Cape

Yzerfontein boasts South Africa's longest stretch of beach, 16 Mile Beach, which runs from Yzerfontein's Main Beach in the South, all the way up to the start of the West Coast National Park in the North.

16 Mile beach offers whale watching from September until November (calving season) and is very popular with sunbathers. The beach is ideal for kitesurfers, as it can be quite windy at certain times of the year and the long stretch of beach makes it good for beginners. There are also companies which offer outrides on the beach for horse-lovers, either at sunrise or sunset. Yzerfontein is also very popular with fishermen.

Why not overnight? Find Accommodation in Yzerfontein

18 First Avenue

Self Catering

18 First Avenue

18 First Avenue is an eight sleeper house with en-suite bathrooms, large entertainment areas, inside and outside braai ... more

Villa Insolventa

Self Catering

Villa Insolventa

Villa Insolventa is ideal for a visit to Yzerfontein and the West Coast, being within walking distance from the beach ... more

Emmaus On Sea

Self Catering

Emmaus On Sea

Emmaus on Sea offers you a self catering accommodation on the Cape West Coast. So you're going away to unwind or to play ... more

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