In the 'hood, Palm Beach as a destination

The little village of Palm Beach, named after the Ilala Palm (hyphaene critina), a species indigenous to sub-tropical Southern Africa and used by rural communities for centuries - the leaves for woven rooftops, baskets and mats and the sap for liquor - lies on the extreme southern coast of KwaZulu Natal, about 12 kilometres north of Port Edward. Palm Beach not only has one of the most ... cont.

Palm Beach, South Coast, KwaZulu Natal, South Africa

Directions to Palm Cottage

From Durban
Take the N2 to Port Shepstone and carry-on on the toll road towards Port Edward. Approx 2,5km after Trafalgar you see a turn-off to the left called "PRINCE HENRY AVE". Take this turn-off and follow the signs “PALM COTTAGE B&B”.

From Port Edward
Go past Munster and take the "PRINCE HENRY AVE" turn off to your right. Follow the signs “PALM COTTAGE B&B”.

Amenities in the area

  • Laundromat (1 km)
  • Bank and/or ATM (3 km)
  • Grocery Store (3 km)
  • Post Office (3 km)
  • Restaurants / Eateries (4 km)
  • Internet Café (12 km)
  • Bars and/or Nightlife (15 km)
  • Car Hire (15 km)
  • Foreign Exchange (15 km)
  • Shopping Mall (15 km)
  • Airport (195 km)


  • Beach
  • Bird watching
  • Cycling paths
  • Driving range
  • Fishing
  • Golf course(s)
  • Health spa / massage
  • River cruises
  • Rowing / canoeing
  • Surfing
  • Swimming
  • Tennis court(s)
  • Whale watching

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