Plettenberg Bay is situated on the scenic Garden Route, 210 km from Port Elizabeth and approximately 530 km from Cape Town.
Plett has the most beautiful beaches (Robberg-, Central-, Hobbie-, Lookout- and Keurbooms beach) on the Garden Route inviting to long walks away from the crowds. The water sports are varied and for water enthusiasts the beaches, rivers and lagoons are a Shangri-La. Many elevated lookout points offer excellent views.
Robberg Peninsula is a nature reserve, which is accessible by hiking trails and has breathtaking views over the open sea (Indian Ocean), the town, mountains and the beaches. Interesting is also the Nelson Bay Cave, an archaeological site with evidence of human habitation that stretches back for more than 120 thousand years.
A collage of green, indigenous forests and fynbos, meadows, rolling hills, lakes and majestic mountains surround that distinguished Bay. The result being a Bay unparalleled for its biodiversity. An incomparable wealth of flora and fauna that begs exploration. Ideal for mountain biking, hiking, riding and golf or simply to relax. Birders will not be disappointed.
Self drive day trips from Plettenberg Bay satisfies the adrenalin junkie and the nature lover!