Eastern Cape

Port Alfred

Port Alfred lies at the heart of the Eastern Cape’s Sunshine Coast. Its name, which has changed three times since the arrival of the settlers in 1820, indicates that it did not initially come into existence as a holiday resort, as did other villages along the Sunshine Coast such as Kenton on Sea (24 kms south), Boknes and Cannon Rocks (15 kms beyond Kenton along the R72). At the time when the 1820 settlers arrived, Port Alfred was a marshy area consisting of a few islands and expansive reed beds at the mouth of the Kowie River. The settlers immediately saw the area’s potential as a harbour. A small brig ― a sailing ship with two square masts...

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Port Elizabeth

Port Elizabeth, Uitenhage, Despatch and Colchester (Nelson Mandela Bay) has got everything a visitor expects to find on a South African holiday. The only city that boasts the Big 7 (Elephant, Buffalo, Rhino, Lion, Leopard, Humpback Whale and Great White Shark) within it's municipal boundaries, Port Elizabeth (The Friendly City) is known for its over 40km coast that boast a multitude of Blue Flag Beaches and hours of sunshine to enjoy them in. Port Elizabeth is also known as both the Mohair and Bottlenose Dolphin Capital of the World and the 5 Biome City. Situated on the shores of the Indian Ocean, overlooking Algoa Bay, this bustling seaport city flaunts an atmosphere...

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Queenstown

Queenstown, now Komani, is located in the middle of the Eastern Cape of South Africa, roughly halfway between the smaller towns of Cathcart and Sterkstroom. It is the commercial, administrative and educational centre of the surrounding farming district. Queenstown is known for its roses, climate and friendly people. During spring, the town's gardens and streets become ablaze with colour. Queenstown lies at the foot of the Hangklip Mountain on the Komani River, close enough to the Wild Coast and Karoo Heartland to make it a favoured stopover. The area is scenic and a hive of activity for outdoor enthusiasts who can enjoy trails, rivers, rocks, mountains, hiking,...

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Somerset East

Somerset East, an attractive and historic little town, is situated on the fringes of South Africa’s Karoo in the malaria free Eastern Cape. Somerset East is a pretty town, and its many gardens form a green oasis under the iconic Boschberg Mountain. Somerset East is located a short distance from the N10 main highway between Port Elizabeth and the South African interior, as well as being on one of the main routes to Graaff-Reinet. Somerset East is picturesque, friendly and quiet with little traffic, making it easy to explore on foot. You will find restaurants, coffee shops and places to relax in Nojoli Street, the Main Street of Somerset East. A popular draw...

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St Francis Bay, St Francis Bay Central

St Francis Bay property owners have the privilege of living next to the world-renowned surfing beach of Jeffreys Bay on the Garden Route. It is home to some of the most beautiful residential properties in South Africa, which can still be acquired at an affordable price. The St Francis marina is one of South Africa's premier waterfront developments. Purchasing property or real estate in St Francis Bay not only gives you an excellent investment, but also an unparalleled lifestyle. Aside from the sun-soaked beaches where local and international holidaymakers relax collecting seashells, swimming, surfing or bird watching, there is also the major city of Port Elizabeth and...

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Erongo

Swakopmund

Between the ocean and the sands of the endless desert, you will find the quaint, eclectic little town of Swakopmund. It is a peaceful place where locals are friendly and, according to some, the best German food in Africa is served. The German origins of this town are plain to see, with European-style architecture being a characteristic feature. Climate Being located in the desert, Swakopmund receives very little rain, and the daily average for every month of the year is zero days of rain. The coldest months of year are August to October, when maximum temperatures reach just 18°C, with minimums of between 9°C and 11°C. There is very little variation in Swakopmund's...

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Walvis Bay

Affectionately pronounced "Wallfish" Bay by locals, Walvis Bay is home to an abundance of iconic birds such as pelicans and flamingos, as well as being within a stone's throw of sand dunes that will take your breath away. It is a town characterised by open spaces, breathtaking beauty and plant and animal life that you won't find anywhere else in the world. It is also an important logistics hub, with the port of Walvis Bay enabling imports and exports of various commodities.   A brief history of the area Walvis Bay was occupied by the British in 1884, and as part of the Cape Colony, Walvis Bay became part of the Union of South Africa when the South Africa Act was...

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Free State

Bethulie

Only 185km south of Bloemfontein on the northern banks of the Orange River lays Bethulie centrally located within South Africa in the Free State province. It is also located on the Lake Gariep (! Xhariep) Tourism Route only 55km from Gariep Dam, the largest dam in South Africa. The town has a historical feeling and reminds you of day's gone buy. For many years the main role of Bethulie was to serve the needs of the farming community around Bethulie. But today Bethulie attracts tourist with something unique to offer. It is a friendly and safe stopover for many tourists but also a destination on its own. Attractions like the history of the town and the scenic beauty of the...

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Springfontein

The Free State is situated in the centre of the country, bordered north and south by the Vaal and Orange Rivers and on the west by Lesotho.   The capital is Bloemfontein, an important education and judicial centre which, as the country's most central city, is the meeting place of major north-south routes, including the N1 from Johannesburg to Cape Town, which slices diagonally through the centre of the Free State. South Africa�s highest courts, the Appellate Division and the Constitutional Court, are both situated in Bloemfontein.   Welkom is the mining hub of the province. The extensive Free State gold fields comprise the southern part of the same reef that...

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Gauteng

Alberton, Alberton Central

Alberton is probably one of the undiscovered jewels on the East Rand. Well situated only 15 minutes from the JHB CBD and Johannesburg International Airport, Alberton has easy access to all major highways. Alberton also boasts a number of good schools, shopping venues and recreational facilities. Alberton is surrounded by natural environment and the koppies offer great outdoor appreciation and an abundance of birdlife. Property in Alberton varies greatly in both authentics and price and range from 100yrs old to ultra modern. Seeff Properties are based in Brackenhurst and specialise in Residential Property Sales and Rentals.

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