Cape St Francis
Geography and History
Cape St Francis is a unique and exclusive paradise on the South African coastline of the Eastern Cape in South Africa.
Cape St Francis is situated at the most Southern point of the Eastern Cape. It boasts with the Cape St Francis Light House, a National Monument, built in 1878 at Seal Point. The village was only proclaimed in 1965.
Cape St Francis offers visitors an abundance of activities to choose from! This seaside village draws holiday makers from all over the world to enjoy the glorious beaches and excellent water-sport facilities from the shores of the Kromme River at St Francis Bay... a leisurely lifestyle and the magical beauty this unspoilt paradise makes St Francis an ideal holiday destination!
Cape St Francis is surrounded by nature reserves and a pristine 5km beach and sand dunes ...encompassed by 2 points, Shark Point and Seal Point. Seal Point being the third most southerly point in South Africa.
Seal Point offers excellent surfing opportunities whilst the beach is the playground of the kite surfers. The rock pools offer fascinating insight into life in the tidal zone. The Ajubatus Penguin Rescue Centre and the Coffee shop next to the lighthouse is a worthwhile outing for adults and children.
Cape St Francis with it's historic lighthouse is a tranquil eco destination, surrounded by nature reserves on the one side and glorious beaches on the other.
Cape St Francis provides accommodation from luxury beach villas to upmarket beach cottages and affordable apartments. The ideal family holiday destination as we also offer self catering accommodation.
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