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Saldanha Bay

The largest natural bay in South Africa, Saldahna, is situated in the West Coast region of the Western Cape.Saldanha BayThe largest natural bay in South Africa, Saldahna, is situated in the West Coast region of the Western Cape.The largest natural bay in South Africa, Saldahna, is situated in the West Coast region of the Western Cape.The largest natural bay in South Africa, Saldahna, is situated in the West Coast region of the Western Cape.The largest natural bay in South Africa, Saldahna, is situated in the West Coast region of the Western Cape.The largest natural bay in South Africa, Saldahna, is situated in the West Coast region of the Western Cape.The largest natural bay in South Africa, Saldahna, is situated in the West Coast region of the Western Cape.The largest natural bay in South Africa, Saldahna, is situated in the West Coast region of the Western Cape.The largest natural bay in South Africa, Saldahna, is situated in the West Coast region of the Western Cape.
The largest natural bay in South Africa, Saldahna, is situated in the West Coast region of the Western Cape.Saldanha BayThe largest natural bay in South Africa, Saldahna, is situated in the West Coast region of the Western Cape.The largest natural bay in South Africa, Saldahna, is situated in the West Coast region of the Western Cape.The largest natural bay in South Africa, Saldahna, is situated in the West Coast region of the Western Cape.The largest natural bay in South Africa, Saldahna, is situated in the West Coast region of the Western Cape.The largest natural bay in South Africa, Saldahna, is situated in the West Coast region of the Western Cape.The largest natural bay in South Africa, Saldahna, is situated in the West Coast region of the Western Cape.The largest natural bay in South Africa, Saldahna, is situated in the West Coast region of the Western Cape.The largest natural bay in South Africa, Saldahna, is situated in the West Coast region of the Western Cape.

The largest natural bay in South Africa, Saldanha, is situated in the West Coast region of the Western Cape.

Geography and History

Accommodation

Saldanha Bay has a variety of accommodation options available from Guest Houses, Bed and Breakfasts to Self-catering units.

Activities

On a clear day Table Mountain can be seen from the Adam & Eve rock formation situated on the hill above Saldanha Bay. There is a short walking trail at Hoedjieskop in the centre of the town to a vantage point, which provides a panoramic view of the bay. 

Saldanha Bay's location makes it a paradise for the water sport enthusiast, and its local economy being strongly dependent on fishing, mussels, seafood processing, the steel industry and the harbour.

The SAS Saldanha Nature Reserve offers a display of wildflowers during late winter and spring while Southern Right Whales also visit the waters in and around the nature reserve. The area has a Mediterranean climate but the annual rainfall is quite low; it verges on the desert region of Namaqualand.

Saldanha Bay offers every visitor a diverse range of activities including hiking.

Restaurants

There are many restaurants on offer to suit every visitors budget.  There is a great selection of restaurants, coffee shops and pubs to choose from!

Businesses

This town has a thriving business community and provides a wide range of goods and services to its residents as well as surrounding communities.

See our business directory for a list of businesses in Saldanha Bay, or add your own free business listing.

For more information, please visit www.west-coast-info.co.za.

Saldanha Bay Tourism Office Information
Telephone: 022 714 2226
E-mail: saldanaha@sbto.co.za
Saldanha BayThe largest natural bay in South Africa, Saldahna, is situated in the West Coast region of the Western Cape.The largest natural bay in South Africa, Saldahna, is situated in the West Coast region of the Western Cape.The largest natural bay in South Africa, Saldahna, is situated in the West Coast region of the Western Cape.The largest natural bay in South Africa, Saldahna, is situated in the West Coast region of the Western Cape.The largest natural bay in South Africa, Saldahna, is situated in the West Coast region of the Western Cape.The largest natural bay in South Africa, Saldahna, is situated in the West Coast region of the Western Cape.The largest natural bay in South Africa, Saldahna, is situated in the West Coast region of the Western Cape.The largest natural bay in South Africa, Saldahna, is situated in the West Coast region of the Western Cape.

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