Geography and History
Saldanha Bay has a variety of accommodation options available from Guest Houses, Bed and Breakfasts to Self-catering units.
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.
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!
This town has a thriving business community and provides a wide range of goods and services to its residents as well as surrounding communities.
For more information, please visit www.west-coast-info.co.za.
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