Tourist Attractions in Mellville Beach, South Coast, KwaZulu-Natal

Tourist Attractions near Mellville Beach, KwaZulu-Natal, South Africa
Surfing Banana Beach

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Things To Do in Mellville Beach
Mellville Beach Attractions
Banana Beach: less than 5 km
Southport Beach: less than 5 km
Novonia (1934): 5 km
Nearby Towns
Sea Park
Sunwich Port

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Palm Place
Palm Place in Mellville Beach, KwaZulu-Natal
Beachfront self catering accommodation located on a 10,000 SQM property - huge garden with amazing indigenous plants, beautiful beach with direct access with protected swimming, surfing, lagoon, fishing, whale and dolphin sightings.
1 Boboyi Mangrove Beach Estate
1 Boboyi Mangrove Beach Estate in Mellville Beach, KwaZulu-Natal
This ground-floor unit has two bedrooms with two bathrooms and will comfortably suit a family of four. The main bedroom has a double bed and en-suite bathroom while the second bedroom has twin single beds.
Milkwood Beach Cottage
Milkwood Beach Cottage in Mellville Beach, KwaZulu-Natal
This is a quiet, peaceful, rustic, freestanding, privately owned self-catering, serviced beach cottage 30 metres from the beach. While the cottage has no direct sea view
Seafront Beach Cottage
Seafront Beach Cottage in Mellville Beach, KwaZulu-Natal
Self catering - (Sleeps 4) x 1. 1 double 1 single, 1 single. 50m from the beach, good security, protected swimming, tidal pools, lagoon, fishing, surfing, whale & dolphin viewings.
Umzimkulu 4
Umzimkulu 4 in Mellville Beach, KwaZulu-Natal
You will find yourself waking up to a breath-taking view. Entertainment for the whole family and a beach a mere 200 meters walk along a safe and beautiful path.

The small beach holiday resorts of Melville Beach and Banana Beach are located just a few kilometres to the North of Port Shepstone. Bypassed by the newly built N2 highway, both Melville Beach and Banana Beach can now offer peace and tranquility, the traffic jams having vanished with the building of the new road. Banana Beach has a tidal pool, a lagoon and some excellent surfing. Add to this already inviting picture the profusion of wild banana trees and the abundant indigenous vegetation that attracts a variety of local birds, and Melville Beach takes on an added appeal.

You're spoilt for choice when it comes to entertainment. There are no fewer than seven golf courses in the area and a number of game reserves between Scottburgh and Port Edward. Oribi and Mpenjati nature reserves are within 30 kilometres and offer hiking and abseiling opportunities, the Wild Coast Sun resort and casino is a very popular day trip, and the Uvongo bird park offers hours of bird watching. The nearest shops to Melville Beach and Banana Beach are just a couple of kilometres to the South at Southport.