Tourist Attractions in Oyster Bay, Western Region, Eastern Cape

Tourist Attractions near Oyster Bay, Eastern Cape, South Africa
Fishing Oyster Bay

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Oesterbaai Vissermanne

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Oesterbaai Oop Strand

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Oyster Bay is essentially for nature lovers. There are magnificent sand dunes, woods, river deltas, lagoons, beaches and wetlands to explore and numerous hiking trails in the area. Other activities include horse riding, mountain biking and fishing.

Oyster Bay is working hard to conserve the African Oyster Catcher, able to open mussels with their beaks, and there is thus controlled use of 4x4 vehicles and motorbikes in the beach area.

This area has a rich history with the discovery of Early Stone Age tools in the Oyster Bay Middens (Danish word for 'rubbish heap').

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Oyster Bay Lodge Oyster Bay Lodge
in Oyster Bay, Eastern Cape
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Oysterbay Sea kaya in Oyster Bay, Eastern Cape
Oyster Bay is a quiet, peaceful town on the edge of the Tsitsikamma coast with wide stretches of beach which gives a feeling of complete relaxation. The town is 110km west of Port Elizabeth. Days can be spent relaxing in the sun, swimming, ...
On The Rocks in Oyster Bay, Eastern Cape
On The Rocks is an 8 sleeper holiday home which is only 50 metres from the beach. It has 4 en-suite bedrooms each with a magnificent view of the ocean, bedding supplied-bring own towels, lock-up safe in the main bedroom, a guest toilet, veranda, ...

Oyster Bay is essentially for nature lovers. There are magnificent sand dunes, woods, river deltas, lagoons, beaches and wetlands to explore and numerous hiking trails in the area. Other activities include horse riding, mountain biking and fishing.

Oyster Bay is working hard to conserve the African Oyster Catcher, able to open mussels with their beaks, and there is thus controlled use of 4x4 vehicles and motorbikes in the beach area.

This area has a rich history with the discovery of Early Stone Age tools in the Oyster Bay Middens (Danish word for 'rubbish heap').