Tourist Attractions in Sardinia Bay, Western Region, Eastern Cape

Tourist Attractions near Sardinia Bay, Eastern Cape, South Africa
Sacramento gun at Skoenmakerskop

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Sardinia Bay from air

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Beach near Bushy Park

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Sardinia Bay lies between the seaside resort of Seaview and the small coastal village of Schoenmakerskop on the road just outside Port Elizabeth. As part of the Sunshine Coast, Sardinia Bay offers visitors miles of endless sand and unspoilt beauty and the Sardinia Bay beach walk lays claim to being one of the best in the area. There are a number of picnic spots and horse riding is popular.

No fishing is allowed along this part of the coast, as it has been declared a Marine Reserve, however you can snorkel and scuba dive and the protected marine life and a number of sunken vessels off the coastline make wonderful diving sites.

Sardinia Bay is also the start of the 8 km Sacramento hiking trail, named after a sunken Portuguese ship on the offshore reefs. This well-known ramble passes through vegetated dunes and bridle paths of the Sardinia Bay Nature Reserve.

Things To Do in Sardinia Bay
Sardinia Bay Attractions
Walmer Country Club: 10 km
Little Walmer Golf Club: 12 km
Guinea Fowl Trail: 12 km
St. Croix Motor Museum: 13 km
Port Elizabeth Golf Club: 14 km
The Bridge at Greenacres Shopping Centre: 14 km
Nearby Towns
Cotswold
Glendinningvale
Greenacres
Mill Park
Theescombe


La Cigale Exclusive Self-Catering in Sardinia Bay, Eastern Cape
La Cigale is a All In One Venue, specialising in weddings, conferences, self-catering accommodation and corporate functions.Luxury Self-Catering chalets nestled in a tranquil indigenous garden in a sea facing nature reserve in Sardinia Bay.

Sardinia Bay lies between the seaside resort of Seaview and the small coastal village of Schoenmakerskop on the road just outside Port Elizabeth. As part of the Sunshine Coast, Sardinia Bay offers visitors miles of endless sand and unspoilt beauty and the Sardinia Bay beach walk lays claim to being one of the best in the area. There are a number of picnic spots and horse riding is popular.

No fishing is allowed along this part of the coast, as it has been declared a Marine Reserve, however you can snorkel and scuba dive and the protected marine life and a number of sunken vessels off the coastline make wonderful diving sites.

Sardinia Bay is also the start of the 8 km Sacramento hiking trail, named after a sunken Portuguese ship on the offshore reefs. This well-known ramble passes through vegetated dunes and bridle paths of the Sardinia Bay Nature Reserve.