Tourist Attractions in Southport, South Coast, KwaZulu-Natal

Tourist Attractions near Southport, KwaZulu-Natal, South Africa


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Southport Attractions
Southport Beach: less than 5 km
Banana Beach: less than 5 km
Nearby Towns
Anerley
Mellville Beach
Pumula
Sea Park
Sunwich Port



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Sea Cottage
Sea Cottage in Southport, KwaZulu-Natal
This KwaZulu Natal South Coast self-catering, beachfront cottage is ideal for families or friends who need to get away from it all and enjoy a relaxing beach lifestyle holiday. A modern oasis for the city weary. Our front garden gate opens onto a narrow s
Hibiscus on the beach
Hibiscus on the beach in Southport, KwaZulu-Natal
Hibiscus on the Beach is located right on the beach of Southport.
Just between two tidal pools, the house is ideally located to enjoy the beach with all the family.
Shifting Sands Beach House
Shifting Sands Beach House in Southport, KwaZulu-Natal
Shifting Sands Beach house is a beautiful clinkerbrick beach cottage with direct access to the beach. The main house has 6 bedrooms and 4 bathrooms and the outside cottage has 2 bedrooms sharing a bathroom
The Beach House
The Beach House in Southport, KwaZulu-Natal
The Beach House sleeps a maximum a 8 adults and 4 children below 5 years. Featuring four tastefully decorated bedrooms, all with magnificent beach and sea views. The main bedroom features a king size bed and en suite bathroom.
Sea Shells Cottage
Sea Shells Cottage in Southport, KwaZulu-Natal
Sea Shells Cottage/Home is a gem waiting to be discovered. This establishment has beautiful sea views and sunrises with ships and fishing boats passing by as well as whale watching in season.

The small village of Southport on the KwaZulu-Natal South Coast lies about ten kilometers to the north of Port Shepstone. The village has some good scuba diving, especially out at the Aliwal Shoal a few kilometres out to sea.

Twenty kilometers inland from Southport is the Oribi Gorge, a 400 metre deep gorge that is the largest and most spectacular gorge in KwaZulu-Natal.