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Bed And Breakfast, Guest Houses in Ferreira Town, Jeffreys Bay
For views second to none, guests from all over the world choose to stay at African Perfection.
African Perfection 1...
Apartments, Holiday Homes, Self Catering in Marina Martinique, Jeffreys Bay
Lovely and stylish apartment on the first floor next to the canal. Sleep 4. To ensure that our listing is a good...
Bed And Breakfast, Apartments, Guest Houses, Self Catering in Jeffreys Bay
On The Beach Guesthouse and Suites in Jeffreys Bay offers a relaxed and refined atmosphere in which to enjoy the...
Cottages, Holiday Homes, Self Catering in Jeffreys Bay
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Houtboschbay is like a small private and safe community with its log homes and...
Self Catering in Jeffreys Bay
We would like to showcase our luxury apartments along our long beaches and famous waves. Jeffreys Bay boasts some of...
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Jeffreys Bay Reviews
Lots of activities to choose from.
Lots to do.
We love the vibe in J Bay!
Best holiday location for young and old.
Surf shops, beach, restaurants and the end point for the Transbaviaans cycle race.
Jeffreys is 'n juweel, van Kabeljous-strand tot al die lekker eetplekke: Fat Greek, Kitchen Windows, Tasty Tables, JB Co., Viswyf, Catch of the Day. La Cameleon in Humansdorp.
The trip getting there was enjoyable and very scenic!
Beach in Jeffreys Bay.
More info about Jeffreys Bay
Jeffreys Bay is a small holiday town on the Sunshine Coast in the Eastern Cape Province near Port Elizabeth. The beautiful deep blue bay with a magnificent beach is bordered by nature reserves and rivers, and is a subtropical paradise.
The tiny village became famous internationally, but not locally in South Africa, at first. Hordes of surfing American hippies began to descend upon the tiny fishing town in the 1960’s, due to the fantastic surfing waves and it became a super cool hippie destination.
This was to the bewilderment of the conservative religious inhabitants of the village at the furthest edge of Africa, who certainly did not care for Flower Power and psychedelic music and the culture clash continues to this day.
The town was established by Captain Jeffrey in 1849, a trader who cruised up and down the Eastern coast on trading missions. It remained a tiny fishing village for a hundred years or so, but these days has grown... Show more