Vista Bonita Apartments are beautifully appointed units situated in Diaz Beach, Mossel Bay. All of the units are spacious, newly renovated apartments that open out onto an enclosed balcony with stunning views of the sea and swimming beach.
There is a lovely convenience store on the ground floor of the apartment building where you can purchase all necessities. There is also a coffee shop and clothing shop for your convenience. On the premises is a warm water pool and Jacuzzi's. Approximately 100 metres from the apartment building, you will find the Dias Hotel where you can enjoy breakfast, lunch and dinner. It is also a short walk from the local watering hole, Pirates Pub, for sundowners.
Mossel Bay holds 60 km of white-sand beaches and is the only north-facing beach in South Africa. Abseiling, scuba diving, shark-cage diving, the Oyster Catcher Trail, whale and dolphin watching, quad bikes, sailing and mountain biking is available in the area.
In Room Facilities:
Vista Bonita Apartments consist of 3 apartments, namely Dolfyn, a 2 bedroom, 2 bathroom unit with an open-plan kitchen and living area, as well as an enclosed balcony with stunning views. Geelstert is a 3 bedroom, 2 bathroom unit with an open-plan kitchen and living area, and also has an enclosed balcony with stunning views. Kingklip has 2 bedrooms, 1 bathroom, an open-plan kitchen and living area.
Linen is supplied for all bedrooms, as well as the the sleeper couch, please just remember to bring your own beach and bath towels. If you require daily cleaning services it can be arranged at an extra cost. Braai facilities are also available on the roof of the building with spectacular panoramic views of the sea, beach, Mossel Bay and Hartenbos.
There is also a Cultural Museum, a Shell Museum and Aquarium, an ethno-botanical garden with its Braille Trail and the famous Post Office Tree in which Dias hid a letter to his compatriot Joao da Silva. Shop for arts and crafts, join a tour to meet the people in the villages and townships in the rural areas surrounding Mossel Bay, meet African entrepreneurs and crafts people and experience the cultural richness of the Western Cape, enjoy concerts and exhibitions in the Maritime Museum and take in a show at the Barnyard Theatre.
Just outside Of Mossel Bay you can enjoy a malaria-free game drive to see the Big Five, ride an elephant, take a boat trip to Seal Island, watch whales and dolphins by boat.