PRINGLE BAY / PRINGLEBAAI

Situated only 85 km from Cape Town, Pringle Bay is a charming coastal village on the famous Whale Route. Pringle Bay beach is pristine and spotless and never crowded, even over Christmas! There is a small lagoon with clear warm water where the Buffels River enters the sea. The village is surrounded by mountains on three sides and overlooks the Ocean. You will find an interesting mix of young and old, South African and overseas residents. Pringle Bay’s attraction lies in it’s Virtually Zero Crime status, its position and beauty, affordable properties with low rates & taxes, 8 restaurants, clean unpolluted air and being part of the World Biosphere Reserve no further development. … Read the rest.

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Pringle Bay History

Pringle Bay is named after the Royal Navy Commander-in-Chief Sir Thomas Pringle. The Pringle Bay / Pringlebaai area is full of history! Khoi Khoi, shipwrecks and the World War 2 radar station against German U-boats …Read the rest.

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Pringle Bay Restaurants

Pringle Bay on the Whale Coast has long been dubbed the cuisine capital of the Overberg! A leisurely Sunday drive on the famous Whale Route, a walk or swim on Pringle Bay beach and then be pampered at a selection of 7 restaurants. … Read the rest.

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Pringle Bay Attractions

Pringle Bay & surrounds offer beaches, lagoons, water sport, restaurants, entertainment, Hiking Trails, Penguin Colony, Whale Watching, Boat Launching facility, Kogelberg Biosphere reserve, Harold Porter Botanical Gardens, Golf Courses, Wine Farms, Arabella Hotel/Spa … Read the rest.

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