Eastern Cape

Bathurst

Bathurst is situated equidistant from East London and Port Elizabeth and close to Port Alfred and Grahamstown. This quaint little Settler village of around 1500 erven is the home of 500 residents and dubbed the Little England of the Eastern Cape. The eclectic local culture is built around the local artists, the little pubs, great food and lots to see and do in a microclimate where anything grows and thrives. Bathurst properties are large with a minimum subdivision by law of 1200sq meters. The trees are stunning and abundant natural indigenous species and laden fruit trees exist side by side. The avocado pears being predominant amongst the fruit trees. There are...

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Boesmansriviermond

Boesmansriviermond is situated on the bushman's river which is the second longest navigable tidal river in South Africa,  a distance of 33 kilometres.   Boesmansriviermond is 55 km from grahamstown, 75km from Port Elizabeth and 20km from Port Alfred.  Historically the seaside resort of Boesmansriviermond was a holiday destination for farmers and their families from the Alexandria district. Boesmansriviermond with its fine beaches and rivers, historical places of interest, the replica of the cross planted by Bartolomeu dias in 1488,  Alexandria indigenous forest, numerous game lodges together with the fine beaches and rivers makes...

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Cintsa

The enchanting seaside village of Cintsa (or Chintsa) can be found 45km north east of East London, in the Wild Coast region of the Eastern Cape. Deriving its name from the Chintsa River (meaning river of crumbling banks in the Xhosa dialect) that divides Cintsa into two ‘towns’; Cintsa East and West which ironically lies on the northern and southern shore of the river, respectively. This part of the coast is an unspoiled natural treasure, reminding those who visit of all things untamed and unaffected. The stark beauty of this region is enhanced even further by; angular rock faces, untouched beaches, endless valleys and striking views of its remarkable...

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East London

Fondly referred to as Buffalo City, East London is a perfect blend of old fashioned values with a relaxed charm. It’s most predominant appeal is the long stretches of unpolluted and uncrowded white sandy beaches, some of the best in the world, loved by surfers, swimmers and sun chasers.  East London is a true surfer’s paradise, particularly at the Nahoon Reef, where multiple international surf competitions are held. It is a paradise for the whole family, the people are refreshingly friendly and the weather is pleasant all year round.  There is always something to do, be it a visit to the aquarium, Queens Park Zoo and botanical gardens or a...

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Grahamstown

Founded in 1820 by English settlers, Grahamstown is a city steeped in history, culture and scholastic excellence. Consequently, property in Grahamstown is highly desirable.  Grahamstown’s origins are well documented, and the city boasts a number of commemorative monuments to acknowledge its roots. The Botanical Gardens hosts flora indigenous to the settlers of the time, while the 1820 Settlers Monument stands in reverence to the city’s founding fathers.   Oatlands North The growth and the need for more accommodation in Grahamstown gave birth to Oatlands North. Oatlands North, situated on the northern side of Oatlands proper, looks...

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Kenton On Sea

Kenton-on-Sea, more commonly known as Kenton, is a small coastal town on the Sunshine Coast. It lies between East London and Port Elizabeth and has a population of about 5000 people. It is a small town, but very beautiful and quiet. This area is a popular holiday destination due to its prime location of pristine beaches and nature reserves.  As it is situated between Kariega and Bushmans river estuaries, Kenton is a location that is perfect for families who want to retire or start a family in a small beach town. The secluded beaches are perfect for weekend activities and having the natural amenities to yourself and friends and family is something many people...

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Kleinemonde

Situated just 16km from Port Alfred, nestled between East London and Port Elizabeth is the charming seaside village of Kleinemonde. Characterised by a long stretch of white unspoilt sand dunes, a beach and tranquil estuaries – this little oasis found on the Sunshine Coast epitomises peace, serenity and vast natural beauty. Kleinemonde living encapsulates the feeling of escaping from city and urban life with essential amenities including a petrol station and café - although modern facilities and first rate shopping opportunities is on offer in neighbouring towns and suburbs. There are many outdoor activities and past times in Kleinemonde, these include...

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Port Alfred

Port Alfred was established in the early 1820s by British settlers who were moved into the area by  Lord Charles Somerset as a buffer between the Western Cape and the Ama Xhosa. Originally it was two separate towns (settlers arriving on the west bank in 1820 named their settlement Port Kowie, and those arriving on the east bank named theirs Port Frances). In 1839, William Cock started to block the natural river mouth to the east and canalise the present opening to the sea. This allowed high-masted sailing ships with their heavy cargo to dock at the wharf. Later, in 1860, when Queen Elizabeth's's son, Prince Alfred, visited the name was changed to honour...

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Port Elizabeth

Port Elizabeth stretches out along the South Eastern coastline of Africa, bordering on the warm Indian Ocean, and enjoys many of natures wonders, from frolicking dolphins to whales at play in our bay. The beaches are some of the best in the world, many being isolated and therefore unspoilt, with a variety of features from sandy beaches to rocky outcrops.  The combination of clean beaches, warm calm waters and fair breezes provides ideal conditions for the outdoor water sports enthusiasts, such as sailing, fishing, surfing, windsurfing, snorkeling, swimming and scuba divers have lots to see in the form of shipwrecks, coral reefs and beautifully coloured fish...

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Uitenhage

The town of Uitenhage is a bustling industrial hub found in the Eastern Cape Province approximately 38 km away from the harbour city of Port Elizabeth. Fondly referred to as the Garden Town of the Eastern Cape, it lies in the foothills of the Winterhoek Mountains and on the banks of the Swartkops River with the town's official flower, the Strelitzia, blooming everywhere. Starting out as a farming community, Uitenhage has maintained its scenic charm while developing and growing into a thriving industrial and commercial epicentre. Uitenhage was established in 1804 due to the conflict in the area between the Xhosa people and the settlers, a magisterial district...

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