Gallop along beaches, through valleys or climb mountains on horseback.
L’Agulhas is the southernmost town in Africa. It is located at the very tip of the legendary “Foot of Africa” where the cold Benguela current of the Atlantic Ocean and the strong Agulhas current of the Indian Ocean meet.
Surrounded by a dramatic coastline and expansive skies, you can feel that you’re standing on the tip of Africa. Climb to the top of the recently refurbished lighthouse and you will feel like you can see forever. Find the cairn of stones 1km west of the lighthouse and see where the Atlantic and Indian Oceans meet; or the ancient KhoiKhoi fish traps; or the wreck of the Meisho Maro. You can also simply go fishing!
The village is a popular holiday spot filled with quaint establishments that offer outstanding hospitality and cuisine.
Agulhas Beach has shallow waves, tidal pools and rock pools
Experience the southern most tip of Africa, where the two
Relaxed and romantic. Candle light, white linen, Carol Boyes hand
The Agulhas National Park is on the windswept, ruggedly beautiful
De Mond is a beautiful coastal nature reserve at the
The coastline at L’Agulhas is known as the graveyard of
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The 11 million candlepower beam of the L’Agulhas Lighthouse can
Bantamsklip is the name given to spot on a pristine
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Every year southern right whales migrate from their icy feeding
This is where the cold Benguela current of the Atlantic
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