Cape Agulhas & Struisbaai

Western Cape Attractions

Things to do in Cape Agulhas and Struisbaai

When travelling to the southernmost point of Africa, there are so many things you don’t want to miss! The charming coastal town of Cape Agulhas and the quaint seaside village of Struisbaai offers visitors a relaxing and serene coastal stay, mesmerising ocean views, turquoise waters, sandy beaches, and some of the continent’s best fishing opportunities.

From the moment you enter the overberg region, the natural beauty of this geographical wonder surrounds you. Located at the REAL point of Africa, L’Agulhas is situated where the the Atlantic and Indian oceans meet. The convergence of the two oceans creates an abundance of marine life, from the famous Southern Right Whale migration route to the renowned fishing charters off the Agulhas bank.

Discover all that Cape Agulhas and Struisbaai have to offer. From a historic lighthouse to a 54km coastal nature reserve, the tip of Africa is a must-visit Cape Town destination.

Catchcook restaurant

Enjoy Fresh Seafood Overlooking the Struisbaai Harbour

Cape Agulhas is located at the tip of Africa, where the Indian and Atlantic Ocean meet. This geographic significance makes it an awe-inspiring location for travellers seeking fishing activities, fresh seafood, sight-seeing, L'agulhas lighthouse, whale watching, and coastal nature reserves.

Hike the Scenic Fynbos Coastal Landscapes

Cape Agulhas is located at the tip of Africa, where the Indian and Atlantic Ocean meet. This geographic significance makes it an awe-inspiring location for travellers seeking fishing activities, fresh seafood, sight-seeing, L'agulhas lighthouse, whale watching, and coastal nature reserves.

Spend the day Fishing where the Two Oceans Meet

Cape Agulhas is located at the tip of Africa, where the Indian and Atlantic Ocean meet. This geographic significance makes it an awe-inspiring location for travellers seeking fishing activities, fresh seafood, sight-seeing, L'agulhas lighthouse, whale watching, and coastal nature reserves.

Visit a 150 Year Old Working Lighthouse and Museum

Signpost pointing to the "Southernmost Point of Africa" in Cape Agulhas.

Stand at the Southernmost Point of Africa