About Yzerfontein

The Pearl of the West Coast.

About 80km north of Cape Town, tucked away on the sandy shoreline just off the R27, hides Yzerfontein

About 80km north of Cape Town, tucked away on the sandy shoreline just off the R27, hides Yzerfontein

This quaint, unspoiled west coast village is an urban conservancy where man and nature live in harmony. It boasts the 16 Mile Beach, the longest uninterrupted beach on the South African coastline, with a spectacular view all the way to Table Mountain.
 

 

Situated within close proximity of Darling, !Khwa ttu San Culture & Educational Centre, West Coast National Park and the West Coast Fossil Park, it’s the perfect choice for a quick getaway. Yzerfontein caters for a variety of tastes and preferences.
 

 

Endangered African Black Oystercatchers roost on the rocks above the high water mark and between July and January whales and dolphins frolic in the bay. The annual Yzerfontein Festival & Events and Snoek Classic, as well as the Galjoen Derby are highlights during holiday season.
 

 

If you are a birdwatcher or appreciate wild flowers and fynbos, then Yzerfontein is the place to visit! Explore on foot with a choice of 2 walking trails and a unique stone labyrinth on a hill overlooking the vast Atlantic Ocean. Cyclists and joggers can safely train both on- and off-road.
 

 

Yzerfontein is a surfers and wind-surfers paradise with Schaap Island and Main Beach being the local surfing hotspots. Accommodation is plentiful and varies from a caravan park to intimate guest houses and luxurious beach houses overlooking the waves.