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Best things to do in Plettenberg Bay

Discover the city through the eyes of locals. Find the best things to do, places to eat, and get priceless advice from the people who live here.

Tapas Restaurant
“A lovely seafood restaurant. Great atmosphere and decor. The seafood and sushi is great. ”
58 locals recommend
“One of my favorite restaurants and bars in town! Awesome pizzas and great cocktails. A nice street vibe. ”
60 locals recommend
Seafood Restaurant
“It is reasonable and has the most amazing views, Is family friendly and casual.”
60 locals recommend
“If you want to get up close and personal with elephants this is the place to do it. You can even spend the night with these beautiful animals.”
38 locals recommend
“Very interesting museum of weaving and a mill to purchase quality luxury items ”
48 locals recommend
“Lovely coffee shop and bakery right on Main Rd, within walking distance. Incredible croissants and free wifi!”
27 locals recommend
General Travel
“the ocean Blue safaris shares the most beautiful dolphin and whale watching. Their boat rides are significant and exceptional. ”
19 locals recommend
“Slightly more upmarket grocery store, a bit further but with an incredible selection. ”
19 locals recommend
“Always a winner. Often live music and guaranteed a good vibe with very nice food.”
19 locals recommend
African Restaurant
“Warm atmosphere, excellent seafood and live music on some nights makes this a must-do destination!”
16 locals recommend
Grocery or Supermarket
“Very welll stocked, the staff are helpfull and very friendly. Great for coffee on the go!”
18 locals recommend
“Definately not to be missed on a Friday night. Great music that will keep you on the dance floor until the wee hours of the morning”
21 locals recommend
“Different shops from groceries, clothing, chemist, home ware, books, coffee shops to linen.”
23 locals recommend
“Nguni Restaurant, a historical monument, is situated in the centre of town. Serving a distinctly South African menu with creative flair, the Nguni lasses only cook with the freshest of local ingredients.”
13 locals recommend
“A traditional little farm stall with a big heart. Set on the busy N2 just at the turn off to Keurbooms River and before Keurbooms beach - a great stop to fill your picnic basket whether you are off to the beach or on a road trip. Some of my favourites are the freshly baked health bread, local honey and their scrumptions jean-stretching baked treats. They have a little restaurant onsite with an enclosed garden. Kids and well behaved pets on leads are welcome. ”
27 locals recommend
“Great for swimming and getting a tan. There is also a lagoon for kids to play in.”
15 locals recommend