Discover the top attractions in L’Agulhas and Struisbaai during your stay at Cape Agulhas Guest House. Explore the southernmost point of Africa, go sightseeing, and enjoy fun seaside activities for the whole family. From Struisbaai’s stunning 14km sandy beach (one of the longest continuous beaches in the Southern Hemisphere), to the best whale watching and fishing opportunities in Africa, your Cape Agulhas trip is set to be unforgettable!
The second oldest working lighthouse in South Africa, the Cape Agulhas Lighthouse has stood for over 150 years as a maritime chaperone over the notorious ‘Cape of Storms’, also known as the Cape of Good Hope.
The L’Agulhas Tidal Pool offers a relaxing spot along the Struisbaai beach for families to relax and enjoy the sea without fear of waves or ocean currents.
Southern Right Whales can be seen along the L’Agulhas shoreline during migration, often within 20 meters of the coast. Don’t forget to book a whale watching tour for an up-close experience.
The southernmost point of the African continent, often referred to as the tip of Africa, holds a significant geographical position as the official meeting point of the Indian and Atlantic Oceans.
Visitors are encouraged to walk around and over the impressive structure. Designed to represent well-known landmarks, the monument symbolises of the allure and grand scale of the African continent.
The Meisho Maru shipwrecked on November 16th 1982. The wreckage of this Japanese fishing ship still lingers in the shallow waters off the L’Agulhas coast, located the most southern point of Africa.
Encompassing 54km of pristine coastal landscapes, the Agulhas National Park shows off the Cape’s diverse fauna and flora, hiking trails, and wooden walkways at the southernmost point of Africa.
Enjoy cocktails, ice creams, and freshly caught seafood at the Catch Cook Restaurant, dance to live music, kayak, SUP board, swim with stingrays, and more, at Struisbaai’s waterfront harbour.