Deep Sea Fishing in Mossel Bay
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Deep Sea Fishing in Mossel Bay

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On board the Sharky, a deep sea fishing charter in Mossel Bay, near the Santos Beach, Mossel Bay. Up on the land you can see the Diaz Museum and the Post Office Tree, which is the oldest post office in South Africa. The first message was left there, under the Post Office Tree, in 1500, by passing sailors, and collected by the next sailors to rest in Mossel Bay in 1501.

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A: Santos Beach and the Outeniqua Choo-Tjoe Stop

di John Gore, 350 metri di distanza

This is Santos Beach, one of the popular bathing beaches in Mossel Bay, and a popular launch site for...

Santos Beach and the Outeniqua Choo-Tjoe Stop

B: Diaz Maritime Musuem and Caravel sailing ship

di John Gore, 450 metri di distanza

A life size replica of the Dias Caravel, the Caravel sailing ship was built in Portugal and sailed to...

Diaz Maritime Musuem and Caravel sailing ship

C: Craft Art Workshop in Mossel Bay

di John Gore, 560 metri di distanza

The Craft Art Workshop in Mossel Bay has a wide range of Art and Crafts for sale. The crafts are made...

Craft Art Workshop in Mossel Bay

D: Mossel Bay Street View near Bayside Centre

di John Gore, 630 metri di distanza

Visible on this 360 street view in Mossel Bay is the Vincent Building, built in 1901. The large arch ...

Mossel Bay Street View near Bayside Centre

E: Mossel Bay Harbour breakwater tower

di John Gore, 650 metri di distanza

Bartholomeu Dias landed here in 1488, and named this bay Golfo de São Bras (Portuguese for Mossel Bay...

Mossel Bay Harbour breakwater tower

F: Stars Restaurant and Sport Bar

di John Gore, 830 metri di distanza

Stars Restaurant and Sports Bar is a great place to enjoy the rugby with mates. Opened in 2009, the t...

Stars Restaurant and Sport Bar

G: Bar-t-nique Guest House in Mossel Bay

di John Gore, 1.2 km di distanza

Bar-t-nique Guest House in Mossel Bay has a woderful panoramic view over the bay, with the Outeniqua ...

Bar-t-nique Guest House in Mossel Bay

H: 1 Point Village

di John Gore, 1.7 km di distanza

1 Point Village and holiday cottages are just meters from the beach in Mossel Bay. Within walking dis...

1 Point Village

I: Mossel Bay Lighthouse

di John Gore, 1.8 km di distanza

Mossel Bay Lighthouse overlooks the Point Village area of Mossel Bay. A popular destination for touri...

Mossel Bay Lighthouse

J: Beach in Mossel Bay

di John Gore, 1.8 km di distanza

The beach near Delfinos Restaurant and the Kingfisher Restaurant in Mossel Bay, on The Point. This is...

Beach in Mossel Bay

Questo panorama è stato scattato in South Africa, Africa

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Text by Steve Smith.

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