Approximately 85 km from Cape Town, Pringle Bay is a unique and charming small coastal village situated in the Overberg region, Western Cape.
Based in the unique Kogelberg Biosphere (a UNESCO World Heritage site) and on the famous Whale Coast Route, Pringle Bay has an abundance of wildlife and beautiful flora.
It is surrounded by mountains and overlooks the ocean with Cape Point in the distance. Pringle Bay has pristine and spotless silver beaches and a small lagoon with clear, warm water where the Buffels River meets the sea. Pringle Bay is one of the few bays in South Africa that faces north, making it the perfect place for impressive sunsets.