Often the busiest beach in Plett. Life guards on duty in season. It’s the launch site for Marine Safaris, dive charters and ocean kayaking tours and facilities include restaurants, bars, public toilets and the local National Sea Rescue Station; 2 km / 2 minutes from Plett Central.
Lookout Beach – Blue Flag Status
Formerly Plett’s most iconic beach, this area was washed away during the 2007 floods but has returned even more pristine within the past three years. This is now popular for long walks along the ocean side. This has also become a fantastic sun bathing spot, great for surfing and body boarding and has ample play areas.
Keurbooms beach is the closest to Tamodi lodge and is a little wilder but equally beautiful. Life guards on duty in season. Facilities include Enrico's restaurant (2 km / 2 minutes), public toilets, wheelchair access and ample parking; 10 km / 15 minutes from Plett Central.
Nature’s Valley Beach – Blue Flag Status
Nestled between two national parks, this large expanse of beach is in walking distance of the pristine Salt River Mouth. This is birdwatchers paradise! Life guards on duty in season. Facilities include a restaurant, public toilets, wheelchair access and parking; 25 km / 30 minutes from Plett Central.
Popular for long – long – walks, Robberg Beach stretches for kilometres between the Robberg Peninsula and Beacon Island. Facilities include public toilets and various parking areas; 2 km / 2 Minutes from Plett Central.
Robberg 5 Beach – Blue Flag Status
Located in the central area of Robberg Beach, this beach is popular for surfing and body boarding. Facilities include wheelchair access, public toilets and a parking area; 2 km / 2 minutes from Plett Central.