Beautiful beaches of Port Elizabeth

Algoa Bay, the coastal region of Nelson Mandela Bay, boasts 40 km of magnificent golden beaches.

With its perfect combination of warm water, calm sea and fair breezes, it is one of the best sailing venues in the world and a Mecca for all beach and water sport enthusiasts. Water temperatures vary between 18 and 21 degrees Celsius during summer and 14 to 19 degrees Celsius during winter. Rest assured, swimming beaches are patrolled by fully trained professional lifeguards during the summer season, which means swimmers and sunbathers can safely enjoy their beach holiday. South Africa is the first country outside of Europe to win Blue Flag accreditation for its beaches. Humewood Beach and Wells Estate Beach were awarded Blue Flag status for the 2010/11 season. The Blue Flag is an international award given only to those beaches that meet excellence in safety, amenities, cleanliness and environmental standards.

Rita out for an icecream at Something Good Road House

Posted by Trips with Rita on Sun March 19, 2017 in Beautiful beaches of Port Elizabeth.

Port Elizabeth's iconic ROADHOUSE near Pollock Beach

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Perfect morning at Pollock Beach

Posted by Roy says.... on Mon January 12, 2015 in Beautiful beaches of Port Elizabeth.

Summer 2015 has offered glorious weather to our visitors to Nelson Mandela Bay

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Body Surfing at Kings Beach

Posted by Roy says.... on Thu November 27, 2014 in Beautiful beaches of Port Elizabeth.

King's Beach is Port Elizabeth's flagship beach, the closest beach to the heart of the city as well as the best known to visitors.

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McArthur Pool and Leisure Centre

Posted by PE Travel Blogger on Wed November 12, 2014 in Beautiful beaches of Port Elizabeth.

Heated and cold, fresh water, outdoor swimming pools with slides at kiddies pools. Port Elizabeth beachfront.

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Pollok Beach

Posted on Wed November 12, 2014 in Beautiful beaches of Port Elizabeth.

Pollok Beach or "The Pipe" as it is known locally, is favored by surfers because of its excellent waves and surfing opportunities.

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