The suburb of Brighton Beach still maintains an environmental awareness that has prevented this area from becoming another concrete holiday town, with protected open spaces and no high-rise buildings to spoil the horizons.
Its beach is renowned for its world famous surf spot “Cave Rock”, an exposed beach break that has such reliable surf that it can work at any time of the year, and its coastal tidal pool.
There are many rock pools to explore and it is an excellent diving and fishing spot. In the winter months whales are often spotted along the coast whilst dolphins can be seen frolicking close to shore all year-round. There are nature trails and the Bluff Nature Reserve has two bird hides that provide excellent viewing opportunities, whilst the thick coastal vegetation is home to families of monkeys and mongoose.
Local is lekker they say and here the locals are lekker and friendly, making it the ideal spot to grow roots or take a relaxing holiday!