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Pringle Bay Town
The indigenous fynbos is everywhere to enjoy: in the gardens, along the roads, on the sand dunes, on the mountains and in the nature reserves where several hiking trails are available.
Most of Pringle Bay’s roads are gravel roads which add to the relaxed holiday feel. There are no street lights to cause light pollution during night so you can fully enjoy the beauty of the African star sky.
Even though Pringle Bay is a small cozy village it hosts a variety of places to savour food: restaurants, coffee shops and deli’s. There are also some gift shops, a local biscuit factory, pub, internet café, a laundromat and even a "theatre". There are 3 grocery shops with basic stock where you during weekends can buy freshly baked breads and treats.
From Pringle Bay you can easily reach the hustle and bustle of city life as it is situated less than one hours drive (67 km) from Cape Town International Airport, shopping malls (the large Somerset Mall about half an hours drive) and vine farms.