Knysna has many attractions, but one of the most relaxing ones is listening to the waves crashing on Castle Rock or strolling along our beach.
The Brenton-on-Sea beach, with its unspoilt white sand, extends for six km. to Buffalo bay, perfect for a walk or jog for those who want more activity. Enjoy swimming in the Indian Ocean with the African Black Oystercatcher.
The area is green and lush all year round with native flowers, trees, flora and Fynbos You can walk along the cliffs at Fisherman’s’ Walk and may see the whales and dolphins below you. You can also enjoy the sunset with friends and a glass of wine. Climb up Castle Rock and feel the spray on your skin. You can admire the wildlife in the area, such as the guinea fowl, the bushbuck, the nightjar, the peacocks. You can also watch out for the tortoise and the mongoose.
You can fish or paddle on the lagoon or bring your own boat and launch from the jetty. Brenton-on-Sea is a great place to relax on the beach or to explore the Garden Route, which has many attractions within easy reach. Brenton-on-Sea will always impress the discerning traveller. You can have fun in Knysna, but come back to the tranquillity and beauty of Brenton-on-Sea and on Lake.
Travel to the nearby town of Sedgefield. Every Saturday you can enjoy the vibes and fresh produce and hand crafts at the Sedgefield market.
And then there are the annual Knysna festivals. Dates and events may change so just follow this link for the updates information. Simola hill climb, Triathlons, Marathons, Leisure Island Festival and many more.