Myoli Beach, Pili Pili Adventures, and The Beach Bar

Apart from just swimming and sun bathing, Sedgefield offers great attractions for the whole family. With four unspoiled beaches, Sedgefield presents a variety of water sports – from simply splashing around, to excellent fishing, boating, canoeing, windsurfing, kitesurfing, waterskiing, and sailing.

Great things to do
Sedgefield has lots of things to do for the whole family. Sedgefield Tourism gladly recommends the flowing activities:
• Sedgefield is renowned for the award winning Wild Oats Community Farmers`Market every Saturday, so why not start your day, with the farmers and local product owners and experience the vibe & the unique people. Get the best breakfast in town while you catch up on the local gossip.
• Sedgefield offers a wide and diverse range of arts and crafts, come and take a stroll through Scarab Village – here you will not only find the widest choice of wares, but very often the best value. You will definitely take home the perfect gift!
• See how paper is made from Elephant dung at Scarab Paper. You will be amazed to see how paper is still produced by hand using a vintage printing press.
• Water sports: yachting, kitesurfing, wind surfing and board sailing, canoeing, water skiing and snorkeling.
• If getting wet is not your thing, then ‘Get Active’ and cycle the rolling hills, phenomenal fynbos and panoramic views Sedgefield makes a perfect start-off point for both road and mountain bikers.
• Paragliding, ‘Fly with the Birds’ – Sedgefield is a veritable paragliding mecca with no shortage of breathtaking flight spots. Drive up to Cloud 9 for a spectacular view. See how the Paragliders take off and enjoy the breeze in your hair.
• Fishing: Lagoon, rock & surf fishing, bass fishing at Groenvlei. Never fished before? Go on a Fishing Tour for the day!
• Horse Riding: experience a unique opportunity to explore the magnificent beauty of the lakes & beaches on horseback.
• Walkers and Bird Lovers are certain to see an abundance of Sedgefield`s fascinating fauna and flora, as they discover the network of fynbos, lakeside and forest trails.

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