Saint michaels beach

What To Do Near & Around Emerald Cove

Emerald Cove is a great place to enjoy fun in the sun, simply by walking out onto St Michaels beach.

Birds Eye View – Emerald Cove

You can:

Emerals Cove Birds Eye viewSurf the waves,
Fish off the rocks,
Take a long beach walk
Explore the rock pools filled with marine life and gather shells,
Take a paddle boat or canoe up the lagoon,
Or relax on the golden sand.



Saint Michaels Beach at your doorstep

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St Mikes is also a popular surfing break with good waves all year round, which attract the surfers, body boarders, paddle skiers and kite surfers.

Kite Surfing

St Michaels Beach

Wave Surfing

Uvongo Beach Fishing Pier

Fishing off Uvongo Pier

The South Coast boasts miles of golden beaches, including 7 Blue flag Beaches, a prestigious award given only to beaches that meet excellence in cleanliness, safety and environmental standards.

We can arrange a deep sea fishing trip or a dolphin / whale watching pleasure cruise. Nature Walks & hikes, Horse Riding and Mountain biking are a few of the many things to do. Visit a Crocodile Farm, Snake Park, Coffee Farm or the Wild Coast water park.

Beautiful Beaches

Nature Walks

Deep Sea Fishing

Also known as the Golf Coast, there are 9 top golf courses within under an hour’s drive of Emerald Cove.
A great way to experience natures wonders are the nine well developed nature reserves, all with beautiful hiking trails.
The most famous being Oribi Gorge, with its spectacular deep gorge and rock formations. Well worth a visit. The more adventurous can try abseiling, white water rafting and the world’s highest swing.

Golf Courses

Oribi Gorge

World’s Highest Swing

The South Coast is a haven for many talented artists and all along the road you will see signs leading off to craft shops, artist’s studios, art galleries, leather works, wood workers, curio sellers, farm stalls and nurseries.

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The South Coast Bike Fest.

The date for this event has been set. Margate will come alive with burning rubber, music and motorcycles from 27 – 30 April.