Large Coastal stand close to all amenities in C Place, Jeffreys Bay. Legend has it that the father of South African surfing, John Whitmore, discovered the waves at Jeffrey's Bay in the late 1950s as he drove up the famous N2 "Garden Route" between Cape Town and Port Elizabeth. Although Jefferys Bay got its name from a Captain Jefferys in the 1840's, it is more famous today for its surfing spots and the yearly event of The Billabong Pro, Surfing Contest. This brings the world's best professional surfers to town during the month of July, when it is said that the best waves are running along the Point known as "SUPERTUBES". Jefferys bay has also become a popular holiday destination due to the great swimming beaches and various leisure experiences in the area. Activities include great fishing spots, hiking trails, mountain biking,4X4 Routes, wind surfing, kayaking, horse rides on the beach, scuba diving, sandboarding and for the not so sporting types also offers great shopping experiences. This includes the Billabong Shopping Village, Fountains Mall, as well as various small beach shops, a fun place to be. Bungee Jumping at Tsitsikamma Forest Village Market, off the highest single span arch bridge, Bloukraans, in the world. Contact: Marnus or Tracy if you want to inquire about this property. Thuyspunt is a rocky stretch of coast approximately 12 km WNW of Cape St Francis, west of Thysbaai beach and SE of Oyster Bay (Oesterbaai), a small coastal village, and Humansdorp, an administrative and industrial town servicing the Kouga region and rich farming area. Thuyspunt (Thyspunt) has become a significant area in the Eastern Cape Province of South Africa as it has been identified by the South African electricity company, Eskom, as the site for a future nuclear reactor. The Nuclear Power Station will, without doubt, substantially boost the economic growth of the surrounding areas. Other nearby villages and towns set to benefit are: St Francis Bay a coastal village, situated about 18kms SSW of Humansdorp, has a unique canal system, building style and access to the Kromme River. It has attracted both national and international investors for years. Luxurious holiday and permanent homes are testament to its popularity. Vacant land and up-market apartments at Port St Francis are also appealing options Golfers come from far and wide to play on the local St Francis Bay Golf Course and the challenging St Francis Links where homeowners experience exclusivity, security and clubhouse facilities. A variety of other sporting facilities are available in the Village. Notable for surfers, it is the home of the famous Bruce's Beauties. Cape St Francis, a five-minute drive away with its historical lighthouse built in 1878, has a magnificent beach and residential properties are also popular for holidaymakers and permanent homes. Nature trails crisscross the area giving much pleasure to those who love the indigenous fynbos and rocky coastline. Jeffrey's Bay, another coastal town, is famous for the Billabong Surfing Competition and enthusiastic champions and locals turn up regularly to experience the super tubes for which the area is known. Modern shopping malls service the area and there is a demand for townhouse developments.