Country : South Africa
Area : Coffee Bay
Nikon D810; 16-35mm; 19mm; f13; ISO 31; 1/15.
Coffee Bay is a small town situated on the Wild Coast of the eastern Cape Province of South Africa. It is located about 250km south of the city of Durban. The Hole in the wall is one of the most impressive landmarks along the entire SA Coast line. This landmark was created millions of years ago through the restless action of waves against sandstone and shale.
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Coffee Bay (Afrikaans: Koffiebaai) is a small town situated on the Wild Coast of the Eastern Cape Province of South Africa. It is located about 250 kilometres south of the city of Durban and has a population of 258 people.
The town is named after the hundreds of coffee trees which grew from beans either scattered by a shipwreck or by plunderers. A holiday resort in Tembuland is located 80km south-east of Viedgesville. It can be reached via a turn-off from the N2 highway.