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Diaz 15

Diaz 15

For travelers exploring the glories of the world-renowned Garden Route, Diaz 15 is the perfect place to start or finish a tour of South Africa’s spectacular southeastern coast. The area is well-known for its mild oceanic climate, diverse vegetation, numerous lagoons, and marine reserves. Diaz 15 is a magnificent house directly on Jeffreys Bay, home to sparkling waters, pristine beaches, and frolicking whales and dolphins.

A five-star hotel accommodation, Diaz rests among lush green gardens and overlooks an expansive beach. Patios and balconies in each room take advantage of the stunning ocean views, and the hotel’s amenities and small luxuries are unsurpassed. The penthouse offers the ultimate in privacy, luxury, and elegance. Rim-flow swimming pool and barbecues on every patio provide ample opportunity to enjoy the beauties of life on the bay. A welcome treat to begin the day is the sumptuous, one-of-a-kind breakfast, prepared start-to-finish and elegantly served in your private guestroom.

In the words of one happy guest, “We have stayed in five-star establishments all over the world and have to say this compares well with the best. The rooms are lovely and the whole complex spotless. We loved waking up to a freshly prepared breakfast. Fantastic location on the beach. We would highly recommend this establishment.”

In addition to leisurely summer activities such as swimming, shell collecting, sand-boarding, sea-kayaking, and sunbathing, guests enjoy walking along the endless stretches of incredible beaches. The small town of Jeffreys Bay offers golf, an eclectic variety of small restaurants, shell museum, and local shops. Surfing is a popular activity, and the area has hosted numerous surfing competitions over the years.

Nearby, the Kabeljous Nature Reserve is home to a number of fish species, herons, and other waterfowl. One of the seasonal highlights of a visit to Diaz 15 and Jeffreys Bay is the yearly return of migrating whales on their way to Hermanus and Witsand.

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