Follow the footpaths up to where you find the first houses at Mostertshoek.
Stay close to the shoreline, and you will see a small pile of white rocks. Turn towards the sea, and you will find the blow hole – it has to be high tide to be at its most impressive. Turn around and stay close to the shoreline.
At the next beach (it is opposite a green shack), you will see an unknown unmarked grave, the remains of the Osprey that sunk in 1867, coastal middens with ample shells and stone tools.
Enjoy the unique fynbos and plant species of this area.
Follow the footpaths back to the parking area – but maybe enjoy a moment of peace and quiet on Sunset Rock, very popular for obvious reasons!