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Must-Do Attractions in Mossel Bay

View of Mossel Bay from Klein Brakrivier, a nearby coastal town . Life-size replica of Bartolomeu Diaz's caravel in the  Maritime museum. Mossel Bay, a historic coastal town in the Western Cape, is definitely a favourite of mine and also of many South Africans. Not only is it rich in culture, but its more than 60 kilometres of white beaches along the Indian Ocean and its mild climate makes it a sought-after destiny during both summer and winter times.   For the tourist, there are many things to do apart from spending some time at the beach. Known as the historical capital of the Garden route, the town boasts many historical buildings. Its harbour is visited by many pleasure boats and other   international seafarers. It is also an important export harbour for wool, ochre and ostrich feathers. Here is my list of favourite things to do whenever I am in Mossel Bay: Diaz beach is well-known for its white sand and whale spotting. View of the St Blaise Lighthouse f