There is a distinct wildness about the Eastern Cape that gives an undeniable magic. Although it is steeped in South African history, culture and investment opportunities, it remains largely unspoilt making Eastern Cape real estate a popular option. It is also an educational hub with excellent state-supported and independent schools, as well as world-class universities. Bushveld, lush wilderness, pristine beaches, wildlife and snow covered mountains converge to make the Eastern Cape a wildly diverse destination.
Known for its good value for money properties and incredible lifestyle, the Eastern Cape it is fast becoming the destination for homeowners and holidaymakers alike. The holiday towns of Jeffreys Bay, St Francis Bay ,Kento-on-sea and Port Alfred are incredibly popular amongst those looking for holiday accommodation while the bigger areas of Port Elizabeth, Grahamstown and East London are ideal for families and career-oriented house hunters. Retirees and those searching for a quieter life will love what the Garden Route towns have to offer. Peruse the various regions and areas in the province to make an informed decision on where to buy your Eastern Cape property.
Explore the Eastern Cape
• Known as Africa’s water sports capital, the Eastern Cape offers world-class yachting, sailing, scuba diving, surfing, fishing and windsurfing opportunities.
• The Garden Route, a stretch of lush African coastline also known as the ‘Garden of Eden’, is undoubtedly one of the most magnificent travel destinations in the Eastern Cape.
• Cultural attractions abound – the Eastern Cape is home to various festivals. Galleries, markets and historical landmarks.
• The Eastern Cape is also home to some of the most spectacular hiking trails in the world, through forest, fynbos and along the pristine coastline. The most famous of these are the Outeniqua Trail, the Harkerville Trail, the Otter Trail and the Tsitsikamma Trail.
Other Areas in Eastern Cape and Areas Nearby Eastern Cape
Areas Nearby Eastern Cape