Shelly Beach boasts a large selection of self catering holiday accommodation with includes flats and houses on the South Coast. Shelly Beach is a small sea-side town that is very popular for scuba-diving, shark cage diving, deep-sea fishing and ski boat fun rides as well as dolphin and whale watching trips. It is the launch site for Protea banks, a world-famous dive site.  Next to the launch site is a tidal pool. The Ski Boat club has frequent fishing competitions.

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Shelly Beach has a long white beach on one side and a rocky beach on the other side extending to St Michaels Beach. The rocky beach is great for walking and pottering around with kids. There are numerous rock pools to be found that have all the creatures that you gonaderna find in small seawater aquariums. Swimming in these picturesque natural tidal pools is  also great fun. St Michaels beach has shark nets as well as lifeguards.

Shelly Beach is the shopping hub of the area. It boasts Shelly Centre and Hibiscus Mall. Here you will find all the large chain stores and restaurants as well as surf shops and speciality stores. Shelly Centre also has movies and a tourist information centre.

View our Things To Do page for a list of activities for your whole family to do on holiday. Explore & Visit the South Coast, there is plenty more to do on the South Coast. Beach. Shelly Beach and the neighbouring villages of St Michaels and Uvongo on the South Coast offer a wide range of self catering holiday accommodation.

Within 50 km of Shelly Beach is Oribi Gorge, which offers the longest zip-line in Africa, mountain biking, hiking, white river rafting and nature reserve.  The Wild Coast Sun is also less than 50 km away. This hotel offers golf, jet skiing, boat cruises, a water park for kids as well as a casino for the adults, all available to day visitors. Furthermore the weather on the South Coast is superb, even in winter. The sea temperature, which is influenced by the warm Mozambique current, seldom drops below 19 degrees.