According to Patricia Storrar, page 23 of her book “Portrait of Plettenberg Bay”, ships came all the way up the Piesang River from the earliest times, even before the establishment of Plettenberg Bay, which proves that Piesang Valley area developed
Drakensberg Sun is one of the most striking country resorts in South Africa. The beauty is based on the extensive use of natural materials, polished wood and rich earthy colours. With the accent on comfort, the luxury rooms and suites
The Robberg Peninsula is situated on the western side of Plettenberg Bay. In the 15th century Robberg was first named “Cabo talhado” (Sharp Cape) by the Portuguese and in around 1750 it was named Robberg (Seal Mountain) by the Dutch.