Tourist Attractions in Quigney Beach, Amatola & Stormberg, Eastern Cape

Tourist Attractions near Quigney Beach, Eastern Cape, South Africa
Monuments on Esplanade

courtesy of Kirsty Harebottle Panomario
Aquarium, East london

courtesy of Koos Jordaan Panomario
Orient Beach

courtesy of johannmor Panomario

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Things To Do in Quigney Beach
Quigney Beach Attractions
German Settlers Memorial: less than 5 km
East London Aquarium: less than 5 km
Shipwreck: less than 5 km
Lock Street Gaol Shopping Complex: less than 5 km
Orient Theatre: less than 5 km
Sa Oranjeland: less than 5 km
Buffalo Park Cricket Ground: less than 5 km
Protea Theatre: less than 5 km
Old Wool Exchange: less than 5 km
East London Tourism Office: less than 5 km
Gately House Historical Museum: less than 5 km
Fort Glamorgan: less than 5 km
East London Zoo: less than 5 km
East London Botanical Gardens: less than 5 km
East London Flee Markets: less than 5 km
Ann Bryant Art Gallery: less than 5 km
East London Golf Club: less than 5 km
East London Museum: less than 5 km
Guild Theatre: less than 5 km
Vincent Art Gallery: 5 km
Nearby Towns
Berea, East London
Bunkers Hill
Vincent Heights

Guests visit to Quigney Beach - On a recent business trip instead of staying in a centrally located East London breakfast or hotel, I chose to treat my overseas guests to a real African experience in a Quigney beach bed and breakfast /  guest house. - one of the oldest most historic suburbs of East London.
The African Dreams Bed & Breakfast in Quigney is only about 15 minutes from East London CBD, and just a short walk along the esplanade to the beach and restaurants of East london, giving us a 'holiday feel' after being in central East London during the work day.

This particular East London bed and breakfast was itself a delight, with auhentic rooms named after the 'big five', and a swimming pool in a tropical garden for that end of the day dip.  Our host Allan Whitaker made sure we were treated to 'all things African', including arranging an authentic East London township tour, ending with drinks and a traditional dinner at a shebeen, where my guests got to see the real essence of South Africa.

Quigney Beach and East London has (surprisingly) quite a lot to offer - such as The Nelson Mandela Freedom Trail tour, game drives, quad biking, abseiling, horse riding, hikes and so much more!

Who knew that East London, a relatively uncelebrated part of the Eastern Cape could keep one so busy, yet still retain a 'laid back' atmosphere that makes it so appealing. East London and its surrounding suburbs (Quigney Beach in particular), is truly is an unspoilt but modern paradise.

The African dreams Bed and Breakfast arranged to shuttle us back to the airport, but as we headed south, I wished we could just keep on going along the Garden Route, and enjoy the stunning scenery and fabulous beaches this part of the world is blessed with.

I know that an East London Guest House was the right call for our German guests, but I have no qualms about returning and finding a nice quiet beachfront self catering cottage in Quigney, for my own family.

We are all keen golfers and highly recommend the East London Golf Club - A great layout, and a good test of golf. especially when the wind is up.

Thanks To Allan and his staff......and thanks to Quigney

Sandy James