Port Nolloth is a small West Coast harbour town where you can hear the voice of the sea calling to you. A walk around town, past old buildings that show the mark of the winds and the rain, leaves one tinged by melancholy. The harbour entrance is both too narrow and too shallow to be suitable for ore carriers and small-scale diamond recovery and crayfishing are the main sources of income of the people.
Adventure and Sport
Fishing and crayfishing: Even if you are only fishing for fun, you need to obtain the necessary licence. McDougall’s Bay: Enjoy boating, fishing and crayfishing at McDougall’s Bay Holiday Resort, while you stay in a seaside cottage or house or camp at one of the sites.
Seafood: If you do not have the time or the patience to catch your own, buy fresh fish and crayfish at the fish factory.